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HAY. MR. JAMES FORSYTH'S REPORT:— [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 24 April 1869

HAY. MB. JAMES FORSYTH'S REPORT : I HAVE still very few local transactions to report. The recent rain and consequent prospect of abundant grass aucl water has somewhat exaggerated flockowners' ideas of the value of store sheep. There is an active demand, but holders advance their limits in a way to deter buyers from oper ating. I have many friends anxious to buy sheep for fattening, but who will not pay boiling down price for poor sheep. Although fat stock realise good prices in the Victorian marketsjjnow, aud the present rates may be maintained, or even advance, for a month or two, there will l>e a glut of fat sheep, and a serious fall in prices before shearing. The depression in the London wool market, notified by the mail just arrived, indicative of the further decline in price to bo approhended during the May sales, will tend to keep down the value of sheep, except the very finest breeds, and I believe many holders will yet regret having refused a fair price for their surplus...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A MURDERER'S MARTYRDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

A MURDERER'S MARTYRDOM. Recently a coolie, named Asun, was punished by his master, Mr. Veia, a rich planter of Peru. The coolie vowed vengeance, and a few hours after, armed with a hatchet, murdered the entire family of Vera, consisting of eight person?, among whom was a child only three months old. The ascassin escaped to the rice fields ; but was finally captured 3fter a slout resistance. During the night he was lodged in the barracks. In the ovenirig almost the entire population appeared before them, and disarming the troops, took the murderer from his cell. A laige fire had been lit in the public square, and thither the mob carried their victim. He, despite wounds and weakness, made a desperate resistance. Arrived at the square, they covered the Chinaman with turpentine and kerosene and hurled him into the blaze. He,-with superhuman strength, leaped from the pile, and broke through the crowd, towards a rivulet near, into which he plunged to extinguish the flames, which covered h...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOLY WEEK IN SEVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

HOLY WEEK IN SEVILLE. Two large platforms, covered with velvet embroidered with gold, and supporting wooden images of life-size, representing our Lord praying in the garden, with his crucifixion, were carried on the shoulders of twenty or thirty men, hid from view by trappings, about the town, headed by priests burning incense and bands playing sacred marches purposely out of tune, in order to add to the dolefulness of the ceremony. Bach evening the performance of the passion, concluding with the " Besurrection," written ex pressly for the occasion by . the company's second comic actor, who takes the part of St. Peter, was given in the theatre. The curtain drew np, and you saw four Soman soldiers with a centurion keeping guard over the sepulchre, and grumbling at their duty of having to watch over a corpse. Suddenly the rumbling sound of thunder was heard ; the soldiers became frightened, and throwing themselves on their knees invoked Jupiter; but the din increased, the tomb opened,...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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A RAPACIOUS HEADER. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

A RAPACIOUS HEADER. A Parisian railway clerk as he goes to Ms worn endeavours to improve his mind by the perusal of the daily papers. So far, so good ; but many are insatiable readerB, whilst their salary does not allow them to pur chase the whole of the periodical press every morning. One, however, not to be bailled or foiled in his ardour for political information by a simple application of science to petty larceny, obtained the coveted journals. He watched the boxes for the reception of letters and newspapers at privats house.1', ai;d when unobserved produces-shade of Euclid !-a pair of compassos sharp at the points, with which he "stuck" his paper, and a dexterous turn of the wrist did the rest. In an evil hour ho attempted the letter-box of a house in the Rue de Mouceaux, in the presence of a gendarme who failed to appreciate his thirst for knowledge, and rudely inarched him off to the nearest commissary of police, let us trust that lie will have at least the .melancholy satisf...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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DEATH IN THIS SACRAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

DEATH IN THIS SACRAMENT. "While the Ritualists are disputitig about the exact meaning that should be attached to the words " Real Presence" when applied to tht> Eucharist, a curious and painful incident has occurred iu Hungary which recalls a famous controversy 011 iho same dread theme. In the act of celebrating mass, the prior of ft convent held out the sacramental chalice, in order tliAt the attendant might mix water with the wine. Either from accident or design, the attendant , poured in, not water, but sul phuric acid, and, having drunk the deadly mixture, tho priest was at once scorched bej ond the hojia of recovery, and was buried a fewdays afterwards. Tho occurrence irre sistibly calls to mind an old question which used to perplex theologians and scandalise the Church, If, it was a>ked, the elements were poisoned, would there stillbe a Real Pre sence in the bread and wine ? Irreverent and peaatitic as it now seems, the question once occasioned many a hot debate; and, ce...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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GRATEFUL FOR PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

GRATEFUL FOB PROTECTION. At the Worship-Bt.rcet Police-court ou Tuesday u trades mail named Mordoy, Haoknoy-ioad, was churned with a . police assault. Dariug tho previous ni*lu u M-r^emt uuri a conntablo found lias d<.IVmlaut'a door p n tiully open, and entered tho houso to rousa tha iumutoi nud flesruh fur thiaves. Mordoy rushed downstairs, and accused them of breaUiug open his holme. Ho refused Vo accept thiir explanation, but struck tho sergeant lull iu tho face with his left arm, tho hand ot winch had boon amputated, lour houvy blows, bluokt-niug his eyes, laying op.u his note, and covering his uo.to with 'llootl. ll« wus then M-izud by tho constable, and a violent struggle took place. Eventually he was got to tho station by tho curnhiuoii ell'orts of sir conxmb'O'i. Tlui pni'onei- said that ou tinea occasions the pulwo had forced optn his door and wulte him up, aud when thoy cuuie the last time, after ho had placed a prop agaiust tho door, and ho was oompellrd to lea...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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A CITY SWEPT AWAY BY A FLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

A CITY SWEPT AW AY BY A FLOOD. ' The 'Mexican city, Alamos, Sonora, has been de- i . atroyed by a flood. On tho 15th December wind and v; ? rain, storm set in, lasting until the 18th. It seemed as if the very flood-gates of heaven had opened, and that a .' lecond deluge was upon tha world. Tiie wind, too, roared with dreadful lory. The storm lasted till lata on v the evening of the 18th. The Alamos rivtr was swollen . to a great height, and carried everything before it. Stores ' ': and buildings were swept away like so many straws, and whole blocks thrown down like so many rotten trees. ' Houses were unroofed and blown to shatters ; tiles were scattered through the air like chaff; and strong trei s 1 uprooted as if they had been cornstalks. About th- . ' only buildings saved worthy of mention are the M M. tj . the church, and the old state college. These stood uu high grounds, and this advantage, with their solidity, j .aved them. Sixty dead bodies have been picked up. | ? Many of t...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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THE QUEEN OF TIGER BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

THE Qu£MJN OF TlbiJux.i BA.Y, Tiger Bay and Bluegato Fields, though to outward Beeming clean and respectable enough, are, neverthe less, the haunts of inveterate criminals. The Queen, or Chieftainess, of this abominable locality is known in the neighbourhood by the sobriquet of " Cast-iron Poll." In her way she is a celebrity, having been convicted, as was proved at hor last trial, no less than fifty-thres limes. Of course these varied in duration; yet from the time that this iufumous woman was IB-and hrlie is now near 50-she has seldom boen much more than a month at a time out of prison. The police of the district almost dread the release of this woman, so much trouble does she give them. She has got so accustomed to, and appa rently enamoured of, the gaol life, that sho will literally do anything after a short " spree " at the East-end of London to got back to it. She will go to uu East-end police station and insist on being locked up ; but, of course, as there is no charge agains...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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HOAXING HIS HOLINESS. WHAT THE POPE DID WITH A VALENTINE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

HOAXING HIS HOLINESS. WHAT THE POPE DID WITH A VALENTINE. Six yeung ladles in an English boarding school-two j of them hailing from tho north-purchased a very pretty i Valentino in Feburary, which they sent directed to j " His Holiness the Pope, Rome." Accompanying tho I valentine was a 1st tor, signed by all tho yonng ladies, I stating that tlioy had seen his holiness'a condemnation | of chignons and long dresses, and had been so impressed j tiy it that they had given up both. The young ladies waited patiently, and in duo tirno received a letter from Cardinal Antonelli acknowledging laceipt of valontiuo and epistle, which had afforded his holiness much gratification. Tho letter was in French. Tho young ladies werodelightedtoget an epistlo from such an exalted j prelnte. Howevor, another post brought back their ; valentine, with the Pope's blessing beautifully wiitten upon it in Italian. His Holiness had not been accus tomed to sucli souvenirs, and thought it would bo doubly , valua...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DIRECTORS FROM THE KITCHEN. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

DIBB0T0E8 FROM TUB KITOEBN. At tho Edmonton Petty Sessiona, John Eudeau was summoned fur unlawfully detaining one book and a quantity of stationery, the property of the National and Provincial Union Assurance and Loan Society limited), carrying on business at No. i, Chatham-pi ice, Black friars. The defendant was eniplojed as one of Ha amenta, but ho failed to return a collecting bunk and iilationery, consisting of forma, &c. The company was one with a capital of £100,0l)0, in 10U,000 shires ol ill each, and in cross-examination singular revelations were made. The two first directors in the piiuted prof pectus were Henry Broomham, of 116, Eaton-tquare, and Walter Taylor, of 65, Eaton-square; but it appeared that these "gentlemen" were not the tenauts of the houses in that fashionable-square, but simply the butlers to the occupiers, whilst othor directors were liveried servants, and the manager, described in tho prospectus as " David Kiddie, Eaq., 05, Winchester-street, Piuil...

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A RACE FOR A LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

A ItAUMi M UK JL LIFE. Pondicherry is one of the few relics of that old French it.ilui.-nce in India, which ence struggled, on tolerably equal terms, with our own. There is still a garrison 1here. Months ago a young corporal of French sepoys, Thouvenin by n«.me, blew up a powder maga zine. The penalty, not altogether unreasonable, would have been death, but there was no tiibunal at- Pondi cherry competent to pronounce such a sentence. The criminal, accordingly, had to ho sent as far as the island of Reunion to be tried, convicted, and condemned. After a long voyage he arrived, and the courts of jus tice duly performed their functions. It seemed rather hard to bring a young man such a distance only to tell him legally that ho must die; and there wa< really an outburst of sympathy with him when it became known that the law required him to be carried back, and executed where tip crime had been committed. Nevertheless, he was taken oil board a war ship, the Scmmje, and commen...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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MORE EASY THAN TO STARVE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

MORE BABY THAN TO STARVE. Hannah Lee, 37, needle vumim, of Hampton-Street, Harrow-road, was charged at Marylobone wii.li attempted suicide, and attempting to deprive her child, Albert Lea, aged live years and a half, of its lift., by poison. The prisoner wept bitteily, and her Eon Mood by her side. Her husband, who wan a postman, died five) ears ago, and she had ever since suffered much privation through inability to obtain constant v;oik. That moining the child cried for food, and she had none to give it. Having the poison she gave it some and took the rest herself. She had bought the huxUmim in small quantities at a time, and had keep it by her for over two mouths. She had struggled very hard for employment, but could not succeed. There was not a particle of foi-d or fire in the place. The landlady deposed that prisoner, on coining to herself, said it was hard to starve and to see her dear child asking for bread. She told prisoner she ought to have let her know her state. Mr. D'Ej...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SUNKEN TREASURE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

A SUNKEN TREASURE. . . On tie 7th October, lt'Jy, her majesty s BMp lmtine, "freighted with an enormous amount of specie, foundered off the sand banks on the coast of Holland, and the greater bulk still lies there buried with bat nine fathoms ;of water over it. The Lutine had on board £1,500,000 subsidiary money for the English troops then serving under the Prince of Holland, assignments of specie for bullion dealers and bankers at' Hamburg, and also the Crown jewels af Holland, tent to this country by the Prince of Orange to be reset and polished, by Messrs. Rundell and Bridges. Tbey had been placed in a strong iron case, hermetically sealed, and wore shipped on board the Lutine at Lowestoft. Of her loss little is known beyond the fact that in making for the Zuyder Zee,' she encountered a fearful storm, and was driven on a sandbank between Tevschelling and Vieland, and subsequently foundered, all her officers and crew, except one man, perishing. The survivor was picked up floating ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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Law and Police Courts. LONDON. MRS. BORRODAILE AGAIN. THE ENAMELLED WIDOW AND HER "MAN OF BUSINESS." [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

Eato ant! police ©ourtss. LONDON. MBS. BOnUODAILTQ AGAIN. THE ENAMELLED WIDOW AND HEIi "MAN OP BUSINESS." An action was brought on Monday by a Mias Sutton, ?who described herself aa a literary aud a monetary agent and an accountant, again,it Mrs. Borrodaile, to recover XI60 18s., for services rendered in tlie prosecu tion which resulted in Madamo Rachel being sentenced to five yoars' penal servitude. Tho defendant pleaded never indebted. Miss Sutton, who at one time had been tho proprietress of a weekly newspaper, and also editress of tho EnylishioomuiCs Re.vicw, found herself in Whitecross-street Prison towards tho close of 1800. Airs. Borrodaile Imppene 1 also to bo an inmate, at tho suit of a Mr. Baure lor £120 worth of lace sup plied. Mrs. Borrodaile unfolded complications with Madame Rachel, quickly perceiving how invalufchle Mias Sutton would be in her necessities. At lirsfc Miss Sat ton's services were gratuitous, but alio, ere long, sng ge->ted that she could only work fo...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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Retrospect of the Month. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

y JJjetepd; flf % glxintlj. c WE have little matter of pressing import disquietiiu tho public mind just now. With an access of spin.i; orders from abroad, and tho subsidence of wiutor misery at homo, trade is_ looking up, and the, social prospect of the' year is materially brightouing. A beneficent foretaste of summer baa done much to help, anil the budget of Mr. Lowe-who, singularly otiough, appears to be thought little of by such Australian authorities as we have met over hero-has sot at rest divers anticipa tions that heavy burdens would be thrown upon the public owing to the Abyssinian war. For, b> econo mising in a quarter where economy was sorely needed tho Government offices-Mr, Lowe has contrivod to perfect a scheme for r.bolishing tin; duty on fire insurances, corn imputations, and to reduce tho income tax Id. in tho pound ; whilst further economies in tho war department have coveted a little bill of .£1,000,000 yot remaining for King Theodore's subjugation. But the inco...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. MESSRS NORMAN R. MACLEOD AND CO.'S REPORT:— [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. MESSRS NORMAN R. MACLEOD AND CO.'S REPORT : FAT CATTLE.-587 were yarded yesterday for the week's supply, and tlie quality generally was excellent, with a fair pro portion of prime, and only afew very inferior. The attendance was large, country buyers especially being numerous, and sales were brisk to the close, prices recovering the slight depression of last week,Sand far pens of prime quality a further advance of from 10s to 15s a head was obtained. Quota tions-Prime pens bullocks, lli 10s to 15J-; second, 91 10s to lli ; medium quality, H to 8/ 10s ; inferior, from 51. FAT SHEEP.-13.23!) came to hand this week. A large proportion were in little better than store condition, and the balance con sisted principally of useful mutton ; the only really good lot was a draft of cross -breds from the rim of Mr. It. Edols, near Belfast, which topped the market, the wethers at 22s all round, and ewes at 14s 9d. There was a fair attendance of the trade, and a number...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

AD VERTISEMEXTS. Caution. TJERSONS TRAVELLING WITH JL STOCK tiro cautioned against coming on to JUNEE STATION from Eurongilly or the River, tho only roads open being along the telegraph lines. Any stock trespassing after this notice will bo impounded. GWYNNE & HAMMOND. Junec, 19tli April, 1SG9. JB5 Reward. LOST, on the road from Yasa to the Merool Creek, THREE HUNDRED SHEEP, branded CS, also T. The above reward will bo paid' to anyono picking up thoao sheep, on communication»with A. W. Rom mington Esq., Yass ; or GEO. FORSYTH & CO., Stock and Station Agents, Wagga Wagga. Wagga W.igga, 13th April, 1869. MURRUMBIDGEE TURF CLUB. MARES' PRODUCE STAKES KMC 1871. MURRUMBIDGEE TURF CLUB MARES' PRODUCE STAKES, of 40 so vs., with a sweep of 5 so vs. cach added. Nominations^ enclosing 1 sov., for this race to be in the hands of tho Secretary on or before the 1st May, 18G9. A further pay ment of 1 sov., and tho description of foal to bo in the hands of the Secretary on or bofor...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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WOOL CIRCULARS. [EDENBOROUGH AND CO.] [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

WOOL CIRCULARS. TEDENBOROUGU AND CO.] THE first series of Colonial wool sales for 1809 opened this evening with a very good , attendance, both of home and foreign buyers, but biddings were only moderately active, ' and prices, as a rule, ahew.ld decline, except;, for Eastern Province Cape wools, which, are about the same as in November. The bulk of the Port Phillip wool was very burry and ? faulty, and the washed fleece very wasty, and sucli lots are in many instances fully Id, and oven ia some cases ljd per lb. lower ; good parcels, however, do not shew so much ' decline. Adelaide grease wools are in different as to condition, and shew a full Id fall. The arrivals up to date arc Australian, 12,573 bales; Port Phillip, 49,283; Tas manian, 388 ; Adelaide, 28,573 ; Swan River, 797; New Zealand, 1591; Cope, 23,837 total, 117,340 bales. Making, with parcels - held over from last year, about 130,009 bales to bo offered at this series. (BUXTON AND HUNTER.] The first series of colonial woo...

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HOW TO MAKE SHEEP PROFITABLE IN 1869. (From the Sydney Mail.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

HOW TO MAKE SHEEP PROFITABLE IN 1869. (From the Sydney Mail.) I SHALL now point out how sbeep'might Btill be made profitable; but as the same .mode of management is not applicable to sheep depastured in the low-lying myall countries as that required by sheep running- in free-stone, cool, high, thickly-grassed parts, I shall divide my subject into two parts, viz. : -1st. Management necessary for " Myall country ; " 2nd. Management necessary for " Mountain country." As most of the sheep in Australia are now running (or were running before this terrible drought began) in the myall country, and moreover, as most of the inferior wool that went to England' for years past came from there, I shall begin with No. 1 (myall country) ; and, I flatter myself, if my plan is adopted, there will be little or no bad wool: go to England next year, and' the profit of such wool will be enhanced 100 per cent, next year. To attain this desirable end the fol lowing ten rules must be adopted': 1.-Cull all ...

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ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS DESPATCH FROM WAGGA WAGGA: [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

I ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS | DESPATCH FROM WAGC1A WAG OA To Tarcutt.i, Sydney and Melbourne.-Every day, at 1 p.m., Friday excepted. To Urana amlDcuiliquin.-Sunday, Wednes day, Thursday, and Saturday, at 1.30 p.m. To Narandara and Hay,-Sunday and Wednesday, at 2 p.m. To Junee and Mumunburrali.-Monday,; Wednesday ami Friday, at .5.30 a.m. ARBIVK AT WAGGA WA'GOA : From Tarcutta.-Every day at 12.30 p.m.,. Tuesday excepted. Urana and Deniliquin.-Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 11.30 a.m. Narandera and Hay.-Sunday and Wednes day, S a.m. Junee and Murrumburrah.-Monday; Wed nesday and Saturday, 6.30 p.m. Letters intended for Junee, must be posted before half-past 9 en the evening preceding the departure of the mail, aiid for all other places half-an-liour previous to the specified time of departure. On Sundays, the Post Office is opened for mail-delivery between 2 and 3 p.m. ?

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