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WAGGA WAGGA POLICE COURT. MONDAY, APRIL 20, 1869. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

WAGGA WAGGA POLICE COURT. MONDAY, APRIL 20, 1809. (Before tlio Police Magistrate.) CimiSToriiEit Duioan* was charged with ob taining monoy wider false protoncos from 0110 Richard Stringer.-Thomas Woods, con stablo, doposed that, oil the 23rd, frpm infor mation reecived. ho wrested tUo prisoner ftt Nnrandera ; told him tlio charge ; lio said ho had received 25s. from Stringor, and hud given some clothiug in lieu of it.--Richard btrincor deposed that ho was a ehopherd, travelling for tho Bogan River Company; on the 21st, saw prisoner at the Ferry Hotel, North Wage.i Wagga ; prisoner offered to give him a billot on a station down the river ; prisoner asked him to lend him £2 till tho morning, when tho bank opened, when ho would give it him back ; ho had not £2, but lent liim £1 ; went baelc to tho Ferry Hotel with prisoner, when ho said, in reply to wit* ncss'B brother, that his address was, Captain Brownrigg, Police Magistrate, Albnry ; after wards lent prisonor 5s. more; saw him the ...

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

OAVEAT VENDITOR. Joe Podgers, the farmer, he keeps a rare store Of sheep, as his neighbours can see, And oxen, and I can't tell how many more, For a woll-to-do fellow is ho. Of beef and of mutton ho never doth fail, And craftily qualified is his milk-pail; But he never paletb, he quaintly doth say, As his meat goes to London on each market day. But oh I oh ! oh! his books do show Where many a cow of his worst doth go. Bill Choppers he sits in his little back room, For a butcher discreet is he : But oft from his premises camea a queer fame, He Bays it is " only his toa." Bat thoro's a small yard just behind the loft stair, And folks say they seo some strange carcases there; But Choppers he says, and ho looks very bold, That the meat which he sells is the best ever sold. But oh ! oh ! oh ! Joe Podgers doth know Where many a calf of his worst doth go. Joe Podgers reclines in his easy chair, Without ever dreaming of htrifo: But the dead'meat inspeotor is heard to declare That the time f...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CONVICTION OF LUNT. (To the Editor of the W. W. Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

THE CONVICTION" OF LONT. (To the Editor of the IV. Ifr. Admrtiaer.) Sik,-The case of tlio Queen v. Lunt, by its extraordinary and unaccountable influence over the feelings and prejudices of certain inflated individuals, who have some shallow notion that they really can distinguish be tween " a Hawk and a Handsaw," is fated, apparently, to achieve a considerable local prominence ; rather by the absurdities it has evoked, than from any real or intrinsic merit or interest it possesses. It was, assuredly, but a very ordinary case of larceny, con ducted in a most extraordinary manner. " Behold how great a tiro a small spark kindleth ! " It is sufficiently distasteful to me that I have already been compelled to stand upon the defensive in this case, against the very "highest" and the very lowest legal authorities ; a case so transparent, and absurdly simple, that t could claim no honour by defeating the first, and felt myself decidedly humiliated by contending with the second. I had thoug...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A MID-MARINE CHANNEL RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

A MIB-MAUINB CHANNEL BJILWAY. In tho matter of crossing the Channel more than throe courses are available. The Channel may bo crossed above, by means of a bridge, upon it by steamer, and beneath by a tunnel. A fourth mode propoeed is t.hat of going neither above, upon, or below, but through tho body of water in the straits. It is actually pro posed to build a tube. Bink it partially, and rapport it in the water in such a manner as to admit of the pas sage through it of trains, on a double lino of railway. A. more daring engineering schorae was 'probably never suggested, but the designer, Mr. Purkis, has been for months past engaged in calculating the weights, strains, dimensions, pressure of every portion of tho work, and devising the means of constructing, fitting, and putting together this extraordinary work. It is proposed that tho iron tuba shall bo supported at a depth of about 50 feet below the surface by iron tresseln, the feet of which will rest upon tho bed of the straits. ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE PUBLIC SCHOOL. (To the Editor of the W. W. Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

THE PUBLIC SCHOOL. (To the Editor of the W. W. Advertiser.) Sin.,-I notice you are agitating tho question of the necessity of erecting a building on a suitable site for tlie Public School-house. You cannot uso tho influence of your journal for a better purposo. You state, and I think aomowhat im patiently, that tho striking point is want of necessary funds. This is gonerally tho point of hindoranco in all expensive undertakings. I agree with you that it would bo a stigma upon tho intelligence and wealth of this district, if for bo important a purpose an amount so trilling as is neccssary, could not bo raised. But I am of docided opinion, that if a proper and woll-diroctr.d appeal were made to tho I'ublio, thoy would in this, an they have dono in all othor matters for tho general good, contribute with Spirited liborality. I am willing to mako a boginning. As much as my means will permit, I will give. Conditionally, that four othor gentlemen can bo found, who will each givo an amount ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wagga Wagga Advertiser " This is true liberty, when freeborn men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." MILTON. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

M/rrrp Mirjjgir ^ptefiscr " Thin is tme Uhortr. when frcoborn men, Havlng-to ftilviae the public, inny speak free." Miltow. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1869. | WE aro glad to find that our remarks upon the question of the Public School have not fallen altoge ther upon stoney ground. The LOCAL BOARD, we hear, have taken steps to obtain specifications for tho erection of a large building at the rear of tho present school-house, which when received will bo forwarded for the approval of tho Council. If nothing more can be dono at present, of course wo shall be glad to see even this dono ; but it is very evident that a great deal more is required. The present building, both from situation and construction is palpably unfit for the purposes of a public school, but under the plan pro posed the present building must con tinue to bo used. It would be far bet ter to sell tho existing buildings and site, get a good site and erect a build ing worthy of its object and of the town. It is of course, much...

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

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Z DAY. Saturday .Sunday Monday .. Tuesday .. Wednesday Thursday.. Friday MONTH. April 24 Moon's Pjiass Full Moon, 20th, 4'2G a.m.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE LEVELS MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE LEVELS MAIL. WE have to congratulate our back-country friends that the long anil liard-fought battle for mail communication with their part of the world, is at last all but won. The Gazette of Friday last calls for tenders for a mail-line between Cootamundry and Narandera, as originally proposed in the first issue of this journal, and since repeatedly urged upon the attention of the authorities. It is to be re gretted that some difference of opinion as to the exact route to be followed, should have been allowed to delay tho carrying out of that suggestion ; but better late than never, and the greater the obstacles in the way, the greater the credit to those gentlemen, who have exerted themselves so strenuously, and so successfully, to overcome them. It will be seen from the following letter addressed from Poofc Offipn I Vjinrfmnnf; f.o t.hn Memorialists, through Mr. Fitzliardingo, that a hope is hold out of the extension of the line to Jerelderie : "Messrs; E...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Herald Office, April 24. THE RANDWICK RACE MEETING. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Herald Office, April 24. THE RAND WICK RACE MEETING. FIRST DAY. TRIAL STAKES.-Darkio, 1; Grey Mo mus, 2. CHAMPAGNE STAKES.-Lamplighter 1 j Fop 2 ; Charon 3. ST. LEOER.- Coquette, 1; Earl, 2; Avalanche, 3. PUBLICAN'S STAKES.-Warrior, 1 j Sir William, 2. DONCASTER HANDICAP.-Falcon, 1; Tippler, 2. ' Tuesday, 9 p.m. Wellington papers report;, that To Kooti had captured the Mohaka re doubt, promised quarter, and on obtain ing possession of tho prisoners, but chered twenty-seven. Mr; Lavin, Police Magistrate, his wife, and children were found mur dered. Prince Alfred landed at Wellington on tho 12th, and was wellreceived. The Catholic Conference at Mel bourne has closed. ? A public breakfast was given to the Bishops to-day. The Tasmanian cable has been re covered. Walter Renny has been- elected Mayor of Sydney. The opening of tho Goulburn railway is postponed until the 27th May.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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FAEM LABOUR PARTNERSHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

FAEM LABOUR PARTNERSHIPS. A German, ?writing to the Spectator, gives an interest ing account of a co operative experiment in agriculture made in the North of Gormany. Tiia originator of the scheme was Heinrich von Thlinea, owner of an estato in Mecklenburg, which he farmed himself. After 19 years, he concluded that the "only salvation of the labouring class," which it might claim with full right, was the sharing of profits between capital and labour, and took measures to carry this theory into practice. Yet lest this might oxcite labourers on the neighbouring estates, it was not until 1848, when the working men in Mecklenburg generally got concessions from their em ployers, that the first share of profits was paid to his labourers. The contents of tho charter (so to speak) which he than gave to his workmen are as follow: The labourers are to have a share in the recoipts from the sale of all sorts of corn aud of potatoes, oil seeds, clover and grass seeds, of wcod from the forest, da...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

3Bpitume A SHIP ON FIRE.- On Good Friday tin schooner Arcadian, at anchor off St. Michael's Mount, was discovered to be on fire. By dint' of great oxer tions the fire was got under. A TREAT TO THE POOR.-At a penny rea-Iin; In South London Mr. John Heaton gave as a recitation " Paul's Spcoch before Agrippa " in tho original Grook. THE ATLANTIC) OCEAN liaa an area of 25,000,000 square miles. An inch of rain falling upon ono flfth of thia huge area would weigh 360,000,0 U0 tons. ARTHUR MURSELL'S new lecture 13 entitled " Speotacles, Walking Stloka, Crutches, and Wooden Legs for Sale." THE venerable ruin of: St. Pancras, Canterbury, the traditional scene of tho first celebration of Christian worship in England, is now garrisoned by swine, a moss of reeking filth. THE CITY COMMISSIONERS OF SEWERS have ordered the demolition of several houses in Sun-court. Golden-lane, under the provisions of tho Artisans and Labourers' Owellinga Act, as " unfit for habitation." A XiORD (Lord Radstoek) an...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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Foreign Intelligence. AN ANGEL EXECUTIONER. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

T "? ' jFerriflit intelligent?. AN ANQEL EXECUTIONER. ; The good people of Lyons have been greatly scanda lised by the disoovery of tho atrocious system of punish ments practised in a convent in that city, where girls of the lower classes are brought up and trained to learn some trado, chiefly millinery. Their bringing up ia gratuitous, and tho only prcfit the convent reaps is fron. . the sale of tho work of the girls during their apprentice ship. A w^man belonging to tho poorer classes, oc going to the couvent to see her daughter, a child of tender year?, found her looking very ill, and in evident terror. On being questioned, the child burst into tears, and exclaimed, " Oh, take mo away, tako mo away ; I'm frightened." The nuns here interposed, but tho mother having a will of her own, took the child away, and oc f getting her homo found that she had been beaten bJac'r and blue, her poor littlo body being a heap of bruises. The story spread like wildfiro. Another woman, who had a ch...

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

FOUND AT LAST. A poor woman named Welsh, who kept a stall In Liverpool market seven years since, lost her little girl, two years old, under circumatanc«s which left no doubt in her mind that a beggar woman named Margaret Smith,, to whom she had given a piece of bread, had stolen It The poor woman gave up her stall, and adopted tho calling of a hawker, in thu hope that incessantly wander ing about tho country, she might hear of and regain her child. She often heard of the woman Smith, who wa8 well known under tho sobriquet of " Liverpool Peg," but never met her till Saturday last, when she encoun tered her in a beerhouse, and immediately gave her into custody. In the meantime the child, now nine years of' age, bad undergone some remarkable experiences. la June, 1867, she was apprehended in .Manchester for stealing a bottle of scent, and was sent to the Ard wick Reformatory. There she was visited by tho woman Smith, who claimed to be her mother, and who was sometimes allowed to take h...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CURIOUS BIBLICAL FACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

0UMI0JI8 BIBLICAL FA0T8. Some devoted Bibllola has been making an analysis of the Old and New Testaments. There are soma results brought out wltioh everybody ought to knowj but othora which fuw persons Bitty have taken tho trouble to ascortaln. Tlmt thuio uro 80 books and 929 chapters in the Old, aud 27 liooka ami 2U0 chapters in the Now Testament no one will bo required to be told, ^ But pursuing the analyses wo llnd th«ro are 23,214 vsrsefy 502,439 would, and 2,728,100 letter* in tho former ; und iu the latter 7,954 verses, 181,268 wordu, and 838,380 letters, exclusive of the A poor y pha, svhloh has 183 chapters, 0,081 verses, and 162, 85 words. Thfl amtlyet also moutiona tbe foliofacta: That thO_^ middle chapter and the least in the Bible in Psalm 117. The middle vortso is tbe 8th of l'f-alin 118. The word " and " ocoura in the Old Teatum-nt 35,643 times. Tba sumo in the Now Testament 10,084 tiiue». I'lm middle book of the Old Testament la Proverbs. Tbe middle olnptur In Job 29t...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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TEE VOICE OF THE BELL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

TEE VOIOE OF THE BELL. I Bat by my open -window, And watched tho lights on the alroam, Flickering, flouting, floating, Like fancies in a dream, And heard Big Ben from his belfry Lift up his voice sublimo, And peal o'or the mighty city . .; His Borrowful midnight chime. And I thought a.i the tones wore carried ?r ' On the wild wind-cunonts down Over the sleeping, waking, weeping, , Revelling, murderous town, That Ben to my ear confided The moaning of hia song, - L "With all its pity, aU its warning, ; And all its hato of wrong. Perchance nono listoned but I, ., r. As ho spoke to tho thoughtless crowd, Telling it things to exalt tho lowly, And lower the pride of the proud: ' Telling it things of Life and Death, With a boom that seemed to pray, . ; ?" And minglo a curso with a bonodiction, In its dirge for tho dying day. " Ono !"-and the sound rang load and clear "May Heaven her sin forgivo hor I She hath gono !" he saith, "gone to her death ' In tho hush of tho rolling river. She hath...

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

MYSTERIOUS WESENTIMENT. The folio wing is given publicity to by the Dowager Lady LytteltoiL, Ua^ley-hali:-" Admiral Sir Ttiomaa Williams, a straig'utlorwaid and excellent man, foumler of the Royal Naval Female School for the education of u.tval olliceia' dauulitors, was iu command of a ship crossing the Atlantic Ocean. His course brought him within niglit, of this Island of Ascension, at that time un inhabited, and never visited by any ship except for tha purpose of collecting turtles, wniuh abound on the coast. The island w;A barely described on tho Horizon, and was not to bo noticed at all; but its Sir Thomas looked at it, lio was seized by au unaccountable desire to steer towards it. do felt how strange such a wish would appear to his crew, and tritd to disregard it-but in vain. Hig desire becaino more and more urgent aud distiessing, and loreaeeing that it soon would be more dillicu'»<5fl gratify it, he told his lieutenant to prepare to - fat nbout ship,' and steer fo...

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

GAMP ANALOGIC CURIOSITY. People interested in Stepney youth?, and their mar vellous "tripio bob-majors" and othiT boll harmonies, may bo interested in learning that the peal of bells belonging to St. Michael's Church, Coventry, is one of the finest in the kingdom ; and the body of ringers who manipulate these bells are excollcd by none for tlio taste and skill with which they bring out the musical quali ties of this noble peal, especially when engaged in "chango ringing." Tlio weight of this paal is 6 tons 18 cwt. 2 qra. 11 lbs. Tlio number of ohaKjcs which can bo rung on ten bolls is 3,628,800. l&a/O; bell has on it a quaint inscription, as follows: 1st-Although X am both light and small, I will be heard abovo you all. 2nd-If you have a judicious ear, You'll own my voicc to bo sweat and clear, 3rd-Such wond'roas power to music's given, It elevates the soul to heaven. ° 4th-"While thus wo join in cheerful Bound, - May lovo and loyalty abound. 5th-To honour both of God and ki...

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

A LOATHSOME LUXURY. Through the kindness of a concspoiident well known iu botanical circles, we buve hitd an opportunity of examining a remarkable specimen of meat-a portiojLsS a '. Wi'St.pliaJiau ham"-sold in London for 16s., -icfio. article of food. ' The slice is about one inch square and one-third of an inch in thickness, weighing considerably less than half an ounce. It could ref.dily be swallowed as a single mouthful. From its odour and appetuanccfe wo should say that the only " smoking" it has under gone ia such as would bo imparted by a few hou'sg? immersion in a solution of creosote. At all events, ts&.. muscular fibres have a glistening, fres-li, carneous \ocWr ^ their transparency strongly contrasting witn thinly Mattered fat masses, with tendinous and aponeurotic libres, and more especially with a number of ..?mull cysts, most of which lay beneath the cut surface. These cysts, of which wo have removed no less than 20 without breaking op the slice, contain each of...

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Miscellaneous Extracts [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

Jtettllaneous. ^Extracts How TO ECONOMISE LABOUR. - A Frencli engineer, M. H. Cnzal, has invonted a little electtiu motor for tho s jwing machine. A pile atuck in a corner, or concealed in a footstool, supplies the motive forco re quired. Four Bunaen's elementB, for instance, suffice to put the motor in action. Now each ono of these con sumes about the fifth of a pennyworth of zino per hour. -All the Tear Bound. A WAR BALLOON ON THE MARCH.-Tho car with the guy-ropos coiled away in it, was placed on a wagon, which carried also an awning to covor tho balloon at night, grapnels wherewith to anchor it, tools, spare ropes, and so forth. The balloon floated over tho line of march at a sufficient hoight to permit of the passage of cavalry and artillery along the road beneath it; it was guided and stayed by twenty balloonors, who marchid in Indian file on either side of the road, each man haviug a raaniug tackle mido fast to the balloon, of which tho end was coiled round his waist. This bal...

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SNATCHED FROM TEE WAVES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

I . SNATCHED FROM TEE WAVES. Ju6t after the wreck at Dover on Easter Day, the beach was lined with riflemen snatching from tho surf mementoes of tho wreck with amnz'Eg heedlessness. Four young voluuteors were taken off their legs in suc cession by tho waves, and narrowly escaped boing sucked into tho sea. And each freak provoked fresh laughter. At last a middle-aged volunteer felt his way down tho slope, and was thrown d wn; but, unliko tho rest, unable to recover himself. Ho slipped and slipped until ho was immersed to hia arm pits, with a larger wave than usual tossing the floating wreck behind. It camo fully upon him, and bore him up to his starting place, only to draw him back again, onco, twice, thrice. The spectators were horror-stricken. A couplo of sailors and somo volunteers rushed as near as they durst; one threw out a plank, another bade him grasp a boat - hook, another ventured in water knee-deep to clutch him. Each time, how ever, ho slipped from tho friendly aid, each ...

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