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THE NEW ZEALAND WAR. THE MASSACRE OF MR. AND MRS. LAVIN AND FAMILY. MOHAKA SETTLEMENT DESTROYED BY THE HAU-HAUS. (From the Wellington Evening Post, April 11.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 5 May 1869
THE NEW ZEALAND WAR. THE MASSACRE OF MR. AND MRS. LAVIN AND FAMILY.- MOHAKA SETTLEMENT DESTROYED BY THE HAU-HAUS. (From the Wellington Evening Post, April 11.) TELEGRAMS received from Napier to-day by Mr. Donald M'Lean stato that Mohaka lias been surprised by tho Hau-liaus. Soino Bottlers are supposed to be killed, and four teen kegs of ammunition captured. This is the first attack on a settlement within the province of Hawko's Bay. Mohaka is ouly forty miles from Napier. Tho settlers of Waikaro and Arapawauui are fast coming into Napier. Herowori arrived from Monaka in a boat. Ho saw thirty or forty Maorics marching, four deep, down to Kerpu's pa, with a llag flying. Thcro were fourteen casks of ammunition in tho pa. He after wards saw smoke at the pa and at Pearco's house. The Hau-haus wero supposed to be Jiving in Hudson's house. Hudson and Stark wero fired on near tho residence of the lattor. M'Kinnon and Stark have arrived with tho men from tho Wairoa oxpeditiou.
MESSRS. GOLDSBROUGH BURT, AND Co'S. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 5 May 1869
MESSRS. GOLDSBKOUOH BURT, AND CO'S. 1'EPORT. FAT CATTLE.-Supply barely up to the de demand. Prices a shade firmer on "best quality. We quote best beef, 25s per 100 I03 ; second ditto, 17s 6d. We sold a small lot at quotations. Tat SHEEP.-The market very much over done with inferior sheep, for .which sales are difficult to effect. Prime quality are scarce, and from this out we look for better prices, and advise our constituents not to - - ^Iucff't*fi!s wecfk Glebe Island. We quote best wedders, 52 lbs, from 9s 6d to 10s. We sold, for Mr. Badham, a small lot of wedders at 8s 6d ; .ditto for Mr. Cromptta, 8s. STOUE STOCK.-Our previous remarks apply. April 25, 18G9.
THE LATE CASE OF SUDDEN DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 5 May 1869
THE LATE CASE OF SUDDEN DEATH. THE following "explanation" in reply to our article on the late case of sudden death, appeared in the last issue of the Express : To THE SUBSCRIBERS AND COMMITTEE OF THE WAGGA WAGGA HOSPITAL. Gentlemen,-Many of you, without doubt, will have noticed in the WAOOA WAOOA ADVERTISED of Wednesday last, the very malicious and untruthful manner in which I have been, attacked in reference to my medical treatment of the late Wm. S. Jack son, whilst an inmate of the Wagga Wagga Hospital. I am there freely charged with having continuously treated the patient for one disease whilst he was really suffering from another, and with having committed in the case nothing less than " medical murder." Had theso charges been made against me 8imply as a private professional man, I cer tainly Bhould never have replied to thorn . through the columns of a newspaper, but as in my official capacity as your medical officer my professional skill has been calle-l in question, I conce...
MUDGEE. MESSRS. CROSSING AND COX'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 5 May 1869
MUDGEE. ; MESSRS. CROSSING AND COX'S REPORT. PAT CATTLE.-The number brought forward for the week has been considerably within the requirements of the trade. The demand having been unusually brisk, consequently high prices ruled, and taking quality and , weight into consideration, sales have shown a considerable advance upon late quotations. We sold 40 head 82s to 128s; 41 head from 101s to 146s. FAT SHEEP.--The demand is good for good quality, whilst for inferior, sales are diffi cult'to effect, unless at store prices. We sold 265 at 4s lOd ; 636 from 7s 5dto 7s 7d. IN STORES we have no change to report, the demand only being for stock suitable for fattening. r April 27, 1869.
THE CASE OF THE LATE MR. JACKSON. (To the Editor of the W. W. Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 5 May 1869
THE CASE OP THE LATE MR. JACKSON". (To the Editor of the Ifr. }V. Advertiser.) Sin, - Controversies between professional men are invariably unpleasant, but when carried on through the medium of a news paper, and when tho judgment and opinion of lay readers are appoaled to, they are not merely unpleasant, but extromoly unsatis factory. However averse, in general, ono may feel to enter on such controversies, there are tiinos, occasionally, which rondor it imperative on ono to do. so either on broad public grounds, or tho purely selfish oni of defending one's own reputation. In tho Exprest of last Saturday, there appeared a somewhat lengthy letter relative to the Budden death' of tho lato William Jackson, signed by Dr. Robinson. As my 1111110 has been rather prominently brought before tho public with refcrcnco to this matter, both in this lettor and in a paragraph which appeared in your issue of the 28th instant, I think it necessary that t should stato tho circum stances of this ease ...
MELBOURNE. THE LONDON AND AUSTRALIAN AGENCY CORPORATION (LIMITED) REPORT: [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 5 May 1869
MELBOURNE. I . THE. LONDON AND AUSTRALIAN AGENCY CORPORATION (LIMITED) REPORT : WOOL.-No business of importance Las been done through the past week, as the amount of wool coming to hand is limited. What . few sales have been made prove prices firm at the rates quoted in our last. , HIDES.-The demand continues good, and -we ' experience no difficulty in placing all coming in at full rates. TALLOW.-A limited supply, and vrithout much prospect of improvement, has caused ' prices to advance. We now quote mutton at £37 per ton, and for beef and mixed, £35 10s per ton. SHEEPSKINS.-The trade continue to pay good prices for all offered. We quote our sales from 2d to 6d per lb.
LIGHT WEIGHTS. (To the Editor of the W. W. Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 5 May 1869
LIGHT WEIGHTS. I (To the Editor of the IF". IF. Advertiser.) SIR,-I have just weighed two two-pound loaves, bought at a neighbouring baker's shop. They weighed respectively, one pound twelve ounces, and one pound five ounces. I should have used them as I have used many others, without giving a thought to the weight; but the letter in your last issue, hesded "Light Weights" sent mo to the scale, and the abovo is tlio result. I do not wish my name to appear, but I have no doubt that you can make some use of the informa tion, to enable us to got rid of this crying iniquity. Your.3, &c., HOUSEKEEPER. Wagga Wagga, May 4, 1859.
DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 5 May 1869
DAMSIAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO.'S REPORT. FAT CATTLE.-A very large supply came forward for the week, viz.. 1,437 head, out .. of which 922 have passed the hammer this day. the balance having to be offered to morrow from the want of pen accommo - &lt;1 at ion.. Tto .&lt;jn.alit.jr &lt;if t.boHR sold (inn . sisted principally of good useful beef, with ? only a few pens of prime amongst them, and .although there was a go-d attendance of the town trade, as well as a large ? number of count y buyers (who bought freely) in the market, prices declined from 10s to 20s on laBt week's rates. We quote -best bullocks, from 11Z to 121 12s 6d (a few extra up to 151 5s); second, 81 10s to 10J; inferior, from ol to 71. Prime cows up to IN 15s ; good, 71 10s to 9/; second quality, from 51 to 61 10s ; inferior, from 41 up. FAT SHEEP.-Although 14,660 wore yarded for the week, only a small proportion of them wero from good to prime quality, and for all such a further advance took pla...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. All communications to this journal must be authenticated by the name and address of the writer. No notice will betaken of anonymous communications, and no rejected communications will be returned. TO F. A. TOMPSON, ESQ. (Per favour of the W. W. Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 5 May 1869
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. All communications to this journal mast be authen ticated by the name ami address of the writer. No notice will betaken of anonymous communientions^ and no rejected communications -will be returned. TO F. A. TO.MPS ON, ESQ. (Per favour of the IF. IIr. Advertiser. J MY DEAR MR. Tonrso:*,- Having soon your letter of the 28th ultimo, in reply to one from an "Interested Spectator, and which plainly insinuates that I am, or am acquainted with, the writer of the article in question. I beg to assure you that I know nothing of the authorship of the letter, which I never even saw until after, and in conse quence of, reading your reply. Whenever I may have anything I consider of sufficient importance to put in a paper, you may depend upon my signing my name to it. As you appear to be well up in'' Mr. Midshipman Easy," pardon mo for recalling to your mind Gascoigne's advice to that worth}', " Not to argue the point till there was no point in the argument." Yours very t...
BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. MESSRS NORMAN R. MACLEOD AND Co.'s REPORT:— [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 5 May 1869
BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. MESSRS NORMAN* R, MACLEOD AND CO. llEl'ORT : FAT CATTLE.-A large supply came to hand this week, the number yarded being 810 head. The quality was generally of a useful class, the only prime lot being a draft of the Hon. Neil Black's, -which for breed ing and condition, merits special mention. There was an active demand, caused principally by the presence of numerous outside buyers, and prices were not af fected to any appreciable extent by the largeness of the supply, though they may be quoted a shade easier for medium quality, whilst the best pens brought quite last week's rates. Quotations :-Prime pens bullocks, 11/ 10s to 15112s 6d ; good do do, 91 to 112 ; medium do do, 71 to 82 10s ; inferior, from 41. Averages :-Black's bullocks, 122 16s Sd ; Manifold's do, 102 6s; Bannister's do, 91 5s 6d; M'Arthur's do, 92 2s Id ; M 'Donald's do, 82 12s 8d ; Paton and Walker's do, 82 19, Id; Murray's do, 71 6s 8d. We sold 108 for Peter M'Arthur, Esq., Merringoort,...
GUNDAROO. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT..] [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 5 May 1869
GUNDAROO. [FROM OUR C0Il.nEHr0NDF.NT.] INSTEAD of condemning myself for my long silence, I think I am fairly entitled to some amount of praise. Having had nothing to write about, I have written nothing. In stances have occurred and, perhaps, will occur again, when those who havo been in my position, have yet incontinently rushed into print; but I have been reading Thomai Carlyle, and have learned from him tho virtues of silenco. It is something, is it not, to havo loarned when not to write. Bash, fulness has also restrained my pen. It i4 very true, that I have a deep iuterost in all that ooncorns your district, but, I question whether the good people of Wagga Wagga are Very muoh interested in Gundaroo. And yet, oil the other hand, as you have kept mo posted up in all your sayings and doings of late, it is certainly but fair, that if our favours are to be reciprocated, the reciprocity (poor Paddy again) should not all be on one side. After this preamble which may be regarded as in pa...
WOOL, STOCK, AND STATION. REPORTS. SYDNEY. MESSRS. MORT AND Co.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 5 May 1869
WOOL, STOCK, AND STATION. REPORTS. 1 SYDNEY. MESSIIS. MOBT AXD CO.'S REP OUT. Wool,.-In consequence of the races, las" Thursday's usual wool sales were postponed . until Monday next. TALLOW.- The market is without alteration. We had several shipping parcels, in good packages, but not of superior quality, ' ivhieh we quitted at 311 5s for beef, and 351 per ton for mutton. 1IIDI:.S. -Market well supplied ; prices about the same as late quotations for good lots. We sold about 1 lOt). The principal parcels were taken at 15s (id, 17s Gd, 19s, 21s 6d, and 21s 9d per hide. Hol'.xs.-One lot at 12s per 100. SHANKUONI'-S at 9s per ton. 30th April.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 5 May 1869
JUitavtifW IS PUBLISHED every Wednesday and Saturday, at the Office, Traill-street, Wagga Wagga, and delivered at an early liour to subscribers 111 the town, and by mail throughout the colonics. TERMS: SUBSCRIPTION'. ' Per Quarter, In town, Payablo in advance 8s. : Quarter, posted .. ditto " Ms, . Per Quartor, posted, credit .. ,, Ud, . N.B.-Tho quarters terminate on the 31st March, ,80th June. 30 th September, and Slat December, at 'winch periods only can subscribers declino, by giving ? notice, oud paying the amount due to the end of the . current quarter. New subscriber;! are received at any time, and clmrgcd proportionately to the termination of the current tlireu months; but unless persons order ing the paper aro known at tho ollicc, wo do not guarantee that it will be forwarded If the order is unaccompanied by a remittance of at least one quarter's subscription in advanco. ADVKlli'lSEMENTS: First Inch 3s. Every additional Inch, Is. Cd. ""25 percent, allowed off 13 insertions; ...
ETTERSHANK, EAGLESTONE, & Co's. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 5 May 1869
ETTERSHANK, EAOLESTONE, & Go's. REPORT. FAT CATTLE.-This market Las been but moderately supplied for the week. This scarcity of prime cattle is attributable to most of the good lots being confined to the hands of the dealers. Quality in general, medium to good. Quotations: Prime beef, 22s Gd per 100 lbs. Fat Sheee.-Again we have to report the supply as excessive, far beyond require ments ; we noticed a marked improvement ?in quality ; sales were brisk, but last week's rates were scarcely realised. "We quote prime 54 lb. wethers, 9s ; medium to good, 7s. c'"""A'iSrnrnf--AVe have several lots of both cattle ana sueep miner unci, v,"i. are still very shy, owing, doubtless, to the depressing effect of the late severe season. We have confidence, however, in the future, and hope to do a good business ere long in this description of stock. Our Melbourne firm, by telegrams, 28th April, 1809, reports 1400 head of cattle, and 14, G00 sheep for the week's supply. and quotes prime beef ...
BREWSTER AND TREBECK'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 5 May 1869
' BREWSTER AND TREBECK'S KEFORT. STATIONS.-We have had several inquiries, during tlie past week, for some properties in our hands for sale, and although the offers made have been declined, there is evidently more desire to invest in this class of security, when properties can be pur chased at such a price as will, with careful and judicious management, give a fair re turn for the capital invested, We have plaoed some properties in Northern Queensland under oiler, and intending pur chasers have left during the week to in spect. We notice more animation than has existed for some months back. STOKE CATTLE.-The demand continues, but great difficulty is experienced in securing stock of the required ages, and of a suitable description for fattening. All bullocks we quote at 45s to 55s; superior, 3 to 6 years old, 60s; equal sexes, 40s to 503; mixed lots, 30s to 35s, according to quality. STORE SHEEP.-There is but little demand, and except for store .vethers, at low prices, there are but f...
WAGGA WAGGA POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1869. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 5 May 1869
WAGGA WAGGA POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, MAY 1, 18G9. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Alice Kelly and Thomas Kelly were charged with stealing bacon from the Newtown storo (Love and Roberts) Constable Leeman de posed that from information received he Went to the Royal Hotel, and found a piece of bacon " planted" near some firewood. Both prisoners were at the Royal, drunk; arrested them. Christopher Covendon, in charge of the store, deposed to missing the bacon; the female prisoner was in the store and Wont out; followed her and saw her plant a piece of bacon amongst some weeds. Prisoners elected to be dealt summarily and were Boa tenced to one month's imprisonment. MONDAY, MAY 3. (Before the Police Magistrate.) . Alico Kslly charged with using obsceno language on the 1st of May, was fined £1, or fourteen days imprisonment. Elizabeth Forster charged with being drunk on May 2nd, was fined £1, or one week's imprisonment.
MARES' PRODUCE STAKES OF 1871. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 5 May 1869
MARES' PRODUCE STAKES OP 1871. TUB following additional entries for this race have been made : Mr. W. Floors b m, by. Whisker, to Blair Athol. W. A. Jaeoba's br m Roxhanna, to Blair Athol. T. Beveridge's br m Nancy, to Blair Athol. J. A. Dallas's Dover, to Pyramua. J. A. Dallas's Mag on the Wing, to Blair Athol. J. A. Dallas's Hippy, to Blair Athol. H. Moxham's Countess of Belmore, to: Blair Athol. H. G. G. Byrnes's b m Rosabella, to Caliban. H. G. G. Byrnes's br m Beeswing, to Snowdon. H. G. G. Byrnes's b m , to Mari bynong.
Wagga Wagga Advertiser. "This is true liberty, when freeborn men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." MILTON. WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 18G9. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 5 May 1869
" This Is true liberty, when freoborn men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." MILTON. WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 18G9. LAST -week we found it our painful duty to draw attention to the medical management of the Hospital in con nection with the case of the late Mr. JACKSON. The subject was rather a delicate one, involving', as it necessarily did the professional reputation of a gentleman whom we could have no desire to injure; but it was also one of such serious consequence to the public that to have neglected to notice it would have been to have failed in a positive duty. In the interest, therefore, both of the public and of the institution itself, whose usefulness in the case in point, and inferentially in all other cases, was so seriously impugned, we made such remarks as the facts submitted to us seemed to justify, subject, of course, to the explanation of those interested in fctioir refutation. It was not expected that even this plain duty could he per formed without giving som...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 5 May 1869
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND.-On Monday morning, at 10 o'clock, a meeting of the members of the Church of England was held, at the office of Messrs. Fitzhardinge and Sons, for tlie purpose of electing a gentleman to represent the interests of the district at the forthcoming Synod at Goulburn. In accordance with the terms of the Act, the Rev. Samuel Harpur, Incumbent of St. John's Church, Wa«ga Wagga, and Pastor of tho district, took the chair. The chairman read a communication from Augustine M. Betts, Esq., solicitor, of Goulburn, resigning his office as our district representative, in consequence of a contemplated and unavoid able absence from Goulburn. during tho period of the forthcoming synodical meeting. Mr. F. A. Tompson proposed a vote of thanks to Mr. Betts, for the earnestness and attention with which he had performed his duties as the lay representative of ouv district at former synods. This was seconded by Mr. \V. E. Gibbes, solicitor, and carried unanimously...