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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 30 January 1869
The Goulburn papers give the particulars of an inquest held on the body of Mrs. Jane Harvey, wife of Mr. Harvey of Woodhouselee. The evidence showed that on Sunday last deceased was percipitated from a dog-cart she was driving with such violence that she sustained concussion of the brain and never spoke again. A verdict in accordance with the facts was returned. H. R..H. the Duke of Edinburgh is to be &nbsp; invited to lay the foundation stone of the new Alfred Hospital in Melbourne. The plan of &nbsp; the hospital has been approved. A meeting of the members of the Free Church of England has been held in Sydney, at which the Rev. P. P. Agnow delivered an address, in the course of which he strongly condemned the recent elevation of Dr. Bailey to the dignity of Bishop of the Free Church of England, and gave some rather damaging particulars of that person's former career. Tarban Creek lunatic asylum is the 'Govern- ment Gazette' announces, henceforth to be officially de...
YASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 6 February 1869
TASS.- ? .. flour, One, per ton, £15; S.'i!0ru!».iltu-£U - '; Hoy ditto, £8 III- to £9 ' ?Bran.'per bushel, la' ' ' Wheat ditto, 4- Sd-to4i6it Sluizo ditto, &s iu 5i H,l Outs dilto, is to ?»- 6i . Potatoes, per owl., ill
GRENFELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 6 February 1869
? OBE&'FELL.. Floiir, per ton, £17 10 £18 . . Bratii.|ier.bu'lial,.U:iid -; ? ?? ,, ' Muiz-, (Into. 4. ip 5i . ?. Bay, 'par tun, £5 . ' ' CliHt); ditio,£ !. ' ?' Oati, per buanal 9- (noirce)' ' Potatoes, per bvit6a;to It. : . .?,.,': :;
ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 6 February 1869
: ADELOX0.. Flour fins per 1011, £12 to £14' ' ? Wneat jier hiuUel, 4i Hr ?' ?''''? Bran ditto, la ? ?? ?Oot»ditti-4i;'-- , ;, ;?,'?. , , Maili dillu 3. -.-,,, ? . - - H»y per ton, £i ? ?'? ,' Potato™ (carci) : ' ? -: ? ?'' :??: :
POLICE COURTS. GUNDAGAI. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3.—Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 6 February 1869
POLICE COURTS. GUNDAGAL Wednesday, February 3. — Before the Police Magistrate. ' Charles Higginb was fined 10s., or 48' hourji' imprisonment, for being drunk and disorderly in Sheridan-street on 'the previous night. ' ' James Hedgeb, or ' Jimmy the Sailor ' was brought no. Senior-Bergeant Cbndell stated that on the 1st inst. he apprehended prisoner in Gundagai, by virtue of a warrant which he produced, in which. prisoner was changed with feloniously stabbing and wounding one James Fahey»vat Wantabadgery, on the 18th tilt. ? Htk^esited prisoner to be remanded to Wagga Wag^p, to- be further dealt with. Remanded accordingly. Thtbbsay, February 4th.— Before the Police Magistrate. John Sells summoned James Rtall for unlawfully rescuing two bullocks from hia custody. Complainant, who is a fanner on Jouea' Creek found two of defendant's bullocks in hia corn paddock on the 24th ult. and took them to, tha pound. As it waa Sunday the pouudkeepcjT. refused to receive them, ? and complainant th...
WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. FEBRUARY 5, 18[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 6 February 1869
', WHOLESALE PaiOES .CURRENT. | Fidedabt 6, 18r9.' [Thefo'lnwlng Pried Carreataricorreo'ed tvfrg. week from the latttt.papen to hand.— id.] ; ??? '.-.. ...;.: . . QUXDA.GJ.T. . ',','. I ???-??? .?Flonfi-(Snf)'pet.fon'«l*to''£li-XOfi:.' .-- ' ? .- «h-\'it,.per:;li!-'.]iol,-.,S-9a-to4..,- .', - .;? . ? . Mni»,.flieto,3ifii 3-SJ ..'''. OaH,dittb;4itb'4i''3J ''''?''''' ; ???Br«i,'illtfo,'li''-1'.!'.-1-''i';'i; -.hi:.M I ,1 ? ? P6t«toe.',-rw;toVl!12.-(iij»roi);' '?' ?' 1 ?? :... Hay; pwjton, £5'' r ... ' ? ? , ?? ? . Butter fre.h It per lb ',-. ..' .. ?_-?'-.' , . Bacon 5 1 per lb ' ' , ? ' ' . Eg-» pjrdmen 1|; ' -? ?--?.: ' - Oiiiuiin Pprlb2d- '?': ?' - ' V- .-?: - -? Bread 21b loaf 6i (retail) ??-.:?
COURT OF REQUESTS. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2ND.—Before the Police Magistrate, and J. Crowe,Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 6 February 1869
Court of Requests. Tuesday, February 2nd. — Before the Police Magistrate, and J. Crtwc',Esq., J.P. ' William Archer v. Thomas Reuan. In this case, which was postponed from last sittings of tho court, plaintiff sought to recover 10s. for two pair of children's boots. Mrs. Regan said she had paid, the money to plaintiff's son, at his shop, towards the end of June last. Plaintiff's son and another witness denied this. Verdict, with costs claimed, for plaintiff. Robert Riley v. Anoelo Centauri. This action was brought to recover the sum of £G, the valne of a horse sold and delivered. Mr. Perkins for phiir.tiff, Mr. Creagh for defendant. Robert Riley, innkeeper of Gundagai, stated that on the 7th ult. defendant asked him if he . had sold Bosco ; witness said no, and it was agreed that the horse should be gut in. Next morning Thomas Riley, son of witness, got the horse in, and put him in the yard, and defendant called, ? and went up to see it ; witness was in bed at the time, and his son ...
COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 6 February 1869
. COLONIAL EXTRACTS. Tho ' Lachlan Reporter ' states that a practitioner, named John Kirby Parsons, whose name does not appear in 'the register of medical .practitioners in the colony, has been brought before the Forbes. Bench on a charge of manslaughter. Tho evidence showed that he prescribed for a child 1H months of a™ named William Alfred Luftus, since deceased, 2 grs. calomel, 1 gr. of tartar emetic, and 12 grs. white sugar, in six powders, oiie to be takeii every two hours, and other doses containing calomel. Dr. Belinfante stated liat he did not think a healthy child of less than one year of age could survive the inflic tion of 12 grains of calomel with 1 grain cf tartar .emetic ndded to it in 12 hours, eimsider ing-also that, mercury was again administered .... v..m n,v ...Mn tUutju 1^ grains .were given, combined with James' powder. He had no doubt in his mind that if death had not been wholly caused it had certainly been accelerated y the improper and reckless administratio...
MOUNT ADRAH RACES. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT) [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 6 February 1869
MOUNT ADRiH R -LES. (from a- correspondent.) The Mount Ailrah Races came off very success fully on Anniversary Day. The weatlier was fine, and there was a large attendance of visitors from Tarcutta and Adelong Creek, about 200 persons being on the ground. Tho Stewards wore Messrs. Haruett, Nicholls, Andrews, and R. Prouse ; Judge Mr. D. Roach. The first race was The Maiden Plate of £5, for all hnrsss that 1 have never won an advertised, prize j 1 mile, heats ; weight for age. Mr. Bradney's b.m. Nelly... ? ... 1 Butler's c.m. Obscurity ? 2 Gaivin's cm. Magga Whisker ? 3 Magga Whisker was the favorite, but Nelly, splendidly ridden by E. Liutott, won both heats easily. . Tue Town Plate of £10; IJ miles, weight for age. Mr. Butler's b g Dcerci ? I Bradney's r g Gbobunsj. ? 2 V. Stephen's bg Whisker... .... ... 3 J. Galvin'sgg The Buck... ... ... 0 Ghebnng was the favorite at ? starting, but Deem, thouuh in bad condition, was never headed, and won a good race by a length. Tho Buck bolted...
A FRENCH DUELLIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 6 February 1869
' A FBENCB DUELLIST^ ' ' ' Oxe of the most celebrated' of Frerich^duel hsts, tho Count de Lnrilliere, was a native of Bordeaux. . He was at thetime of- my storya man of between thirty-iiyo and fortv venn. ,»f age, tall, well -made, ?'and with polished manners; in. short, his appearanco utterly belied .the gpod;for-nothing kind of life ho was rathe habit of leading. ..One day while lie -g^g-JJting witha friend, or father an accom plico, in the most frequented street of 'Bordeaux he saw npproacbing'them, on the samo.side of the way, one of tins richest and most honorable merchants of the town with.his newly married wife upon his arm. When tho yomi' couple wero within hearing Laiilliere advanced conrtenufly tow7ir?K- them, h.Tt in hiiiid, ' aiid with a smile npbnjiis lips, and with nil the ?intward raniMuncejof 11 , welM.pd man, who is about 'to deliver hiiiiselfof a 'speech ff inaiu tliuii ordn.nry polite^oss.^ ' ? 1 lllitry«m.j,Jir,l,,i1,*; said Jib, addressiiiji-hiniself to the nici...
STORM IN GUNDAGAI. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 6 February 1869
STORM TN GVNDAGAI. We are fortunate in not haying to chronicle nnything so serious as tha grand elemental commotion that wrought such havoc at Wagga Wagga on the. 29th ult, but we had a very fair, reasonable, little storm of our own in Gundagai on tho day following — Saturlay last — accompanied by an abundant and most welcome rainfall. The clouds gathered in gloomy masses towards afternoon, and about i M.m. the storm came sweeping down the river and across the flats. There were lnnd peals of thunder, vivid flashes of lightning, and fierce gusts of wind, which caused the telegraph wires to sing a storm melody, and drove the rain before them in .sheets. Soon the parched dusty, sides of the hill inappro priately named Mount Parnassus, which over looks North Gundagai, began to look dark and moist, and presently streams Of muddy water began to trickle down, which gathering strength as they ran joined in muddy, miniature torrents, crossed Sheridan-street, and flowed through the gardens of...
OUR FELLOW LODGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 6 February 1869
OUR FELLOW LODGER. .(EBOM AIL THE Y£.\B BOUSD.) When, after a four years' study of my pro -fession in the country, I wont to London in t order to gain some knowledge nf town practice and acquire a familiarity with the Law Courts, I and a friend wiio was going in for exami nation at the sums tira?, and who, moreover, ? had. been an acquaintance of childhood, resolved to lodge together, both for tho sake ? wicuinniiiijr uuu tus pleasures oi mutual com panionship nnd study. . Tlie.only.lodi'tr in tha house besides our selves wns a medical practitioner at a neigh ? bnuring hospital. Ho ocenpied the ground . floor, and was familiarly spoken of by our landlady as ? Young Doctor Norton.' One , evening, my friend having j;ono out to a dinner party, leaving me alone, I grew weary of my books, and made up my miudto wile away a few hours at Astley's. Unable to find my latch-key,, ami Mrs. Draycott, our landlady, not having another, I ventured to Bend her 'to . tho down-stall's lodger, to ask h...
NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 6 February 1869
ATJSfKS OF TUE WEEK. The charge against Mr. M. Russell, road superintendent, of having attempted to com mit suicide, at Kyamba, in December last, is not to bo proceeded with, the Attorney General having received an opinion from a high authority in such matters, to whom the depositions taken at the Wagga Wagga court were submitted, that Mr. Russell was, at the time the unfortunate occurrence took place, in such a state of mind as to render him irres ponsible for his actions. On Tuesday night a strange, unaccustomed, discordant mixture of sounds, proceeding from the direction of Jones' Creek banks, broke the stillness that geneially reigns over Gunda gai at such hours. It rose and fell at intervals, and was accompanied by shouts, and fragments of song declaring the intention of the vocalists not to revisit their homes until morning. Those whose curiosity urged them to investigation found that the disturbance was caused by a party of individuals, whose forms were con cealed by tho surr...
POETRY. TROTTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 6 February 1869
iiilS%s§i TBOTIT, Tfho'wnhH tin n mnti.f.. ? . v ' Anli n moment p pphch t Cflr^B Mtpreert pouh oMieri , Trouble- nrvor CM«n, ' ?' ioti tnoy onll then fannim-^ Ton, pnna ! m«y laiii;'*— ! . xiiVfl my piHRP, or ^i'icy*fl» ' ' ' ' ?? , ; ' , Fnr » day— br half;- ? . ? . Yon know nnnelitor .iuinj i Mrndins litlln froirtn, 1 ?? ' ' -Yon \nny nought of tann-lMg' : HpapB of paira of tO'-Vi. ? Ton ra«Je nil tho pieamref, ???; '????; You're the murce of jor», Ton bring oil the trearurei, 1 ' ' ' Sugar-plums and toyi ( Tnn rlrn't do Mia »onMin*t . .-?,-- Tou don't, hmr thn frole ; 'Sou nn- ap»r»d hoholding . Prank', and ooiiti, and pets, Ynn don't e\n the powder, 'You don't hMr the orj ' ' ' A* it nexra louder. And llje facd growi wry; Xnwerl at morning nettlr. Trolly'* carried down Jvrt to kit* yoa nwpptly ' 'Eie -r.u itart for town. -- ? tEeit, all .miUinH dimple, ' '-'--? - ?a»l-, and jpntlam nkirt, ??' -'? --- Trotir, ilj, »nd simple, Enters wilh^de»ert, Briik as her oanarr, .,-'..? . . ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 6 February 1869
BI TB,C:,.:'-. ;'- Ok lb» 81 -t .Tuntwr, ? lipr rnldence, Gund»g»i, llr.. H. V. Lkxthi r, of a «on. HusaE^t— STFTHRIf. ( n the 2nd imtatir. afc/lt. J^hn'i* Gh*l-rbt Gn rtiwv, by thn Rut. H^Bpj Mic-n,M. Tcbsbii, Eeq., io Anita FiizAbth, , ,,?? » nldnt daughliir of 10 lute Hamilton F. aliphen '?'? H»q., of Melboura . -:— :Cjje (0nnhngnt Cimts. MEASURES, NOT MEN. 'T..:- SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1869. -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 6 February 1869
! i' THE GUNDAGA1 TIMES, '?' '. ! ' '?' General Prltittng Office, SHERIDAN STREET, GUNDAGrAI. Ji B . E ts.W O RT H Y , OENERAL LETTER-PRESS PRINTER, HAS recmlly marie *xte nulvn mi varierl additions (obit previously- large and well-HSRorted stock of vt&m &m F&Hoy type ?nrl ii now in a poiition to execute any descrip tion of ?? . Jij. ??If and satisfaction to his patrons. Bill-hMift Feceipt BooVs . Hann-bilul Carrier.' way bills. Posters Pororhlets Promissorr Note Books Law Forms Business Curds Circular) ? Invitation Oardi Programmes Label. Delivery Bool., Ac., &C, &C, . ' ? Printed with taste and expedition. BLACK, RED, BLUE, GREEN AND -BROWN INKS ON HAND, Alls White anil Coloured Papers, Gold Frnni», and Din; other arlioles requisite in a largo nfli'.'e for PLAIN AND FANCY PRINTING. ^aofc af Jfrat jlaii^ jfes. Add&ig & Gundagai E^&iches TSTISISI ALLOTBD ON FIXED DEPOSITS, For 8 months, at the rate of 2 per cent, per an...
LATEST FROM SYDNEY. SYDNEY, Friday 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 6 February 1869
LATEST FROM SYDNEY. On Monday night another vino-growera' meet ing was held at Albury, at whichj^resolutions condemnatory of Mr. NowlanVSPidium Tuckerii Prevention Bill were carried. A memorial has been transmitted to Government) requesting them to use their best exertions to prevent tho passing of this obnoxious mea sure. At Mudgee there was a terrific thunderstorm accompanied with heavy rain on Saturday last. A man, named Thomas Rayner, and wife, were sitting on a sofa in their house at Bucoble, when the lightning entered, killing Mrs. Hayner on tho spot, and severely injuring tho husband and two children. On that day thunder storms visited tho Hunter River district and damaged the vineyards extensively. A petition from the Albury district for increased representation has been presented to the House by Mr. Mate. Three Sydney detectives have been sus pended pending an investigation into certain charges against them of corrupt practices. On Monday the Hon. Dr. James Mitchell expired...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 6 February 1869
The inhabitants of Gundagai are indebted to the long drought for one pleasant and unusual sight'.' It has parched our grass, withered our flowecs, blighted our grapes ; and starved our ? horsesand cattlebutithasbeen the means of per inittingnsagMn to behold the Mnrrumbidgee as sumesomewbatoftispristineclearnoss and trans parency ; again tosee the bine summer sky, tho 'green trees and the distant hillsrcflectedinlucid ?^watere, instead of viewing a hideously ugly Ruffron-oiilimred liquid,' with deeper umber tints where it is overhung with clustering trees, rolling od its course. For the last month or so we have had a river that men could drink .from or bathe in with pleasure, and it ij to the drying up of the creeks from our gold fields that we owe this treat. The pleasure is dearly purchased, no donbf, by the enforced idleness of many a stalwart digger, and as under existing circumstances purity in the , Murrunibidgee's waters means want of occupa tion in adjacent digging communitie...