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THE FENIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 July 1866
-:.,, . ; " Y.r, *U2RE;?iFENIANS.:.., '4The Feians hayQ i a ; sat uilaunion?1 u, courage to ventnre upon aggressive operations. On the night of the let of May, a schooner called the Frighi;i eft'Eatljort ostensibly for Potland. The next .nmorniig she was seen flying the flag desigied to represent !the pro jected Irish Republic. She was 'anned by Fenians. The Friend then atta?ked and cap tured the British schooner Wenitiirtlh. " As soon as they -had .got,pssession of her, the crew of the Frieid trandfoerred themselves to the Wentwortlh,-and- sank their own ship To Fe edra steanier'Wi+ i wi si t in iitvewd by-ier-name -and aippearance; il lowed her ,to' prQceed.. After an unavailipg searacll fur thai Eries;d, the Wtiooski returnred to Eastport do the, 4th. ' It is rumoured bhat the crew of the Wentworth" subsequently nmade- a descent- upon .the aisland of Grand \lenan. Captain Grace, a prominent Fenian, leclares that Mrahloney caused, thh failure of the Eestaiort Expedition "ley; gopn...
Hrana. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 July 1866
4Irana. [-Pao OUR COaRBSPONDNTW.] MIESSRS. Thompson and Watt left this on Thurs. day last with a flock of fat sheep for Melbourne eia Echuca. Messrs. Wren and Desaailly's 5700 store wethers passed on Saturday en route for their stations. Last night we had a severe frost otherwise the weather has -been, during the past eelt, a ll that could be desird. Grass is fast mi in f »* n T l y 't length as was stated some weeks since in a Don iliquin paper. The lambing in the district is re ported to be very good. The price of beef during the past week has risen from 4d.; to 6d. .rThe "missionaries" as your Narandera corres. pondent terms them, have not visited this place during the last fortnight.. Surely an effort might be made to ensure us at least a fortnightly. service. It may be noticed that upon the days on which Divine Service are held, there is never so large or so noisy an assemblage at the. "corner." On ordinary occasions a stranger would imagine the youths of this town had no other...
THE FINANCIAL PANIC. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 July 1866
- THE FI?NANC?L'PANIC. All accoints co.': urin representing that the. scene witoeset 'n1-the city r.$ 'the ?tt'h as without parallel :uin the meuo,.of Iutiness men: T-he; morgetey }r g 3ra'qv slnde n85 cane on ae d passere awfyeitiorsegrdgly The anxiety and asiawvfi eirtfrti k h Thliee ws not th? e sBliarp Paish'evm theind deiite'rolr wstieb= diehinupwsb lis 0re bfro t panic. Lomliard- reet, alicchib ldensniid other thoir'oghfares ini the md~fey tatre8s,.n were in a state of coimplete congestion. Many-among the e~iret tiri ys had, no doubt, been drawn thifter y?y:ctiosity ; but not a feow w]ere frighktned depositors strtg-. gling to- secure their cash before the h?~nk door should be slammed in theirfaces,;and others were persons who had rushed up from the country on the first tidings of the calamity. Several peison,'si after draiinng' out their hoards from thse banks, tandered aboit.witli out kiowing how to dispiose of tlien, 'rid were'piltimately relieved of all responiibility by t...
Sydney Jottings. Sydney, July 16th. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 July 1866
£pbneyi ,otting0. [PROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. Sydney, July 16th. mTiWRCKS and disasters by floods and the heavy gales of last week form the only topic of conversa tion at present, and sad enough and long enough is the tale I have to relate. About six o'clock on on Wednesday evening, flashes of lightning to the south and east Were distinctlyvisible, brighter than thethen departing daylight, a light that whs not again to shine on some of our fellow creatures. The distant thunder came gradually nearer forewarning us, as such a storm in the winter here always does, that it was coming on to blow. About half-past sir the hurricane for it was nothing else broke with full fury over Sydney, and while the rain poured down inperfect torrents, the wind roared and whistled as it has not done for many and many a day on this coast. It was evident that the storm was venting itself more severely onithe coast than in Sydney, as all along the thunder did not appear to be very near, and all the lightn...
NAPOLEON'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 July 1866
NAPOLEON'S SPEECH. A cleito his -policy- has been snpplied in a speech delivered on Sunday, the 6th inst., et Auxerre, a little historic town in Bnrgundy, famous for its attachment to the "Napoleonic dynasty. An agricelturnaeshow tooklplacet-o.p that day, and the mayor";made:h Idyal spe?el. in response to whlbh th?,Eni~peior,.. qttred a few sentences which .convulfed t'.lie Btirse? enraged nmany of his sulbjects, and made quite a comnmotion- throughuout Europe., iThe: speech ran as follows :-" I see' witlh plezi6r`e that the memory'of the First Empire has not been effaced' from.your minds. B. Believe me, for my own 'pait, I have inherited,the feelings entertained by the chief of my family for this energetic and patriotic population, who suse tained the Emperor in'good as in evil fortune: ;I have a debt of gratitude to 'dischare- to wards Yonne. This department waslihe first to give me its suffrages in 1848, bebauee it knew, with the majority of the French pdople, that its interests ...
ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. DESPATCH FROM WAGGA WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 July 1866
AJ. tIV L . AND DESPATCH DA1 . . D5MPAK' PEOX WAO-A, WAOA. . ' ` To Taietts, ;Sydney e and Melbourne.--zvey day, 1 at4 p?.nm. Thursday exepted Urnaa and- Deniliquin. - Monday and Thursday 10 a.m. - Narandara end Hay.-Monday and Thursday, 10"a.m Junee and Murrumburrah.-Monday and Wednesday 6 a.m. AKRtIIP. AT WAOOA WAGOA. From Tarcutta.-Every day at 0 a.m., Wednesday excepted. Urana and Deniliquin. - Sunday and Wednesday, Nearanart and Hay.-Sunday and Wednesday, 3 p.m. dJnee and Murrumburrah.-Sunday and Thursday, tLeters &o. (excepting for Junecd, ,equire to be 1 osted half an hour before the a eui8fed time of des p'srt of the mails, or upon affixing a sixpenny stamp sip to'a quarter of an hour previous.. Letters &e., for Junee'require to be posted by half past nine on the evening.previous to despatch. The " nglish mail's date of arrival is the 14th of eaeh nonth. The out-going mail from Sydney is fixed '.n the 24th of each month.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 July 1866
lii If z''7AUGAf W.A'4G'A-! ,r, ril I Csd aiid DU1Edrr6 l~tln e.1",ptydn( i T Is ' f ,lwis " . a, iuy , n . en1 1o i IIa Ii us s Ano aee 8, ier 1haii' ....;T1Iq~U~ftTNT Juctigi~et'9;1wet4i esf psiti tnt rcurrent Anardsaiid Stsill' W'ldtfingdf\xeattiyby, 'tn ParriphlbtaJ >,ub·[ Axtitjed apfl;,Soeft.4pote( Evexx li doýenp ti of ýete'r ess u Thi fdllbwidmdmiah b a1 Nios Xesand, fote'nEn 1atsnPIEelanffsnd. ~'c±Iana ; ±' Iý.T::'"9a Ell' 11 t AYT'n r'tlI' (r,,;, -131 164 -arýf>1sEsE ainken! esm s tn Rats, depeait z .at current da'amzjunlreafs gona, andnabo Laj~he a nd týgnctedbd gto c~w .ti,-u1l nilcd IR1I 1 1,'. a!''t~i Adblid9;Tdslaai 'ad'New" 7iculandld·sB6on r+tnkl lan nt t a nsl j VE "J """(1 ui ":, " I s : u +r.. , s i'Ct Tniin E:WP tnalg. Ji I (ITi .iJIq ann ,iu.±rLLiw.... +E'.an :-. r mIT~in '(L 'LhBE .LXJ1 N~cncc6 aentsUronns iif 11 0 II'RI~ 1n lnuu~~l Jl of -IrrafCB~aujutiltiltt~Culj~tatt·R'al3ss .e, oaia ,rll. Newtrtouth ilralear":.,J!.·; a Qieeitlrrlntp,-r ssi trt>0td...
PASTORAL TENURE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 July 1866
PASTORAL TENURE. SAs the time draws near for the re-assembling of Parliament, 'the question as to the policy of granting additional secerity of tenure to the pastoral tenants of the Crown will again command a large share of public attention, and will again be eagerly debated by those who, are desirous of regulating the occupation of our broad national estate upon sound and equitable principles. This is a question which, for 'a time, has been withdrawn frbm the arena of political disputation becau.e in the recess, while action would have been im S' possible, agitation would have been useless. But this reason for inasetivity will soon cease to operate, and, as our existing Land Laws are noi almost universally admitted to militate against the prosecution of squatting enterprise, and to deter the holders of pas toral properties from executing all but the most indispensable improvements upon their runs, :it.may be as well to enquire if no means' could be devised for remedying this state ...
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 July 1866
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDEN'18. A r . c. n.munications for insertion in this journal must be addressed to the Editor, and be accompanied by the real name and address of the writer, not aecessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. Correspondence must be kept within reasonable limits, and under no consideration will anything of a merely personal or scurrilous nature find insertion. In the case of rejected communi. cations, the Editor cannot undertake the return .....of the manuscript. T II E SATURDAY, JULY 21,1866.
SMALL HOPE OF PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 July 1866
. S.I ALL'. OPE .OF PEACE.',, -, i.i Th.e Mniteur' certainly continiues to praittle of .iepaceand.'so. it diad to the v?ery. day.wben the French troopse startedron the road for Italy. The pacific dehlarationsa f hliaeoffiacal journal however, are 'contradicted: by-thie fact which has recently transpired ?.Jat, the Emperor Nlpoleon ie;activey?ypreppri:g.for war..Com missriatcontracts haveb een entered into on a very large :seale. The -rail'ways .and. the Mediterranean sthiierA?ihave been wiarned to hold thei;lelves iqi readineas fE ' the` convey. anct of troops. Powerful corpsa.of .";;obse:va tion " are being moved to. the .Rhine": and to the Italian'froitiera:' The rdole which tha. Em peror intends;to play ise a well-leptisecret; it may; have -been. all concerted and arraniged with Bisniartkiand Victor Etmmaniel or it may bl, left open for: the guidance of circumstances. Frrane will prphibly striltkein at the favor able momant; butbwhether on behalf of Austria or Prassia will depend...
THE NEWS BY THE MAIL London, May 26. THE IMPENDING WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 July 1866
T I E NEWS BY THEE MAIL. -• Lorindn, May 2.G, THE IMPENDING WAR. Fon the moment there is a lull-the bieathi less hush dlhich so often precedes the burst-. ing of a tempest. Diplomatists are busy with their last idespairiun efforts at hionciliation.! The neutral powers are 'negdiiitin' 'Hith tl e 'view of assembling-a-congress,-at which the grave question, now agitating the Continent may he discussed and amicably settled. Eng and, France, and Russia, have been for some time past engaged in: this pacificatory task; but, if we may believe the ,leading. organs of those countries, neither of their Governments is sanguine of uccesas.: Each of'th' 'bellii;e ients would, as apireliminary to.the negncia tians. be compelled to! make concessions which would be regarded as utterly iandmiissible. Italy insists, for. example,, as .ah i ndijlensulde hbasis of a conference, that Austria shall cede Venetia to its rightful owner; .Austria, it is saii, indignantly refuses to make such a sacri fice, un...
MELBOURNE. POWERS, RUTHERFORD, AND CO.'S REPORT. Melbourne, July 11, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 July 1866
'MELBOURNE. P0oWERs, RUTRBRFPOOD, AN)D CO.'S REPORT. .Melboifrne, July II, 1860,-. Fat Cattle. -Number in,:581. This was the small eat supply we have had for many, years past. The majority were good useful beef, and but very few .prime. The demand was good for all classes, and prices high, although not so much so as might have been anticipated, the unexpected arrival of the e. s. Salamander, from' Queensland, with nearly 300 head of prime, cattle, having greatly interfered with :the market, which must otherwise have been unprece dently high. We have sold 288.1 Quotations- . d . . . d. Prime bullocks .. .. . 1; 0 ? 0. to 17 0 0 ,.Good quality do .. 10' 0 "O0 to 12 .0 0 Middling do. .. .. .?'7 1' 0 to -9 10 0 Inferior do... .. . . '4 10 0 to -7 0 0 (do priiime ows:in.), ;,:: ;.;: -Bet cows .. .... 9 O 0: to 11t, '0 0 Second do. . . '. . 7 0 .0,to -810 0 Inferieordo.:.. . ..;: .; ? 0 to 6 10 0 Fat Sheepl.-Number in; 9142. This number was : ot very large, but, following the heavy supply...
Colonial Summary. LOSS OF THE STEAMSHIP CAWARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 July 1866
LOSS,OF THE STEAsSHIP O&AWBRA.: Tan f8lowing 'information his ,been obtained' from..Frederick Valliant Hedges, the only survivor of the ill-fited Cawarra; 'He states the .awarra cleare?d Syiiney leads, about 6 o'clock oni Wednesday evening, strong south east rieeze blowinig. The Weather was very thicl a:t"tie tiine.t ' At 2, they made out Nobby'sa, the captain at once made for the port, and ronnded Nobhy's shortly after 2. o'clock'): ii 'doing so the heavy sea running stri4ck' thlieteanmer 'several times witll tre mendous. force, and the rush of water on deck; -somes of which went below-was frightful; the"'vessel' almost became unmanageable. Heds e'thinks it was the captain's intention to J)arie the harbour, but the sea came on board in auch volumes that the captain ordered the'smil to be takeni in, and the steamer to go; ahe~d full speed, 'il.idetly 'withithe intention. of going.out .ti, sea,;, three or fobir tremendous sea:::astruck: the steamer, and she gradually; weh?t'a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 July 1866
FENCERS' Ui ANTED for 20 miles fancing,- Immediate?ly. V Apply-to W. 0. WINDEYER, Eso, or .2_ GEo. FORSYT"I. ':Wagga Wagga, June 22. WANTED. A "JAMX K3UET MURRUMBIDOEE L IST. of PRIZIS-to be given by the " MURRUMe O BIDGEE PASTORAL ASSOCIATION,".at 4týsecond exhibitioi, to be held in Wagga Wagga,'oni ~he 20th day of November, 1800.? Patron: William=Maoleay, Esq., M.P. President: , W.O..Windeyer, Esq. J.P. Vice-Presidents T. W. HammondaEsq.,J.P' I ;JohniLeitih, Esq.;J;.P: Hon. Secretary i ' " : '-'; G. A. Elliot. Treasnrer : W. A. C0ttee, Esq. Committee r , J. S. Lavender, Esq., J.P. J. Rand,,Esq., iJohn Holloway,Esq., J.P. E. Aehoroft Eseq. J. H. Wallis, Esq., J.P. A. W. Rasch, Esaq H. Baylis, Esq.; P.M; Adam McNeill, Esq.: A. Davidson, Esq. , Rairdon F. Green, Esq. R. B. Wilkinson; Esq. .Tohn Smith juno., Esq. W. N. Waller. Esq. John Donnelly, Esq...' A. A. Devlio, Esq. William"Seii olair. Esq.: H. M. Paul, Esq. Willinpl.Raod, Esq. J. Cox, Esq. R. J. Higgina,,Esq. DRAUGHT ;HORSES. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 July 1866
THE PRINCE OF WALES. HOTEL, Wagga Wagga. Inimmediate poase?sionh ren.' P?noi ture, stock, &o , &c, at valuation.. Applyto CHARLES SIMPSON, Wagga Wagg?, 3uly 18, 158 s S :FOR SALE, 20 TONS frt."tclsas OATEN HAY. Apply to ! V S. A. MEYER, Mungabereens, Albury. TOq .POUNDKEEPERS & POLICEMEN. £. 20 REWARD. . T OST or STOLEN Wfrdm Waggt Waag3, one S'CHESNUT PONY; branded BY off 'houdor, 144lunder addle off ide.. The above reward will be given on coavietion of the tbief, or £2 if straýyed, on delivery of the horde to G. MARTIN, Wagga Wagg; or, to Mr. J. MEEHEN, Goulburn. ON SALE, ENGLISH CHEESE and COLONIAL BACON IJ prime sample. LOVE & ROBERTSB, 1. hid from2i: , d .
News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 July 1866
Nelcb of thfe lteek. AN inquest: has been held in Darlinghurst gaol touching the death of prisoner' of 29 years of age, who had been seatened to seven days. imprispnme.it for breaking a pane of ga. ' H..ae was 'ina most miserable condition when admitted, emaciated and covered with, vermin. His death was caused by exposure and negleet.-A man named George Fleeton was killed'in Kent-street, Bydney. one day last week, by falling from a bank near his house into' the street, a-dietance of fourteen feet.--A rule nisi has been gradted for the compulsory sequestration of the Hon. Johd Robertson's, estate.-.- parasitical plant has appeared amongst, the lucerne crops upon the Manning River. It is not much thicker than a hair, but winds.. itself round .the lucerne stalk, and killl the.plant.' It is of a light yellow colour and quite lesflese.-An asso ciation has been formed to protect the Mel. boure shipowners.-A Chinaman has opebed a coach building. eatablishment near Mary. borough, Victoria. ...
POWERS, RUTHERFORD, & CO.'S AGENCY G. A. ELLIOT [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 July 1866
POWERS, RU THERFORD, CO.' S A ENvCY . G A,.ELLIOT Reports; Store Cattle.-No fresh lots to hand,; several lots in the . neighbourhood for sale,. S sone of them now under offer. Messrs. Laven-; der.and, Wilkinson's.lot of 855 sold svbject to: approval.. Fat Cattle:- o sales to reiport. Demand on the: increase. Fat Sheep.-Extensive rates are ruling for really prime;suitable for the Victorian markets. Mr. Windeyer's have crossed en route to Deniliquin. Store Sheep.-Trade good, and many enquiries for ybung ewes in lamb, also, for good store woethere., I heive'old to H. M. Paul Eeg., of Pomingo. .larna 2245 young ewes in lamb, a asatlisfactory prce.
Commercial. WAGGA WAGGA JULY 20, 1866. Friday, 6 p.m. WAGGA WAGGA RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 July 1866
.'ULY 20, 186. Friday, 6 pnm. WAGGA-WAGGA RETAIL PRIOES CURRE?T. Flour, pertoi (Fine) ... ..... :....: .2r?:0 op Seconde Flour, per ton.:....... .::.:. 2 0' "0 Wheat; per beiel.... :.'.... os. 0.10 0 SHay, per ton (Wheaten) -..:......:.... 16 0 0 Hay, (Best oaten) per ton.., ........18 0 0 Cranper, beshel (non)...... ..:... :.... 1 0 Pollard,-perbushole(none) 0. :. .' 0:0 .10 Oats, per bushel o... ,0 `16 ""` 0', i'btatoes, per owt. ..... ;.:;. 20s..to ?:!0 26 Butter, per, lb. (ecarce):....... '...?.. O 2 6: Cheese, per lb, (sarco): ;.. .......:. Oi 2. Bacon, per lb.(soarce)... ............:..0 '0l " Eggs, per do?'.(scarce) ..0..;...:..; : :., 0 2, 1 6,
DENILIQUIN. Friday, July 13, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 July 1866
DENILIQUIN. Friday, July 13, 1866. The month of June has been a wet one in these districts, and we daily receive confirmation of the rain, having been pretty general, the few exceptions being in places abutting the boundary line between Queens- land and New South Wales. All the correspondents &nbsp; of the northern journals are agreed in and report that the season promises to be unusually fine, the rain be- ing mild and genial, and the frosts being hitherto very light. We do not remember a milder winter in Deniliquin, although the mornings are rather cold and sharp, but the frost is very trifling, consequently the young grass is springing up, and the plains are all emerald green, affording a strong contrast to the grass- less and dusty surfaces that exhibited themselves for several months until the eye got tired of the torrid monotony whichumet our gaze.: :From a correspond- ent; we hear of'heavy rains'at Fort Bourke for four days, and they are reported to have extended to M...
Colonial Summary. ENCOUNTER WITH THE BUSHRANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 28 July 1866
e olonial aumratug. ENCOU7NTER WITH .THE BUSHRANGEnS. RBao Saturday's Braidwood Dispatch we ex tract the following additional particulars in reference to the late encounter, and shooting of IPat Connell :-It appears that the Bnsh rangers, after their 'outrageous proceedings at Moudmelong on Monday afternoon, camped in the Aralnen mountains somewhere about Betowynd, only a few miles from MIdmelong, that night Sergeant Creagh, in charge of the station at Ballalabs, having recsived instruc tions the previous night from the Superinten ri-dent ait Braidwobd, 'proceeded early on Tues day morning with a party of police consisting of senior constable Byrnes, constables Kelly and Gracy, and a black tracker, to intercept them or pick up their tracks and follow them in the route they had taken from Mudmelong through the mountains to their haunts at Jin gera.• As will be seen by the narrative of that oflicer and of constable Kelly given be .low,'tiey proceeded on a track about fifteen miles lea...