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DISTRICT COURT. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10. (Before Mr. Deputy Judge Wilkinson.) JAMES POWELL V. J. RUDD. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 14 November 1868

DISTRICT COURT. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10.     (Before Mr. Deputy Judge Wilkinson.) JAMES POWELL v. J. RUDD. AN action for the recovery of the sum of £21 19s. 6d., for an alleged breach of agree ment on the part of defendant. Plaintiff   had worked by contract for defendant, and had done a quantity of carpenter's work, and the issue in the case was, whether many of the jobs done formed part of the contract. Defendant admitted portion of the claim, and his Honor gave a verdict for that amount, viz., 17s. 6d. to plaintiff. Mr. Forbes in structed by Mr. Willans, appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Fitzhardinge for defendant. C. BUFFREY v. J. MARKS. Plaintiff sought to recover the sum of £25 13s. 6d for goods, and cash supplied to defendant. Defendant pleaded never indebted and a set off. Mr. Forbes in structed by Mr. Willans appeared for the defendant, and Mr. Fitzhardinge for the Plaintiff. His Honor gave a verdict for plaintiff for £3 2s. 6d. JOHN ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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WAGGA WAGGA POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1868. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 14 November 1868

WAGGA WAGGA POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1868.   (Before the Police Magistrate.) DRUNKENNESS.—John Gleeson and William Thompson, who pleaded guilty to the charge of being drunk and disorderly in a public place, were admonished and discharged. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12.   (Before the Police Magistrate and F. A. Tomp- son, Esq., J.P.) STEALING AN AXE.—John Monaghan was brought before the Court, charged with steal- ing an American axe, the property of Messrs. G. Forsyth and Co., Wagga Wagga Con- stable Leeman stated that he apprehended the prisoner upon information received ; prisoner had the axe in his possession at the time, and stated that he bought it for two shillings from a man. Robert John Mit- chell identified the axe as belonging to Messrs. George Forsyth and Co., and proved that prisoner had been in the store, drunk. Shortly afterwards, witness missed the axe, and following prisoner found it in his pos- session. He refused to give it up, and sai...

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WAGGA WAGGA QUARTER SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1868. (Before Mr. Deputy Judge Wilkinson.) ASSAULT AND ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 14 November 1868

WAGGA WAGGA QUARTER SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1868. (Before Mr. Deputy Judge Wilkinson.) ASSAULT AND ROBBERY.   JAMES LEWIS was charged with assault and robbery from the person. Prisoner was undefended. The Crown Prosecutor (Mr. Forbes) opened the case, and called 1 ' John Leeman, senior-constable, who de- posed that on the 23th October he arrested the prisoner for pocket-picking at Markey's hotel ; prisoner said that the money was his own ; found no money upon him except a sixpence and three penny pieces. Thomas Allen deposed to having been robbbed at Markey's hotel of a purse contain- ing a five-pound note and four one-pound notes and some silver ; prisoner had been drinking with him there. Charles Gaggen deposed that he saw the prisoner and the prosecutor at Markey's hotel drinking ; Allen went to sleep on a chair ; saw prisoner leaning over him ; prisoner put his hand into Allen's pocket and took from it a purse; he then slipped the purse into Allen's lap ; ...

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SYDNEY GOSSIP. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] November 11th. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 14 November 1868

SYDNEY GOSSIP, [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] November 11th. ATMOSPHERIC heat and social dullness have been the prevailing characteristics of Sydney during she past week, with the exertion of the Prince of Wales' Birthday, when the making-a-business-of-pleasure spirit which invariably animates the Sydneyites on high days and holidays was most abundantly dis- played, and, in a Mark Tapleyan point of view, " under the most creditable circum- stances," considering the weather which, especially in the early part of the day, was decidedly unpropitious to pleasure seekers. The chief points of attraction appeared to be the Balmain Regatta, and aquatic excursions. Homebush, of course, had numerous patrons, but nothing to be compared in number to the usual attendance there at race-meetings. The racing, I am told, was queer throughout, and in striking contrast to that of the pre- vious Saturday, which was uniformly first class, the contest for the Derby being de- scribed.as one of the best rac...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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HAY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 14 November 1868

HAY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Talk smacked strongly of the stable last week, and for the nonce the stories of the course infected and disturbed the minds of even ordinarily quiet men. British to the backbone and Australian to the core, the pedigrees and prospects of the many horses gathered recently at Melbourne were the almost universal topics for discussion at every corner. Be it known that we are nothing here if not Victorian, and of the horse, horsey. The field, the favorites, hedging, backing, and all the multifarious terms commonly understood as the vernacular of the turf, for the time, became amongst us " household words." There were around us and about us those who had invested, as well as those who at the last moment grew pre- ternaturally anxious to make one in guinea sweeps of twelve, for the Maiden Plate ; or who were indescribably eager to risk " a fiver " on some favorite (who proved false) in the brief, brave, and glorious struggle for the Cup. On the great days ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. All communications to this journal must be authenticated by the name and address of the writer. No notice will be taken of anonymous communications, and no rejectcd communications will be returned. THE POST OFFICE. (To the Editor of the W. W. Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 14 November 1868

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. All communications to this journal must be authen- ticated by the name and address of the writer. No notice will be taken of anonymous communications, and no rejected communications will be returned. THE POST OFFICE. (To the Editor of the W. W. Advertiser.) SIR,—I sent to the Post Office as usual on Tuesday last, and was surprised to hear from my messenger that the Office was closed. I was under the impression that country Post Offices required to be kept open from 9 o'clock a.m. until 6 o'clock p. m. on every week day during the year, with the excep- tions of Good Friday and Christmas Day. In this I must have been mistaken, otherwise the Postmaster would not have closed his office at the time he did on Monday last. As the Pastoral Show and the Annual Races are to be held during next week, perhaps the Post Office may be closed during them also, which will, I think, cause great inconvenience to many persons, both strangers and the usual inhabitants of the tow...

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THE BUNYIP. To the Editor of the Wagga Wagga Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 14 November 1868

THE BUNYIP. To the Editor of the Wagga Wagga Advertiser. SIR,—Foreign writers of sensational para- graphs have their " great sea serpents," which they can " draw upon " and draw out to any length the susceptibilities of the public may demand. Colonial paragraph-inventors have long excelled in the manufacture of " snake stories," and so " the trail of the serpent is over them all." Latterly, however, it has become a sine qua non with every district professing to be represented by a " local " to possess a " Bunyip," and accordingly Mudgee follows suit on Gundagai, in claiming ownership to one of these supposed apocryphal non- descripts. One or two strong attempts have been made to identify a Bunyip with this district, but unhappily for our credit, they have failed. The Western Times, I observe (by your quotation of Wednesday last), indicates the establishment of a Bunyip in a lake in the Mudgee district, near a place called Cobrico. " Where ignorance is bliss, it is folly to be wise,"...

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NOTES AND QUERIES. To the Editor of the Wagga Wagga Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 14 November 1868

NOTES AND QUERIES. To the Editor of the Wagga Wagga Advertiser. SIR,—Hamlet calls man the paragon of animals and at one time. I thought him right.   The Wagga Wagga people seem to think differently and have given themselves up to the study of the horse. Judging from the piggish specimens of humanity we see every day lying outside the bars of public houses, I begin to think that Wagga is right and Hamlet wrong. Yes, there is no doubt about it Wagga is right, unless it be that man can beat all the other animals in—I am at a loss for a word to describe this faculty of self-degradation and must call it, for want of a better one, brutality. That man can surpass all other animals in this is beyond a doubt, and why is it so ? I cannot answer the question, only I think it plain evidence that the breed of men so much talked of by your correspondents, does want improving ; but if I talk in this way you will think I am setting myself up as one of the " Unco Righteous," or one of t...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 14 November 1868

NEW ZEALAND. BY the steamer Auckland we (Empire) have Auckland papers to the 28th ultimo. Despatches have been received from Colonel Whitmore, who arrived at Patea overland on the 23rd ultimo, with the whole of the Wan- ganui and Ngatiapa natives (about400 in all) now on pay, except 51 left in garrison at Wereroa. The colonial force is in a hardly satisfactory state, in consequence of many men of the Wellington Rifles insisting upon their dis- charge, under the idea that their term of engagement was for three months only. The really good men will, it is supposed, withdraw from any participation in the movement of the rest, and the greater portion of the Nel- son and Taranaki Contingent, whose time has actually expired, are expected to join the Armed Constabulary. Colonel Whitmore has taken up a position in advance of the settlement, and occupies the ground from the marshes to the sea. Tito Kowaru is plainly visible, intrenching himself just inside the bush. There is no doubt that he...

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MELBOURNE SPRING MEETING. THIRD DAY.—SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 14 November 1868

MELBOURNE SPRING MEETING.     THIRD DAY.—SATURDAY. THE third and last day's meeting opened with a vary large attendance. The Governor and suite were present. The weather was fine. The first race was the All Aged Stakes of 5 sovs. each, with 10 sovs. added ; for 2 yrs. old. 4st. 9lb. ; 3 yrs. old, 7st. 5lb. ; 4 yrs. old, 9st. ; 5 yrs. old, 9st. 7lb. ; 6 yrs. old and aged, 9st. 8lb. ; one mile. (12 subs ) Glencoe ... ... ... ... 1 Sir Solomon ... ... ... 2 Melancholy Jacques ... ... 3 Five horses started, Glencoe winning easily, hard held. Time, 1 min. 51 sec. The next was the Oak Stakes, a sweep- stakes of 25 8ov3., 10 ft, with 100 sovs.   added ; for 3 yrs. old fillies, 8st. 10lb. each. One mile and a half.       My Dream ... ... ... 1 Ragpicker ... ... ... ... 2 Only two horses started, Fenalla being scratched. Time, 2 min. 50 sec.   The next was the Victoria Racing Club Handicap, a sweepstak...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 14 November 1868

GENERAL NEWS. A LEGAL DIFFICULTY WITH CHINESE.—At the Mudgee Quarter Sessions (as reported in the Western Post), in the case of Regina v. Carroll, Mr Dalley submitted the following peculiar application for a postponement of the trial of the prisoner, charged with high way robbery. It seemed that the prosecutors and witnesses were all Chinese, and although they swore distinctly that the prisoner com- mitted the robbery, still they could fix n0 date in the month when the offence was committed. The defence would therefore be an alibi, and to prove this, witnesses would have to be produced to state the whereabouts of the prisoner during the whole month of April. His Honor granted the application, aud prisoner was admitted to bail, himself in £100, and two surities of £50 each, to appear next sessions. BURIAL OF SUICIDES.—The November number of the Melbourne Church News con- tains the following paragraph anent the interment of Marie St. Denis in the Church of England portion of the new c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 14 November 1868

HOLLOWAYS OINTMENT AND PILLS.—Rheu- matism and Gout.—There purifying and soothing remedies demand the earnest atten- tion of all persons liable to rheumatism, gout, sciatica, or other painful affections of the muscles, nerves, or joints. The ointment should be applied after the affected parts have been patiently fomented with warm water, when the unguent should be diligently rubbed upon the adjacent skin, unless the friction should cause pain. Holloway's Pills should be simultaneously taken to reduce in- flammation and purify the blood. This treatment abates the violence and lessens the frequency of gout, rheumatism, and all spas- modic diseases which spring from hereditary predisposition, or from any accidental weak- ness of constitution. The ointment checks the local malady; the pills preserve the vital power. ADVERTISEMNETS. To Dam Makers. WANTED IMMEDIATELY, a Party to EXCAVATE A TANK, contents about 4000 Cubic Yards. Contractor to find everything. Apply at once at the Office of...

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SELECT POETRY. THE EPICUREAN. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 14 November 1868

SELECT POETRY. THE EPICUREAN. What is the use of plodding, Plodding for ever and ever, To gain the bright half million,   That shall lift us above the crowd ? And dying, a full nine-tenths of us, Without a sole enjoyment, Worthy a true man's taking, By kindly Heaven allowed ?     I'm not afraid to be humble,   For though my fortune's little, I make that little suffice     For the pleasures it can buy ;     A pint of Claret or Rhenish, Or a well-cooked dish in season,   A book, a gem, or a picture, To please the mind and eye. I've something to spare for the needy Who make no trade of their sorrow, And as much as half my income For the wants of the friends I love ; And I pity and laugh at the selfish   And self-degrading zanies, Who look so much beneath them That they cannot see above. It signifies little—thinking—     &nbs...

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LITERARY EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 14 November 1868

LITERARY EXTRACTS.   DUELLING.—The passion for duelling   in Ireland in the last century was in-   tense, and, observing the great change in Irish manners in that respect since the Union, we need not despair of other beneficial changes being effected in course of time. The counties of Tipperary and Galway were regarded as the Universities, so to speak, of the science of duelling. Galway was held to turn out the best swordsmen, but Tipperary took the high honors of the pistol. Among the most notable per- formers with both weapons were the Judges of the Courts of Law and Equity, and Lord Norbury had had so many little differences that he was said to have shot up into preferment. Even the clergy waived the protection which might have been afforded by their orders. A duel was fought in Epping Forest in 1764, between Colonel Gardiner and the Rev. Mr. Hill, a military chaplain, in which the latter was killed. " Mr, Hill," says an obituary notice, " w...

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EXTENUATED MURDER. (From Echoes from the Clubs.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 14 November 1868

EXTENUATED MURDER. (From Echoes from the Clubs.) " THEY " do most things better in France. If we catch a man who we believe has committed an atrocious crime, we con- sider that he is innocent until the con- trary is proved. Nevertheless, his only chance of escape is by the ingenuity of his counsel, the failure of the prosecution, or the want of a public prosecutor. If all things go well on to a conviction, nothing can save him but the tears of a Home Secretary. Even a juror's re- commendation to mercy has no effect, and is rarely put forward unless the prisoner is very youthful, or imbecile, or was excessively provoked. By a strange perversity a different system prevails in France upon every point. A prisoner is assumed to be guilty of the crime charged against him, and it would seem that French juries consider that this assumption goes some way to diminish the amount of culpability. Our readers have pro- bably perused the horrible tale of the woman of Limoges, who murdered her husb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 14 November 1868

AD VERTISEMENTS. Drs. Morgan & Robinson, SURGEONS, &c., WAGGA WAGGA DISPENSARY. DR. ROBINSON having entered into PARTNERSHIP with Dr. MORGAN,   has CEASED TO ATTEND AT MR. ROSE'S DISPENSARY. He can be con- sulted at his own residence, or at the Wagga Wagga Dispensary, Gurwood-street.   H. C. ROSE,   PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, DESIRES to RETURN HIS SINCERE THANKS to his Friends and the Inhabitants of the District for their past sup- port, and takes this opportunity of informing them that from the FIRST of NOVEM- BER his business will be carried on under the style of H. C. ROSE AND CO. WITH reference to the above advertise- ment H. C. ROSE begs to intimate that all accounts will be rendered up to the 31st of October, and respectfully requests an early settlement. For Sale, AS SUMMER COUNTRY for SHEEP, the Run         " Tantangara." It commences about a mile from " Old Frank's," and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 18 November 1868

THE WAGGA WAGGA ADVERTISER IS PUBLISHED every Wednesday and Saturdaay at the Office, Traill-street, Wagga Wagga, and delivered at an early hour to subscribers in tlie town, and by mail throughout the colonies. TERMS: SUBSCRIPTION. Per Quarter, in town, Payable in advance 8s. Per Quarter, posted .. ditto .. 10s. Per Quarter, posted, credit 11s. ADVERTISEMENTS : first Inch 3s. Every additional Inch, 1s. 6d. 25 per cent, allowed off 13 insertions ; 33½ per cent, off 26 insertions ; and 50 per cent, discount on half yearly advertising. AGENTS : WAGGA WAGGA, Mr. W. C. HUNTER, Bookseller. SYDNEY " ARTHUR CUBITT, Bridge-street. CARCOAR, " W. FINDLAY. MURRUMBURRAH " JOHN DILLON. LEVELS " M. COMANS. All debts due, either on account of sub- scription for or advertising in this journal, are hereby made payable at the Publishing Office, Traill-street, Wagga Wagga, or to the authorised Agents in their respective localities. E. G. WILTON, Manager. WAGGA WAGGA ADVERTISER GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, T...

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MELBOURNE. THE LONDON AND AUSTRALIAN AGENCY CORPORATION (LIMITED) REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 18 November 1868

MELBOURNE.   TIIE LONDON AND AUSTRALIAN AGENCY CORPORATION (LIMITED) REPORT. WOOL.—We had a large attendance at our sale this afternoon, when we offered a cata- logue of 1,470 bales. Competition for many of the lots was really good. In fact we had offers within a shade of the reserves of nearly the entire catalogue. Since the sale we have placed several lots privately, and have put others under offer, which we hope to close in the course of a day or two. We refused an offer of 19d. per lb. for a good clip of Western wool, the owner being under the impression that the price offered was not full value. TALLOW.—An active market. All we offered readily found buyers at our late quotations. Demand good. Best mutton, in shipping order, £35 10s. par ton ; beef and mixed, £32 10s. to £34 per ton.  

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WOOL, STOCK, AND STATION REPORTS. SYDNEY. MESSRS. HARRISON, JONES AND CO'S., REPORT:— [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 18 November 1868

WOOL, STOCK, AND STATION REPORTS.     SYDNEY. MESSRS. HARRISON, JONES AND CO'S., REPORT STATIONS.—The past week has shown but little improvement in the aspect of station   matters, the continuance of the drought in most parts of the country making buyers very unwilling to invest. We, however, look for a fair amount of business when the drought has thoroughly broken up, es-   pecially in cattle properties, which seem now to claim the most attention. FAT CATTLE.—Those are beginning to get scarce, and are likely to continue high for some time to conic ; prices would now be ruling much higher if not kept down by the large numbers of sheep in the market, the trade being satisfied with a much smaller number than when sheep are only in moderate supply. The sales of this   week, when viewed with respect to the   general quality of those offered, have shown a slight improvement, the market   closing fi...

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DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO.'S REPORT. Melbourne November 11, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 18 November 1868

DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO.'S REPORT. Melbourne November 11, 1868. FAT CATTLE.—850 head were entered for the week, ill addition to which several small   lots from the paddocks near town were brought in making the total supply up to 900 head, of which number about 700 have been disposed of to-day at about last week's rates, although some of the sales   realised a slight advance. There was a good attendance of the town trade, but very few country buyers were present, and the competition was not so brisk as we expected after the previous week's short supply. We quote—Best bullocks, from £8 to £9 ; second do, £6 to £7 ; inferior do, from £4 to £5 ; best cows, from £6 to £7 ; second do, £4 10s to £5 10s ; inferior do, from £3 to £4. We sold 187 head for Messrs, Watt and Thom- son, from Urana, the bullocks at from £7   to £9, averaging £7 14s 6d, the cows from £5 15s to £7, averaging £6 8s 4d ; 79 head for Mr. George Watson, light weights, at £6 10s 6d...

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