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Sydney Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 August 1866
~bnaep_ ottitngu. (FR :~OMr oU OWN O~mcmwou1~I~IT. who stabbed Dr. Greenup at the Parramatta lmnatio Asylum, was alsost ladicroeus although his manner and appearance was suficient to chill one's blood. On Wednesday he was arrained and pleaded guilty, and said, in answer to the Solicitor General, that at the time he did it he knew h~e would be hanged for it. Dr. Cox said he had ex amined the prisoner and found him to be insane, his lea was therefore refused, and he was re man ed until Thursday, on which day he pleaded not guilty. The evidence for the prosecutron was much the same as that adduced at the inquest on Dr. Greenup's remains. The prisoner made rambling statement in which he alluded to some re. marks which he said had been made by Mr. Driver in the Legislative Assembly in regard to Lunatic Asylums. He said he had been condemned by Biship Gould and Bishop Wilson for some unna tural crime against the Church and State, and that he had.to go under the death ordeal for 15 days. I...
News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 August 1866
Ne~.eu of the ! elekt. Tna petition for the recal of Sir George Bowen from Queqesland has been signed by thlree thonsapld persons-A gentleman, re siding at Anambhula, on the Hunter, had about three weeks ago'a crop of growing wheat affected by rust. lie turned in a flock of Ssheep to eat it off, and since then the wheat has sprong up again, and is now in a healthy and,thriving state.-The captain of the Mana kau; steamer, has been found dead in his bed in his cabin on bpard the vesselin Newcastle h arb?pur.. The evidence at the'inquest was not conclusive enough to warrant the jury in coming to the decision that death had been caused by an overdose of laudanum, but there sappeared to be somnie foundation for the report that the deceased had poisoned himself Two splendid quartz specimens have been dis covered at the Peak Downsediggings, Quleens land, one weighs .3 ounces, and the other 4½ ounces, and they are both thickly impreg nated. with.gold. ,It is proposed that these specimnens s...
ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS DESPATCH FROM WAGGA WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 August 1866
:ARrfIVATAND DESPATll or MAILS DO8PATCH PRO WVAooA WAOGA. To Tariutta, Sydney and Melbourne.-Every day, at 4 p.m.. Thursday excepted Urana and Deniliquin. - Monday and Thursday 10 a.m. Narandara and IIay.--fonday and Thursday, 10 a.m Juno and Murru.rburrah. - londay and Wednesday 6am. AIItLiE AT WAOOA WAGGOA. From Tarcutto.--Every day st 0 a.m., Wednesday excepted. 'Urana and Deniliquin. - Sunday and Wednesday, 3 p.m. Narandara and Hay.-Snnday and Wednesday, 3 p.m; Junco and Mlurrumburrah.--Sunday and Thursday, 6 p.m. Letters &c. (excepting for Junr\, ncquire to he oI sted half an hlour before the e .'erited time of dos pr tnh of the mails, or upon afll intg a sixpenny statmp up to a quarter of an hoar previous. Letters &c., for Junee require to be posted by half past nine on the evening previnus to despatch. SThe Inglish mail's dlate of arrival is the 16th of each rnoth. The out-going mail from Sydney is fixed '.n the 24th of each month.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 August 1866
: :, WAGGA WAGGA luainess Eircctorj. ®iie 3aagsa fflSRagsa effxpress AND GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, 'Hldn rnb ®rnftWttA . ,,.xPRxINTINC IN ovary variety and stylo, with the utmost des .patch. Handbills, Business Announcements, Merchants, Auctioneers,' and Tradesmcn's Business Circulars, Cards, and: Bill Headings, neatly displayed... :, Pamphlets, Clul Articles,, snd Society Eoports, -correctly and neatly executed. * Every othao description of Lotter-press piinting xecuted in a superior style. Tho :.following forms always on hand, for sale, .,., JISTIICT cOURT PLAINT. : .-NOTICE- OF SET-OFF. . . ., . ,.OTICE.OF SPECIAL DEFENCE..E .. "....;?:; ? AUSTRALIAN ;'. 'i.".":..:: AF,::u D F,,f ; :- . '., er" le : of8U M : O.. .." . jItONTi S TOKG BANK. i TERESTiiallowcf on flia ddeposits atcurrent Ageniase in Now South Wales,'tuoen'slfanfd;'"iond?, Adelaide Tasmaiaania ' and .Now Zealand, als on ?ig -land, Irelaid, and Scotland. . ..... W. -A:' COTTEE, Maiager. "~ngga VWagga, -\ -; . 13tn Septe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 August 1866
NOTICE. The undersigned begs to inform subscribers and ad vertisers that the QUAR TER ended on the 28th July. The accounts are now being issued, prompt payment of which is earn estly requested. JOHN BENTLEY. NOTI6-E TOCATHOLICS. M AS?E will be eelebrated at Mr. John Kane's Pul litnp, Sundany. 26th inst. At Mr. Thomas Maloney's, Kyambl Creek, Tuesday, 28th inst. At Wnagga Wasgn, September. 2nd. 1H1iE Rev. It. Sellors will preach in the Royal Hotel, Narandern, on Sundary, September 2nd. Service to commence at eleven o'clock. T IG E SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1866.
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 August 1866
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDEN'S. A ! c, mmunications for inpertion in this journal must ile addressed to the Editor, and he accompanied by the real name and oddresl of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but ans n garantee of good faith. Correspondence must be kept within reasonable limits, and under no cannsidration will Sanything of a merely personal or scurrilous nature find insertion. In the ease of rejected communi cations, the Editor cannot undertake the return of the mantuscript.
MUDGEE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 August 1866
M-UDGEE. The Ram Faii has been well attended, but at the auction sale most lots were passed, holders refsin to 1bate reserves, and the sales were all effect poivately. Mr. E. K. Cox sold one Silisian ram, lirst cross, at £60, one at £50, four at £25, ten at •£10 each. -£50 for pen prize ewes was refused. .Mr. Chrrles Cox sold one ram at £100, one at?35, and a.number of yearlings at from £5 to £3. Mr. G. H. Cox sold three ewesat £17, and one hundred et 45s., and fourteen rams at £4, and a number of pens fromf £3 to £2. Mr. Charles Cox's South. down sold at £5 each for hoggets and aged. About £2000 worth were sold. The result of the fair is considered satisfactory. STHE MISFORTUIEOF A SPORTS3JAN AND.ITS CON* sEQUENCEs.--One of our sporting fellow-townsmen has got into a scrape which will make him the first offender against the provisions of the Game Law, which came into operation on the first of this month. Being passionately fond'of shooting, he went out the other night to indulge in...
GRAFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 August 1866
GRAFTON. At the nomination for the Clarence a large nrm her of electors were present. Mr. Alexander Mac cellar and Mr. John Itobertson were 'proposed. Mr. Lang, who is still in the district, did not pre :sent himnself. Mr. Bawden, the proposer of Mr. Mackellar, wished to withdraw his name from the contest, but ~ .supporters would not consent. The show of . was largely in favour of Mr. Mbackellar. Mr. Bobertson's election is considered doubtful.
Telegraphic Intelligence. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 August 1866
PCe o gr VAic OUBrtelt]e oc ,, -.. Iraox vanoOUs.sOUrrCES MELBOURNE. Ts ship Palm Tree case termiiatedon Saturday. The doctor was fined £2.with £3 ??cost,-and tol be. imprisoned ten days. The third officer the same fine and costs, and even days. The fii n' and' second oficers £2 fine, £2 costs, and one hour in. gsaol. A week's tunime irwasgiven for the offenders to:::: apply to the Supreme Court for a writ of prhhibi-. tion. .· The Exhibition bul"di "s approaefing .Oera_ ]e tion. A concert isto be?sa_ in it o theb 'Mbtli Beptember:,:a ,ahdahi'by the M ayer,~~~ ·80li~ bo?u~nsed? Latinceston Stedr Navination Com- I pany, virsus' Grice Sumner, and Co., for the recovery of the value of the steamship City. of Laimceston, lately suink in collisi6on with the Penola teanishlip a verdict has been givenu'for the plaintiffs for £2800. (Probably £28,0Q, the estimated alue of the vessel.) There are several law points re served for argument. Later news has been received from New Zealand. Burgess ...
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 August 1866
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST I5. Mr. Martin moved the second reading of the bill for the establishment of Workhouses, the object of which was to deal with adult vagrants, and the large numbers of incorrigibly idle and disorderly persons which existed in the colony. This class of persons would not go to the Benevolent Asylum, and the only mode of providing for them was-in compalsory employment. The classes of persons the bill proposed to deal with, were persoMhagvin no lawful means of support, habitual drunkards, and street be~res. Therewas an objection to committing such persons to gaol, as vagrants and criminals ought not to be brought into association. It was proposed for the present to establish one workhouse as an experiment, and the Government had provided a suitablebuilding at Port Macquaroie for the purpose.-Mr. Cowper tlhought that under the system proposed there would exist a power of perpetual imprisonment, and that he considered agreat objection to the scheme. Dr. Lang sup ported th...
Parliamentary Summary. TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1866. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 August 1866
RarIiatnentarI2 ?ltllnarm!. TUESDAY, AUGUST 14,1866. LEGISLAyvx AssEamLY. M.. Macpherson postponed for a fortnight his motion in reference to the resumption of State-aid to Reigion.-Dr. Lang moved the second reading of the Chinese Immigration Bill. He admitted that he supported the bill in 1861, but confessed that his views had since changed, and he now wished to undo what he conceived to be a false position in the legislation of. this. colony.-Mr. Lucas opposed the bill, and defended the sact which it was sought to repeal. It was impossible that the Chinese and European population could ever harmonise in this colony.--Mr. Forster supported the bill as purging the statute book of a law which was a disgrace to our legislation.-Mr. Cummiings opposed the bill, and spoke in strong terms of dis paragement of the character of the Chinese.-Mr. Macpherson argued that the Chinese were a usefno and industrious class of people, whom it would be the policy of the colony not to to discourage.-Mr...
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 August 1866
Local ulltllignurr. -0 Gus AccIDErT.-On Friday week last an ac cident which was almost miraculousl!y unattended with fatal results occurred to one of the men em ployed upon the Grong Grong station, from the buratig of agun which he was in the act of firing. Earlierin the day a gentleman who was on his way to Wgg Waga took up the loaded gun to fire at some crows which were about the house, but the hird. were to. wary, and luokLUy for himself he failed n obtalimg'i shot,- and returned the gun to it pace. A little later one of the men went out |ith the same object la view, ,and gestti within i angem e plled the tigger, when the b :r ing it was. not injured tall, but his face was tei' ribly smashed and bruised by the explosion, the wounds, however, though severe wore fortunately by no means dangerous, and as they were promptly dresed, and every care and attention was paidto the sufferer, he was soon made tolerably comfort able and is now progreasing favourably. towards recovery. From th...
The Treasury, New South Wales, 3rd August, 1866. CONTRACTS FOR THE PUBLIC SERVICE. FORAGE FOR THE POLICE, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 1 September 1866
The Treasury, New South Wales, 3rd August, 1866, CONTRACTS FOR THE PUBLIC SERVICE. FORAGE FOR THE POLICE, &c. NOTICE is hereby given, that Tenders will be re coived at this oflice, until 12 o'clock of Tuesday, the 4th September next, for supplying Forage at the undermontioned places, in such quantities as may be required, from the ]st October, 1866, to the 31st March, 1807, upon the conditions specified in Treasury Notice dated 10th December, 1865. GEOFFREY EAGAR. PROBABLE No. DIsTaRr. STATIONs. OF HORSES TO Ei FooAGoED. Deniliquin....... 4 Hay............. 3 South-western Perry........... 2 Balranald........ 2 Booligal......... 2 Murray ...... Tarcutta ........ 2 Naurray. randera ....... 2 The Treasury, Now South Wales, slt August, 1860. PAYMENT OF ASSESSMENT ON RUNS. HOLDERS of runs in the Second Class Settled and Unsettled Districts, liable to assessment under the Increased Assessment and Rent Act of 1858, are reminded, that the assessment for the present year must be pai...
Colonial Summary. ADVICE TO VICTORIA'S NEW GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 1 September 1866
4olonial jibummar.~ ADVICE TO VICTORIA'S NEW GOVERNOR; ON the morning following the arrival of the new Victorian Governor, the Argus tendered his Excellency some advice, which, as might be supposed, was far from being flattering to his present political advisers. Since then, Miiiss Frisby has communicated some hints on the same subject through the columns of the Age. They are as follow: Sir,-My name, Sir, is Frisby-Angelina Frisbp. I am a maiden lady, and keep de cent apartments forrmiddle-aged gentlemen; and I may say, having respect to law and order, as the gentleman in the front parlour (who is a very excellent lodger, and dines out every day) says-" Thank heaven, our new Governor has come ;" and as Betsy Jane who was there then, said-" Then the hend of the Previsional Government is at and;" Betsy Jane said that in a tragedy voice. She is my niece, sir, and married to a gentleman who takes the part of nobleman in the opera. Well, Sir, hearing that per new Governor was in the Bay,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 1 September 1866
AMATEUR THIIEATRICALS T fIE Members of the Wagga W?gga Amateur Dramatic Club beg to inform the public that ;they purpose performing on WEDNESDAY NEXT SEPTEMBER 5TE, when will be offered the following heavy and attran tive Programme. To commence with the much ad mired Domestio Drama in two acts of THE CHIMNEY CORNER CHARACTERS REPRESENTED: Solomon Probity, (aged nintoy-ono) Peter Probity, (aged sixty) ' .John Probity, (aged.twenty-throe) Mr. Charles Chetty Sifter Patty Grace Emery To be followed by the laughable farce of DID YOQ EVER SEND-YOUR WIFE TO CAMBERWELLJ? CHARACTERS REPRESENTED: SCheatorfield Ilogoybun IsaoC rank Mrs. loneybun. bars Crank Mrs. Jewell Nursomaid The entertainment to conclaudie with the roaring farce called THE VIRGINIAN MUMMY C RACT: O IIR T S RE PRESENTED : 'Dr. Golta (en antiquarian)' "` Charles (on artist)` :,, ` '-.';;:; o:;Leary Coo Iriehmin though not ) Captain ifle, (ri los awith Lucy) oger ne, (a sharp nigger t omI the South); `.; ~~:~i; cahoolesso or....