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WAGGA WAGGA POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, MAY 27. (Before teh Police Magistrate and F. A. Tempson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 29 May 1869
WAGGA WAGGA POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, .MAY 27. (Boforo tlio Police Magistrate anil I\ ? Toiapson, Esq., J.P.) " JAMES GIIAJT was charged with being of unsound mind,- on remand for medic.il treat ment. The doctor stating that tlio. man was now sane, and fit to bo reloased, ho was discharged. Charles Campbell, alias Thomas Molo, on remand for stealing money, was committed for trial.
MELBOURNE. May 16. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 29 May 1869
MELBOURNE. May 16. I . Messrs. Dalmnhoy Campbell and Co. report:-.* BEST BEEP.--Twenty-five shillings per hundred pounds. . .. . Fifty-five pound wethers, 10 shillings. PUBLIC MUETJNQ OH THE PUBLIC SCHOOL. -It will bo soon that in aocordanco with the suggestion in our last issue, a public meeting has been oallcd to consider the question of enlarging the public school or crecting a new one on a now site. Tho meeting is oallcd for Monday night, anil .wo woulil urge upon all interested in tho progress of education in tho distrlot, which means of courso overyono, to mako » point of attending. TIIB RKV. MK. AGNHW'S LBCTUBK Another lccturo was delivered. by the llev. r Aanow, last night, at the Coiirt-houso, the subjeot being Reminiscences of the reV. Gentleman's experience as a lnson Chaplain. L'bero was a rery largo attendance, tho rev. Mr. Wiles taking the chair. I he lecturer drew several vivid pictures of prison-life, alternately startling and amusing his audionce bv the strange char...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 2 June 1869
N OTICE I NOTICE 1 I 104 PA GKA6ES OF D R A P E R Y Have THIS DAT, the 7th of May, been delivered at the Stores of GEO. FORSYTH & 00. IN REFERENCE to the above Notice, (J. F. &lt;fe Co. have great pleasure in informing the Public that THE MOST EXTENSIVE ". .' 7'. ... AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK ? : | -rairmT. THAT HAS EVER BEEN EXHIBITED IN WAGGA WAGGA, IS NOW MARKED OFF, .. ?????:'? AND lE&IEA.IDir iFOZR, UsTSPEOTIOK. GREAT CARE AND ATTENTION having been paid to the selection of this MONSTER STOCK OF DRAPERY, GEORGE FORSYTH &lt;$s CO. have every confidence in inviting PUBLIC INSPECTION of the same, as, in consequence of its detention on the roads through the late rains, Every Article lias been marked at the LOWEST payable rate of profit, In order to make room for OTHBB Which, from advices they have received from their AGENTS IN MELBOURNE AND SYDNEY, Are already on the road. *#* Their Premises being at present too small for so large a Stock, thoy are comp...
THE STATION AND THE FARM. THE SELECTION, BREEDING, AND MANAGEMENT OF THE AUSTRALIAN MERINO. (From the Leader.) ON IN-AND-IN BREEDING. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 2 June 1869
THE-STATION AND THE FARM. THE SELECTION, BREEDING, AND MANAGEMENT OF THE AUSTRA LIAN MEKINO. (From, the Leader.) OS lN-.OfD-T.V BREEDING. Fob a period 01 twenty-five years, the writer was engaged in testing the value of in-and-in breeding. Much controversy has taken place on the Bubject, and not long since, in the columns of the Economist, the discus sion was renewed. Opinions diamet rically opposed were then expressed, but those enunciated by Mr. M'Dougal and Mr. M'Knight my experience compels roe fully to endorse; I may say that I never saw a whole flock, of really good sheep that was not wholty composed of in-bred animals; and I scarcely think it possible to breed good Bheep without having recourse to in breeding. By in-breeding I do not mean indiscriminate breeding without selection; on the contrary, I mean breeding with judicious selection, that is, rejecting rigorously the faulty Bheep, male and female, and breeding only from the perfect. After some years of practical experime...
LITERARY EXTRACTS. THE BOATMAN'S SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 2 June 1869
LITERARY EXTRACTS. : THE BOATMAN'S SONG. My lady lias such lovely eyes, She is the altar of my vows, She seems a Saint of Paradise, But'she shall be my tender spouse ; The rose is not so red as she, 'l'he lily's not so whito as she ; Around her head the beams are spread Which light the world whon day is dead ! And night and day the boatman brave and strong Singeth his song. One day a stranger kissed her hand And heaved a sigh, but all iu vain; The girl waa true to love's command, And would not smile upon his pain. : Said she : "Jly lover's poor and low, His house is not the best I know; But when he stands upon tho sands He seems the lord of all the lands ! " And night and day the boatman bravo and strong Singeth his song. Her name is like a charm to xue, Her voice is like a silver bell; j When I'm alone upon the sea I think of her and all is well. Her virtue keeps my boat secure, Her name has made me proud and pure; In storm and shine her fame is mine, And God will guard tho foaming...
MESSERS. GOLDSBROUGH BURT, AND Co's. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 2 June 1869
ME.33BS. (J0LD3BR0U0H UOET, AND CQ'S, REPORT. TAT CATTLE.-The market this west has : been ?woll supplied with all sorts, and . prices have given way. We qudie best? bullocks at 20s per lOOlbs. Wo sold a: draft from. Miltou, near Gladstone, at an average of 71 per head. FAT SHEKP.-This market has also given . ?way, and prices on second and inferior lots : are considerably lower. At Glebe Island ' .lieoli mutton Is selling at l^d per lb ; good ditto, lid.; inferior, almost unsaleable. We sold 1500 this week, from 7s to lis 7d. STORE CATTLE.-Numerous inquiries for bul locks, hut breeders are soeking forTiigh rates, inconsequence of very little business, .doing. ;. "STORE SHEEP.-Transactions very limited. May 27th, 1809. i
SUPPOSED MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 2 June 1869
SUPPOSED MURDER. I THE Herald of Saturday says : .. m« toilowing circumstances lean, to tne belief that a.murtler has been committed About » qnartor-pasfc 1 o'clock yesterday morning, as Sergaant Goldriclc of No. 1 Division was going along his beat, ho pro ceeded down Brougham-place, which runs between Pitt and Castleresgh-streets, and in so doing, he noticed in a blind Inno which is at right angles with BrouThnm-place, which runs between Pitt and Caatloreagh-streeta, a sack leaning against the wall of a houao. The finding of a bag without ail owner at such an hour in the morning natnrally ex cited the sergeant's curiosity, and he went up to it with the Tiew of ascertaining its contents. To his surprise and horror, on opening the bag, he found in it the body of a young woman apparently about 22 jrears of age. it.had beeii plac«d ih the bag in a re cumbont attitude, the Jegs being doubled up and the arms bont, so as apparently to per mit of its being covered, which had been done, see...
MELBOURNE. THE LONDON AND AUSTRALIAN AGENCY CORPORATION (LIMITED) REPORT: MONTHLY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 2 June 1869
MELBOURNE. Ten II03TD0I* A KB AUSTRALIAN AOBKOV CORPORATION (LIMITED) REPORT : MONTHLY REPORT. "Wool.-Wa liava soli a few lots of greasy wool, by auction, during the month. Up ? to the arrival of tho mail prices have, as a ^ule, baen good, tho fellmongers having been -wishful to purchase greasy for tho purpose of mixing with their skin wools, and, therefore, prices wore well maintained. The arrival of the European mail on the 13th " inst., bringing such disastrous accounts of . tho home wool market, has had a dis heartening effect upon shippers and growers. ' which has, however, with the latter to some extent beea counteracted by the grateful chango that has taken place in the weather, which has been of a most genial and most seasonable character, the whole face of the country having changed, and now presenting an abundance of feed and ; yrater for tho. Btock where before were ' only arid wastes. Owing to the drought the condition of the ?atock generally has been latterly very in di...
DEATH OF DON EDUARDO SAN JUST. SHOCKING OCCURRENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 2 June 1869
DEATH OF DON EDUAltDO SAN JUST. SHOCKING OCCURRENCE. Wf, regret to announce tho death of Don Eduardo San Just, who for many years has filled tlio position of Consul-General for Spain in this city. Xho deceased liad boon complaining for some days past, hut his medical attendant, Dr. Nathan, anticipated no fatal result. During yesterday symptoms of aberration manifested themselves at in tervals. Shortly boforc midnight Mr. San Just, who was thou quito collected, requested a gentleman who resides next door to sit with, him 'dating the night, and conversed very lucidly. On expressing a wish to see Dr. Cox, that gentleman was sent for, and accompanied -Dr. Nathan to the deceased's room. Dr. Cox talked with him for soma time, found that the symptoms oE mania wjre increasing, and on his leaving the room deceased bolted it, and refused admission to anyone. Thb police were then sent for to force the door, and on hearing them arrive at a quarter to 2 a.m., ho opened hia bed room window, situa...
MUDGEE. MESSRS. CROSSING AND COX'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 2 June 1869
MUDGEE. MESSRS. CROSSING AND COX'S RKFORT. Fat CATTLE.-There lias bean no change worthy of noto sinoo our last report, cxcopt in medium and inferior quality, which have Buffered a slight doohno. For goo:l and prime quality full rates havo lioen ; maintained. We (fold 24 hoad from 83s to 115a ; 46 head from G5a to 19Cs. PAT SllBF.P remain at about last quotation#!, thorO boing agooddomand for good quality. ' Modinm anrl inferior chill of sale. We sold 400 at 7s 9d. STOKES.-For both cattle and shoep the demand is good, for ages and descriptions suitable loi-JJfatteniiig purposes. Last quotations may be taken as a guide. 25 th May.
THE ATTACK ON THE GOULBURN MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 2 June 1869
:TUE .' ATTACK ON THE GOULBURN MAIL. -The Hera Id's special reporter forwards the ^following account of the late cowardly attack ? on the Goulkuru mailI sent you a telegram 'respecting the murderous outrage.which was committed on the Yass Road ; and it now becomes my duty to supply a few additional particulars of the melancholy affair...: At-the time of the occurrence, the mail from Yas3 had just reached the top of the hill on the Gouiburn side of a place known as the Run ning Water. The driver (Toni Jenkins) was mending his whip, the reins being held by Mr. Webb, a passenger from Yass, who was sitting on the other Side of the box? Two bushrangers, one on each side of the road, came up, and, with levelled revolvers, called upon the driver to " bail up." Trooper Chalker, of Gouiburn, happened to be a pas seuger, returning to the city from some town ship on the road, whither he had escorted a prisoner. Chalker, who has a reputation for marksmanship, was iuside the coach, and on hearin...
MELBOURNE. DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND Co.'s REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 2 June 1869
MELBOURNE. DALMJUIOYI CAMPBELL AND CO.'S UnronT. FAT CATTLE.-There was a largo11 supply to hand for this weak, viz., 1,418 ; out of this number 870 have been sold this day, the quality of which was from fair to good, with a few pens of prime amongst them. There was a L'oocl attendance of town and couutiyj trade, and &11 the' host pons brought fully last week's rates, while second quality was rather easier. We quote best bullocks at from 101 10s to lli ?5ssecond, SI to D?; inferior, 51 to 62 10s. Cows (none g"od in the market); those offered brought from 4110s to 71 10A. FAT SHEEP.-The supply to-day-viz.,23251. -consisted of middling and inferior descrip tions, and was again much over require ments : but there being a good attendance of both town and country buyers with several graziers, nearly the whole of the sheep yarded were cleared out at about la "per head reduction on last week's currency. We quote-Cross-bred wethers at from 18s to 20s ; do ewes, from 13s to 15s ; good...
THE DUBBO SQUATTERS' PETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 2 June 1869
THE DUBBO SQUATTERS' PETITION. Tho following lias bean handed to us for, publication: tpha Potition of tho undersigned Crown Tenants aud Others interested iu the Pastoral Pursuits of the Colony HUMBLY SIIEWETII : . . ' 1. That during the past summer. this Colony has been afflicted witV a most grievous drought, whereby largo numbers of horses, .cattle, and sheep, depastured in these dis tricts, where the lands are chielly known as *altbusli 'country (and two-thirds, of tho wliolo lauds of the Colony belong to this &lt;jia3s), have perished either oil their own Tuns, or while travelling for grass aud water. ' 2. That the losses which have occurred to your petitioners, in consequence of tho severe and continued drought, and which would loveti in the most flourishing times have been widely and severely felt by the Crown Tenants of the Colony generally, have this floason (accompanied as they have been by .continued low prices of stock, wool,' and 'produce) been in somo cases atte...
BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. MESSRS NORMAN R. MACLEOD AND Co.s' REPORT:— [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 2 June 1869
BA.LLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. MESSRS NORM AX It. MACLEOD AND CO.' REPORT : FAT CATTLE.-649 liead. (including 60 stores) came to hand for this week's market, and better than half the butchers' cattle,'com prising drafts from Messrs. Black,. Mani fold, and M'Kinnon, were very superior quality ; the other mobs forward were of a middling description. Though the weather was of a very wintry character, there was a fair muster of buyers, and tha tone-of the market was firm at fully last week's rates. Quotations:-Best pens bullocks, 1U to 14/ 5s; second, 91 to lOi 10s ; medium quality, 61 to 81; inferior, 41 to 51. Pat SHEEP.-10,696 were penned, but only a very small proportion of this large num ber was anything like good qualit}'; tho great bulk of the supply consisted of medium and inferior sheep, to which tho inclemency of the weather added a still more miserable appearance. There wa1; a fair attendance of buyers, but only the best lota elicitod any competition, at a reduction of fully Is...
ON DRAWING A LINE. (To the Editor of the W. W. Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 2 June 1869
ON DRAWING A LINE. (to the Elilbr of the W. 1^. AdvirtUcr.) Sik,-^I anl ono Of those whom Burbon spoaks o£ as having neither wlfo nor children, good or bad, to provide for-a more spectator of ofchor moil s fortunes and advonturoa, and hdw thoy "play their parts." I havo boon meditating upon some of tho featuros of Wiigga Wngga society. Do not think my dear Sir. that I am ouo of those unfortunates Whom our inoroaaiug rcspcotabilifcy has loft unnotiecd or tmcareu for. Nothing of tho kind! I do not complain of being thrust into outor darknoaS, nor do I envy those who onjoyod "tho delusion of tho dizzy Boono," No hir, Tho muslo, and tlio banquet, anil the wlno Tho sparkling oyos and flashing ornaments Tho many twinkling foot so nmnll and oylpbUka. havo lost thoir oliarms for mo. Old and crusty you say* Old, perhaps, I am--orusty, I am not. I liko to doll tho harness sometimes and luck up my hoolsj and I prido myself on possessing the mbst doli cato and sonsiblo of all ploasuros, that wh...
WOOL, STOCK, AND STATION. REPORTS. SYDNEY. MESSRS. MORT AND Co.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 2 June 1869
WOOL, STOCK, AND STATION. REPORTS, SYDNEY. 'KSSRS. MORVR ASD CO.'S REPORT. WOOL.-Tho quantity offered yesterday mis the smallest catalogued this season, and diil not include any attractive parcels. The competition was, however, more brisk than at; laifc sales. The principal lots on our catalogue wero taken as follows : VOllNV. greasy, 0 at 4Jd ; J. Bros, ditto, 13 at 3d ; fleece, H!C, 10 at lid ; scoured, HW&.M, 1(5 at lO.jd, 1 at lid : greasy, RP over C, 7 at 5d. Sueepskiss were in large supply, and real iasd a shade higher than when last reported. Wo sold sonio 25,000 skins at from 3d to .lid per lb ; palts and bare, Id to 2Jd. HIDES.-Late rates are maintained for those iaj good condition. Somo lots, however, show great carelessness in tho " Haying," and are consequently negloctod by" tho Iniyors. May 28, J 869.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 2 June 1869
®]jje $Ehjjp IS PUBLISHED every Wednesday and Saturday, at the Offico, Traill-street, Wagga. Wagga, and delivered lit -an early hour to subscribers in 'tlie town, autl by mail .throughout the-colonios. TERMS : ' . : SUBSCRIPTION. ^ 'Per Quarter, In town, Payable In advancb 8a. ?' ?'Quarter, (posted .. 'ditto Ws. IPer Quartor,',lioatod, credit. .. ... lis. , to u xho &lt;iuii!t&lt;sr3 terminate on tlio 31st March, .Sltli .Tuno, Sflth £optember, and 31st December, at: which periods onlv can subscribers decline, by giving notico, and l>l»yln'&lt;f »>c amount duo to the en& of the current quarter. Nov Bubscribcra arc rceeivod at any time, and cluwwsd proportionately to the terrtiination .of tJiocuirent thive n?on£lis; but unless persons Order in" the p iper are l nown at the oliicc, we do not K^uantce that it u.U be forwarded if the orHerls unaccompanied by a roinittaneo of at least one quarter's subsciiption in advanco. ADV KltTlSEMENTS: !plr»t"Inf...
MR. THOMAS DAWSON'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 2 June 1869
MR. THOMAS DAWSON'S REPORT. FAT GATTXIB.-Several mobs have boan offered fluring :t)ie weak, for which competition was brisk, but in somo cases last week's ? quotations were barely maintained. The market nKiy however be expected to remain generally firm for some weeks. FAT SEEUP.-There is a good demand for' .prim9 shsop at the top rates. The supply of theae during tho week has been, very fair, and of inferior and middling qualities plentiful. Pnces rango from 5s to lis 6d. STOUE'SHEEP.-I have a first-rate offer for .a few hundred store wethers. STORE Cattee.-Demand greatly In excess . of supply, though the prices obtained are very satisfactory. HORSES.-A good active demand exists for first-class heavy draught and unbroken colts which would jjrova .remunerative. May 28, 1889.
BREWSTER AND TREBECK'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 2 June 1869
liREWSrER ASd Trzbkck'S ltEI'ORT. STATION'S.-There is not much disposition to invest at present; purchasers are looking for lower ratos fchun even those now ruling. We sold at auction, since onr last, the Innes Creak and Tait's stations, in the Macleay district, together with 2500 head of cattle, mixed, over six months' old, mustered, at li lis 3d per head, stock Tiorses, etc., at a valuation. We also note the sale of the Orion Downs station, ; on the Negoa River, Queensland, with 11,009 sheep, 300 head of cattle. 20 horses. ., I lupciuuuts, etc., tor the lump stun of £4300 cash. The above is splendid downs country, capable of carry ing 25.000 sheep (a large portion fenced in) with considerable improvements, and ? distant only 135 miles from the railway terminus, at Westwood, A. B. Buchanan, Esq., purchaser. SroRE CATTLE.-There is a great scarcity of this description of stock offering in the market, and we are consequently unable to satisfy the requirements of our' consti tuents. We...