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Police Court. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 September 1866
jJolIIEE (ourt. -- ?o? TUFSDAY, SEPTtMJBER 4, 1866. (Before the Police Magistrate and F. A. Tompson, ReHq., J.P.) PROFr.NE LANOUAGE.--,onathan Boone, for using profane language in thebar of the Albion Hotel on the 29th ult;, was fined forty bshillings and costs.. "John and MaEry Shea, for loudly using profane language to ach'aother at North Wagga Wagga, on the 29th ult.,-were each-fined £2 and costs. The lady pleaded that she might have been using the profane expressions complained of "in prayer,' iasd, not having tihe money to.pay the fine, was sentenced to six weeks inprisonment. UTTRIre aS A Scunious NoTE.-Frederick Gasse was brought ulip oie the above charge, and was de fended by MIr. Gibbes. The case was heard before the Police Magistrate only. T.' J. Metcalf was callcd,'and deposed tliat, on the 13tlh nlt., he saw Mr. Gasse at the Commercial Hotel on business, and that Mr. Gasse gave him ten one-pound notes to payzinto the bank to his credit. On counting the notes at the bank ...
AMERICA. New York, 11th July. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 September 1866
AMERICA. New York, 11th July. A most terrible conflagration occurred at Poe land, Me., on the 4th instant, caused by a boy throwing a lighted fire-cracker among some shav ngs. One half of the city was destroyed; nearly all the business portion being included. All the banks, dry goods stores, jewellery estabhshments, telegraph olffices, eight churches and other public buildings, were burnt to the ground. The wind was blowing a gale at the time the fire commenced, and caused the flames to spread with the greatest fury, sweeping ruin, destruction, and desolation everywhere. Over fifty buildings were blown up in the hope of making a space between the fire and tlhe other buildings, but the effort was useless. It is estimated that about two thousand buildings were destroyed, involving a loss of ten million dol lars. Two thousand families were rendered house less, losing nearly every valuable they had pos. sessed, and are now dependent on the generosity of those who were fortunate enough t...
WAR TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 September 1866
WAR TELEGRAMS. The following telegrams are said to. have been despatched by General Benedek to his Emperor be fore and during thle battle of Skalitz :- "8 a.m.-Going to attack. Pray God." "Mid-day.-WVe are getting the worst of it. Supplicate God." a "8 p.m.--WVe've won. Thank God." Reichenberg, July I. The Prussian army in Bohemia is making vie. torious -progress. The fifth and third divisions tok Gitschmn by storm on the 29th ultimo. The Prussian loss was not inconsiderable, the enemy's position being very strong. The loss sustained by the Austrians is estimated at about 4000 men. Berlin, June 30. The King left here to-day, and will arrive to. morrov morning at Reichenberg. - His majesty was most enthusiastically cheered by the crowds assembled in the streets from the Ipalaco to the. railway station.
Lower Murrumbidgee. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 September 1866
3-tOUW Cr itur1tu'l biitt) tug e. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.' PASTORAL.-The past season has proved, spite of any well-founded anticipations to the contrary, far more favorable in its lambing returns than its two predecessors, and the average increase on the river genirally. may be estimated at 35 per cent; of course, we not infrequently hear of from 95 to 100 per cent., but these statements must be taken coum grado, the increase'being calculated, not on the en tire flock, but simply on the ewes which lamb. Shearing has already commenced on many of the down-river stations, while others who have been delayed by want of water or dearth of feed in the neighbourhood of their sheds, will, after the late rains and subsequent rise in the river, commence almost immediately. Feed is everywhere abundant now except on :runs which, from their having been too fully stocked for the late wretched season have hardly been allowed time to recover themselves, and within the prescribed half-mile on either...
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 September 1866
' '':"7W-DNESDA-Y;-AUGUST 29.--- . LEoGISLATIVE COUNCIL. The Hoalse went into Committee on the Cattle Diseases Prevention Bill, the duration of which was fixed to be until 31st December 1867, and until the end of the next ensuing session of Parliament. -The Drunkards Bill, and the Registration of Brands Bill wdre each read a second time. Some un portant business was transaeted, and the House then adjourned. In the Legislative Assembly the business trans acted both os Wednesday and Thursday, was en tirely devoid of Public interest. FRIDAY, AUGUST 24. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. . Dr. Lang moved the second reading of a bill to limit the duration of all future Parliaments to three y?ears, which he advocated upon considerations of historical experience, and upon the authority of certain well known English writers, and especially Dean Swift and Jercmy Bontham.--MIr. Meartin said it i~as incumbent upon the promoter of this bill to show what inconvenience had resulted from "the present dirations...
Sydney Jottings. Sydney, Sept., 3, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 September 1866
$bause ii3JttiUg0. [rnoat ovu oWNs contEsPONDNT.tT Sydney, Sept., 3, 1866. JMr. Parkes has given notice of motion in the Legislative Assembly for leave to introduce a Bill for the better provision for public instruction. This is undoubtedly a matter freighted with the greatest interest to the whole colony, andti so far as I have been able to learn Mr. earkes has sketched out the bill in a true statesmanlike and sensible manner, and I can safely say that if fairly handled it cannot but meet with a hearty reception from both sites of the house and the country genertlly. 'The main features of the bill are somewhat as fol lows:--First, the c astion of a Minister of Educa tion. The abolisahient of the present National ;ttd Denominational Boards, and the admitistra tion of the funds by a Council of Education. Secondly, the creation of common schools, the sup poetihg of one school only, where the community is not suIfficiently large for the existence of two good ones. Thirdly, the contribu...
Parliamentary Summary. TUESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1866. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 September 1866
Pjarlinamentary ~jltummay.r TUESDAY, AUGUST 28,. 1886. LEoGISLATIVE ASEMBLY.v. STATE AID.--Mr. IMacpherson moved "That this House will on Friday next, resolve itself into a committee of the whole for the consideration of an - address to the Governo-, praying his Excellency to recommend by message to the House, the perma. ncnt appropriation, outof the Consolidated Revenue Fund, of the sum of 28,000 annually, for defraying the expense of public worship." The hon. gentle man having reviewed the conduct of the professed friends, and open enemies of State-aid in the House challenged the support of such members of the MIinistry as were known to be in favour of it. The Government were bound to do as they-had pro mised, and vote right and left upon the matter, leaving the motion to its fate. The introduction o)f the motion was but a preliminary stage in dealinff with the question. The advocates of State-aid were not in favour of extending assistance to pagans of any denomination. Mr. Mcpher...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 September 1866
LOVE & ROBERTS IH AVE received the following additions to their large and varied assortment of garden and agricultural seeds:- Couch Grass White and lied Clover Bye Grass Bye 90-Days Corn toek Melon and Vegetable lMarrow. WOOL. TO THE SETTLERS OF THE IlVERINA DISTRIOT. W E beg respectfully to advise you that the follow ing agencies of our Wool WVarehouses are now in operation in your district, and any consignments with which you may favor us during the ensuing season, shall meet with our careful attention. Our Agents have instructions to use their most strenuous endeavours to meet your requirements, and you may rely on their promptly forwarding your Wool or ttation supplies. INSURANCES can be effoeted under our open policy at lowest rates by communicating with our Agents, or-direct to ourselves. OUR WAREHOUSES have been considerably im proved and cannot be surpassed for Storing Wool and shewing same to the best advantage. IIoping to be favored with a share of public patro na...
ARRIVAL OF THE KAIKOURA. LATER NEWS FROM EUROPE AND AMERICA. GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 September 1866
ARRIVAL OF THSE KAIKOURA. LATER NEWS FROM EUROPE AND AMERICA. GERMANY. ON Monday, the 18th ultimo--the anniversary of the battle of Waterloo-war was declared by Prussia and Italy against Austria. The Prussian troops had previously commenced an aggressive movement and speedily overun Hanover and Saxony. Telegraphic communication was very shortly interrupted in many places; the rails and bridges on the Hanoverian Saxon ltailways were broken up and the traffic stopped, anid -in- conse qluence the postal arrangements are thrown out. The first great battle was fought between the Austrians and the Italians-the latter were entirely defeated. The engagement took place on Sunday, the 24th, in front of Verona, and labted almost the whole day. The Italian army was under the com mand of King Victor Emmanuel. That of Austria under the Archduke Albrecht. The battle is named the battle of Custozza. The Italian loss is said .to be very great. The Austrians captured 2000 prisoners and several guns. ...
STATE AID TO RELIGION. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 September 1866
STATE AID TO RELIGION. THE whole question as to the wisdom and propriety of the State contributing directly to the support of religion, has been reopened by the motion intro duced into the Assembly on Tuesday week last by Mr. MAhcPIRsON aflirming that the sum of £28,000 should be annually appropriated oat of the Consolidated Revenue Fundl for defraying the expense of public Worship. By the Act of 18012, all future grants of public monies for this purpose were prohibited, andn provision was also made far tihe final extinction of thie system by strictly limit ing its operation to the payment during life or until -..rsignation, of the individual clergymen of the different denominations, who, at the time of the passing of theo Act, were in the receipt of salar ies drawn from the State. Since thalnt time only ten ofUthese clergymen have died, and their 'esa!anr; ies, amounting in the whole to a little over £2000 per annum, are all that have yet fallen in. The balance of the £28,000 is st...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 September 1866
WAGGA WAGGA 38tts~ittefiFs aittactot'. Eij iEe D eaggc tagg .xpress GENERAL. PRINTING OFFICE, PRINTINC N very variety and style, with the utmost des. Lpatch. IIHandbills, Business Announcements, MIerhants', ,Auctioneers,' and Tradesmen's Business Circulars, Cards, and Bill Headings, ceatly displayed. Pamphlets, Club Articles, and Society Reports, Lorrectly and neatly executed. Every other description of Letter-press pxinting gecuted in a superior style. The following forms always on hand, for sale, ?IZ :- DISTRICET CO URT PLIANT NOTICE OF SETOFF NOTICE OF SPECIAL DEFENCE. AFFID AVIT of Ser'vio of sSITa.MON. AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK. IfNTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at current .L rates. Drafts isued on all the Branches and Agencies in New South Wales, Qucensland, Victoria, Adelaide, Tasmania, and New Zealand, also on Eng land, Ireland, and Scotland. W. A. COTTEE, Manager. Wagga WVagga, 13th September, 1864. BANK OF E1EW SOUTFH WA~LES. FITZMAURICE & KINCAID STREETS. Draf...
Court of Requests. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 September 1866
V u1rt of equcirig. S.T*B olltoI g is'the list of cases set down for bear. p oaOmneo t, the 10th instant : LWW. Rach, psope rtde. 2.-Frederick Gasse v. John King, money cl due, £1 is. 3.-Thomas 'G. Heath v. S. M.cnchet, goods sold, £5 7s. 4.--?V. S. Lovell v. J. Woods, money received for plaintiff's use, £1 11s. 3d. 5.-U. Buffrey v. John Warby, damages, £1.
Telegraphic. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] RANDWICK RACES. Express Office, Thursday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 September 1866
. degrapy tc. " ,. FiR.OM OUR COIRE(.PO',DENT.] J . RANDWvCK RACES. Express Offce, Xhord, d p.m. ,Lnclies' Cup-Riotr . . . 1 ::: undo ... . 2 Gif?- . .......... 3 Maiden Stakes-Bulgimbar . .. 2 1 Barb ... .. ... .... 2 Buccaneer'... .. ... The Shoits HandIcap-.-Maritana ....1 Bracelet... ... 2 he Great Metropolitan--tyl dong ...2 "/,? .... Yattenden 2 TimWhiftler 3 Time, 3 minutes 421 seconds. • " ?"Frid?,y, 7 p.m. :: The Bruie Stakes.-P-Irb .....l... p1. '¥;: .-. Fishook ... ... 2 Prince of Wales Stakes.-Hamlet ... 1 " Bracelet ... 2 The Sydney Handicap.-Beatrico ... 1 .G ft,... ..."
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 September 1866
6LocaL Ottetitgence. ArLEloTIC SPowTs.-Saturday last was the day appointed for.the 100 yard foot race, for £5 a-side, between Price and Power; the latter, however, did not come to the scratch, and his deposit was there fore forfeited. IThe lovers of athletic sports, not withstanding this disappointment, were not to be done out of their promised amusement, and several matches were accordingly got up for their.dclecta tlon upon the green near the Albion Hotel. The first was a foot race of 100 yards, between John Bradney and Aaron Baker, for £2 a-side, which was taken easily by Baker. About two hours later Baker ran J. Delaney another 100 yards race, for £1 a-aside. This was a beautiful race, the two men getting away very evenly, and running side by side the whole distance through at a tremendous pace, Baker, at the finish, being defeated by about one foot. Another 100 yards race, between Power and Lakeman, for£1 -a-side, after a sharp run, fell to the lot of Lakeman. A jumping match f...
SHOCKING GRAVEYARD DISCLOSURES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 September 1866
SHOCKING GRAVEYARD DIBSCLOSUREBS. AT the Sydney Water Police Court, on thle 30th ult., Richard Bwitson, undertaker, ap peared on bail to answer a charge of obtain ing 14 15 by meansof false pretences. The "'following is a summary of the evidence taken:-Phillip HIlickcdy deposed : I am sex todn'for the Roman Catholic burial ground in 1Devonshire-street. I remember the defen dant bringing a coffin to tile burial ground on the 9th July. The order was given to ny brother. The body purported to ibe hat of Mary Coffee. I had some conversation with defendant in reference to that body. !Le said to me "It's d- d heavy. My brother handed me the order. I and my lrother William John carry on the business since our father died. The defendant brought a coffin for burial on the 9th. Ho said, " Mind Phil, it's d--d heavy; she was a big woman." The coffin was put on the ground and thle defendant helped me on this occasion to dig the grave. He would never do this before Hesaid " get the shovels and I...
News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 September 1866
Netu o tje ja& erit.. A .un of potsolenm in said to have been dis Sacovered within twenty-five miles from Dubbo. The mountain where it has boon discovered is composed of sh'ale, simnilar to that found at Hartley, and it.lights. immediately upon its being brought into contact with flaime. "The hill appears to be burnt right into the centre. -A . singular instance of secretiveness lihas .occurred at Newcastle. The'wife of a man Snamed Williams died there the other day, and after her death was found, cartefully put away " n different places, over four hundred pounds - ort~:-of gold, fifteen pounds of silver, a quantity of jewellery, arid a collection of but ter, soap, eggs, bathblicks, biscuits, coffee, Scandles, flour, and a host of other articles, a ... large proportion of them being 'entirely 'spoiled. It. is believed that the laiuy. vas ".affcted with the mental diseise kIown as ikleptomania.-A most brilliant meteor~b Sbeen seen at Maldon, Victori'a ,It appearen Snmuch larg...
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 September 1866
FRIDA~Y, SEPTI~BEMBE 7. LEGISLATIVE ASSEfMBLY. On Thursday, no business of importance was. transacted in the Assembly. On Friday, Mr. Fors ter moved the second reading of the bill to remove the restrictions onidistillation, the object of which he Ssaid was to encourage the utilisation of articles of natural produce now wasted. Mr. Eager opposed thebill as calculated to largely injure the revenue and to promote demoralisation. Mr. MIartin pointed out that the power of distillation existed now, and the reason it was not had recourse to was because Sit did not pay. The bill would be of:no use wiutlth out a differential duty, and a differential duty would destroy an important branch of our customs re venue. He hoped the House would refuse its con sent to the bill. Upon a divisioin, the second read oing was negatived by 22 t 17. iMr. Cowper moved Sthe second reading of the.Church of England Pro: S,perty Manasgement Bill which, after a lengthy dis cussion, wvas carried by 27 to 5. Mr. Mac...
Sydney Jottings. Sydney, Sept., 10, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 September 1866
* sabnen .2jottings. [FROM OUROWN CORREnSPONDcEeT.J Sydney, Sept., 10, 1886. Tie Race meeting which cldsed at Randwick on Saturday afternoon, was, considering the prevail ing scarcity of the necessary, an unqualified suc cess. The weather was lovely, the attendance fair, the acceptances numerous, and the racing good; The result of the different races you have already had, and there is therefore no necessity for me to detail them again. Another riot took place in Hyde Park yesterday, and I never witnessed such a crush of people there before, and calculated that about 4000 wea as sembled, of which 200 or more were prepared for a conflict. There was little or no preaching, and the police and detectives were in full force. Several arrests took place, the police behaving admirably. Whenever any of these arrests were made therea was an instantaneous rush, and several pieces of ugly missels continued to fly about the heads of the police. Inspector Read had a nasty knock from one of these, ...
Lower Murrumbidgee. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 September 1866
iLotlne Iat'uirvumbiogee. FrOi OUR COIROESPONi??NT.. PASTORaL.-I find, on perusing your issne of Satur day last (8th), that your attendant imps have booeen playing not exactly the "devil among the tailors," but are very likely to infuse a slightly diabolical tendency in the tempers of the sheep farmers, all of whom are congratulating themselves on rather a good lambing ;when, however, they come to find their increase reduced to thirt?-.fice per cent, I fear, if they believe the statement, tohey will rush into the arms of MIr. Baxter, and at once go in for the commencement of the Mlillenium in 1873. The average I gave you in my last was 85 (eighty-five) per cent., and I rather think, if I erred at all, I under-stated the number.. Shearing is now in full progress, and the clip is -likely-to prove, on the whole, a very fair one. One or two stations on which operations were commenced early, have been compelled to shear in the grease owing to insuffi clent water; but the later ones will ...
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 September 1866
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. LEOISLATIVE COUNCIL. SThe Drunkards' Punishment Bill; and the Work Shouse Bill were read a third time, and passed. S LEGISLATIVOE ASSE uuLY . .. The Sheep Disease Prevention Bill w.as read a -fcond time. The debate on the State Aidquestion was resumed by Mr. Farielil, who said that he considered the question sehttled, and that, teoo, in a Smanner which the majority of the .people thought .equitable. Mir. Dodd deprecated the re-bpening of the question, and cited the example of the Presby Sterian church to show the facility with which large funds could ibe raised by voluntary efforts for reli gious purposes. DrL Lang reiterated his objections to the motion, and warned the House that the carrying of it would be the prelude for an unexasi pled agitatioi for further electoral reform. Upon a division, the resolution was carried by 24 to 21, ·and the House then adjourned.