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Parliamentary Summary. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1866. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 September 1866

1)avt~I~i~( ramient~et Ifuinmalr~y. TUEISDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1806. LEGIs.ATIVE AsSEMnnLY. STATE AID.--The adjourned debate on this ques tion was opened by Mr. Josephson, who defended the squatters as a class against the imputation of :sneiniinss levelled against them by Dr. Lang. The sense'of the country had been clearly enunciated on this question, and the minority was bound to submit. Mr. GaretCt urged that the question had been equitably settled by a previous Parlia ment, and that this Parliament had not been elected to deal with it. MIr. White supported the motion. He had always advocated State Aid, though hlie was quite willing to contribute largely from his own means for the support of public worship. It was tlhe dutyof the Government to nsak6 provision for the religious education of the people. Mr. Forster opposed the motion and pointed out that the carrying it would iot settle the question. It was manifest that it was riot for the interest of the GCovernment that it should be ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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TRIENNIAL, PARLIAMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 September 1866

TI?IENNIAL, PAIILIAMENTS. Wi advise those who are fond of "heavy read ing" to betake themselves to the report of the de hate in onr Legislative Assembly on the 31st ult. It was on 'the occasion of the second reading of the Triennial Parliament Bill, introduced hy Dr. Lang. The honourable mnover told the House that as it was probable that this wouild be the lasot Parli, •nont in which he would hiave the honour of a seat, he confessed that he cherished the ambition of leavr ing hi-, political life in this colony, which had ex tended over a period of considerably upwards of twenty years as a member of the Legislature, crowned with the passing of an Act which he felt oonfident woildd prove a benefit andl a blessing of the highest:character to his adopted country, lie advoeated the measure because he considered it a necessary reform under existing circumstances, and as being-a necessary complement to the Act of 1858, granting manhood suffrage and the ballot. '"e indulged his hearers with...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 September 1866

%iocal *lnteligencg. .ATEU?R. ESTERTd~IE?T?----On Wednesd~ay even ing last an entertainment consisting of vocal and instrunental musical selections, recitations, and dr.matic representations, ivasgiveninthe.Assembly Foom at the Mechanics' IiTstitute in aid of the fzuda of that institution, by four gentlenian Anmatcurs. By eight o'clock the room was filled wirth one of the largest audiences we have over seen gathered within its walls. Of the musical part of the entertainment we need say but little as the performers are so well known hero, and their abilities are so generally recognised that any praise that we might acord might well be deemed super fluous, and we will therefore only remark'that a imost delightful treat was providod for those who were fortunato enough to be present on the occa sion. The reeltations were given in the happiest style with telling effect, the "Royal Banquet" in p:lrticula;r, from the Bon Gaultier Ballads, was ren dered with inimitable skill, and was accomn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 September 1866

RAGES WAGGA WAGGA ANNUAL BAIES, UNDEB. THIE. DIRECTION OF T'HE MURRUMBIDJEE TURF CLUB. To come' off on the Wagga Wagga Racecourse, on the 21st and 22nd November, --1~86.- JUDGE: STEWARDS. V. O. WINDEYER, Esq., J.P. JoHN LEITCH, ESQ.P, J.P. J: H. WALL:PI Esq., J.P. JontN IOLLOWAY, Eco., J.P. T. W. Huast?own, Esq., J.P. WV. N. WALLEn, EsQ. J. P. H. 0. Lsterov, EsQ. A. A. DsEVLIN, ESQ. It. B. Watsovsse, Eseq. TREASURER: .M. P. IIANO. HON. SECBETARY: Mn. G. A. ELIUoT. CLERK OF l'HE COURSE: ln. D. EaRIen. FIRST DAY. fIRST RACE. THE MURRUMBIDGEE'ST. LEDGER of 75 sovs. with a sweep of £2 ?s., each; for all three year olds; second horse to receive the sweep; weights, 8st. 71bs. One a half mile; one event. Marcsand geldings allowed 3 Ibs. SECOND RACE. TRIAL STAKES of 50 sovs., for all two year olds, with a sweep of £1 each for the second horse; weights, st. Three quarters of a mile; one event. Nominations for this race, enclosing £1, to be in the hands of the Secretary, on or ioftre eight o'...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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NEWS BY THE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 September 1866

NEWS BY THE MAIL. IWe extract the following itenms of news by the Elnglish Mail, from the telegrams of the Sydney H. IHorald.] ENGLAND. The Prince of Wales narrowly osenaped scrious injury by being unhoreed in Rotten IRow. The Princess of Louiose of Hesse gave birth to a dlauhter on July 7th. The M'arquis of Ahorcorn was sworn in Lord. Lieutenant of Ireland on July 20)th. The Home Secretary having refused permiassion for a reform meeting in Hyde Park, 40,000 people with hands of music, &e., attempted to stormn the Park, and after a savere struggle were repulsed by the police. Borin s for a submarine tunnel between France and Enland have been commenedeih The cholera in England is rapidliy'icreasing. Earl Derby announced the foreign policy of the Government on the 9th July. They would on deavour to preserve peace and not becoine mixed with any particular alliances, nor would tihe Eng lish Government interfere in internal afflirs of foreign nations, or make use of menaces unles...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Police Court. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 September 1866

jolzce eontrt. Tu~s.tv, SErr.eTM R 11. (Before the Police Magistrate and F. A. Tompson, Eso., J.P.) WILLIA. Day was charged with stealing on the presioss day apair oq trowsers and abolt a pound of tobacco, the property of James Evans. Senior Constable Leeman stated that ori Monday last it was reported to him that the prisoner ehad stolen a pair of trowsers from a man. He apprehended him in the street, and prisoner said ihe had bought them in a store, but refused to say what store. In the pocket of the trowsers there was about a pound of tobacco. William Sturms wheelwright, said that on Mouday he was in the bar of the Pastor:al Hotel. Evans and the prisoner were also there. Ervans had a pair of moleskin trowsers and some tobacco, and he was rse for liquor. Witness said he saw th in h trowsers and tobacco from under ihen walk out, and hle (witnbss) fol c iceman of the circumstance. Iad bought the trowsers and store about mid-das on to Callaghan s hotel, and o there, and gave the priso...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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ALMOST STARVED TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 September 1866

Arroar STraIvEV To D rATn.-A very sad' case of destitution was presented at the Dis trict Police. Conrt yesterday. A man named John Butler was brought before the Bench by Constable Nolan, charged with wilful starvation of hris children. The evidence dis closed the following facts :--Buntler was the owner of some cows, and had been carrying dn the business of. a dairyman near Robinson Crusoe Gully. Circumstances had not pros pered with him for the last two years, and the result was-.tbhat his wife and five children -the eldest, a girl between ten and eleven years of age, and the yoIungest a baby in arms--were reduced to starvation. Several neigihbouis stated that for dayse-as they had ascertained-the poor children had nothing to, eat, that they. had actually been seen de vouring " roots, weeds, and grass," to satisfy the cravings of lhnger; that they were with out any clothes to cover tlhei,and that at night they huddled together without a stitch of clothes to keep them warm. i.Wheu ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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CONTINENTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 September 1866

CONTINENTAL. Nine battles between the Prussians and Ans trians have been fought, in which the former were. always victorious. General Voln MIolke, who com. manded the Prussian army, poured down in two grand divisions through Bohemia--one division being led by tile Crown Prince (the husband of the Princess Royal of England), and the other by Prince'Frederick Charles. A great battle tooic place at Ladowa, in which the Austcians were de teated and fell back upon the Elbe. After the battle the Austrians ceded the Province of Venetia to France, with the view of making Venice Frenchi territory. This was considered by thb Italians as an insult, and they were nmaddenedi by the cession, as the rage for the possession of Venice by the Italians was intense. The army of Cialdini ad vanced into Venetia, notwithstanding the cession of that province to France, and occupied Rovio, Palina, and Vicenza. The. Volunteers under G?aribaldi hanciseveral ehcomlters with the Tyrolses, with ratious fortunes....

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[?]rana. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 September 1866

[EcOas O51s CORRE5POXD55NT.] 0. the. 30th ultimo, a .mnob of travelling cattle passed through this township. The night being very wet, the party in charge, whether, as the ex pression used here, "he was laid on," or his vigilant eye caught the enclosed burial ground is not known. However, the cattle were camped in the cemetry destroying all the unfenced graves, and causing tIhe ground so enclosed to have more the appearance of a stockyard than a burial ground. A pblic meet ing was convened at the church on Tiursday last, to consider what steps could be taken to prevent a repetition of similar cases of trespass. William FRadel, Esq., of Butherwa, having been called to tlhe chair. Resolutions were passed expressing the indignation of the meeting at the deed, and decid ing that the proper authorities should be applied to to appoint trustees for the cemetery. A sabscrip tion was opened for the paling in of the ground. A specification for the required work was rtad at the meeting, and te...

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Colonial Summary. ALLEGED MURDER OF MARY SAUNDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 September 1866

etoretial Suuim uart. ALLEGED MURDER OF MARY SAUNDERS. :.Tnu3As Saunders was brought up at the SAlbury Police Court on tihe 6th September, on.remand, on suspicion of lhaving mur dered his wife, Mary Saunders, who was found in a waterhole, on Sunday fortnight, on the farm of the finmily. The prisoner :was' undefended, and appeared a little' more depressed than before. Sergeant Patriek produced a plan of the farm and premises, lshowing the distsances with resloect to tihe house, the barn, the'fence, and the waterhole. The distance frnom the trenched ground to the house. is 80 yards, and from the trenched ground to the water hble 220 yards. From the hole to the road is about 58 yards. He found two weapons on or about the 28th, one a small totnmahawk, and the other a shingling hammer. Found the hlammier under the bark of the back skillion of tihe house/fin the wall-plate. Now produced it. b'tund the tomahawk on the hill above thebarn, near the house. Found tlhese on 'the ocnasion of a s...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. London, 3rd August. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 September 1866

LATEIST SPECIAL TELG.IAMS. Armi' "' London?' 3rd August. An Armistlco is proclaimed, and preliminaries for a month's peaco have boon agreed upon.- Anus. tria is excluded froub tho'new German Confedera tion, and is to pay a war indemnity of 20,000,000 thalers. Victor Emmanuel is at Padua. An Italian proclamation has bdcn issued for the recoen etruction of renetia . Tihe Atlantic cable was successfully laid by the Great Easteirn imndcommunication with New York is pprfect. The Queen and P'resident Johnson have exchanged congratulations on this great Wvent. Mionster leform meetings were held after the Hyde Park affair, but they passed off quietly. The Derby Mlinistry was entertained at a banquet at the Mlansion House.. t A private telegram states that France has de mansded the Rhino provinces. It is fearcd this will lead to serious ditficulties, perhaps toa general Euroj w ear, as the German states are not likely to yild them. It is now admitted by all military authorities that the vict...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 September 1866

FBIDAY 21sT, SEPTEMBER,'1866. At 12 o'clock Sharp. Household Furniture, on the Premises occupied by the Misses Halley, Fitzmaurice.street. J. MILSTED ' AS received instructions to sell by public Ane. . l tion, on the abovo mentioned date, a lot of Household Furniture comprising Chairs, T'ubles, Tron Bedstead, Eanrthenware, Kitche Uteasils, &e., &o. Toerns'at Sale. WANTED IMMEDIATELY, EN to erect a few miles of Chock and Log and Stubb Fencing. Teams found. -. Apply to J. COLLIE, SiHumula Station. September 8. 1811. . IMPOUNDINGS. IMPOUNDED at Urana, September3rd, 1806, from J rangeline, by John A. lose, Esq. One brown horse, short tail, white hairs side face, branded 0 near shoulder, illegible brand' like 6m 5 off shoulder, aged, saddle and collar marked. 'Also, on the 8th September, 1866, from Urana by Cyrus E. Smith, Esq. One bay colt, star, long tail, off hind foot white, T off shoulder, 2 years old, unbroken. Damages and dri ving 5s. If not released; will be sold ...

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Court of Requests. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER, 10. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 September 1866

So'uritof e cques . MONDAY, SEPTENIKIe, 10. (Before the Police Magistrate and F. A?; Tompson, Esq.,.J.P.) STRPuen Beazidy v. A. W. Ilasch, property de. tained, £1 3s. dI\lr. Willans appeared for the deo fondant and asked for a postpouenement of the case as his client was absent. This was objected to by the plaintiff and was refused. Plaintiff stated that he hadlont several articles at different timces to the defendant; and that some had never bea re. turned, and others had been so worn and used up by defendant that ih6 refused to receive them whent they were tendered to him. Plaintiff brought.no proof beyond his own word that the articles had, undergone more than the ordinary wear and tear during the time they had been lent, and the Bench tbereforo made an order for their restitution, and ii, i default a finle of £1 and costs was inflicted. ,- Frederick Gasse v. John King, money due. £1 is.' MIr. Gibbes appeared for the defendant. Verdlic for plaintiff" C. Buffrey v.. John Warby, da...

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ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. DESPATCH FROM WAGGA WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 September 1866

AortuLVAAL a. UDESI'A'I'CL or MAILS - DISPATCII PRO.M WAOOA WAOOA. To Tareutta, Sydney and Melbourne.--Every day at 4 p m.. Thluradny exceptcd UTrana and )Deniliquin. - Monday and. Thursday, 10 a.m. Narandara and IHay.-Monday and Thursday, 10 a.m Junoo and Murrunmburrah.--Mbaday and Wednaeday S . . ". " r - - AIAIIVO AT WAOOA WA.OA. o "onim Ttnrutta.,-Every day at 9 a.m., Wednesday .. excepted. Jrana and :Deailiquin. -S Sunday ad \Wcdnesday, . .3 p.m. Narandara and ihay.-Sunday and Wednesday, p.m. Juneo and Mnrrumbuarah.-Sunday and Thuraday, O p.m. Lotters &o. (exceptinl for JunLo , lrequ 'iro t,) bho ) o tlcd half an hornr baforo thle a .u:ilicd time of des ", Ich of the mails, or upon allising a sixpenny stamp up to a quarter of an hbour prcvious. Lottiro &a., for .lunin tIeqlira to bo posted by half past nine on the A'venitgt previontt to dcap:ttcth. The , nglish mail'a ditto of arrivnl is the 16th of e lch I.,,olh. Tho outlgoin,itintil from Sydney i, fixntl n the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 September 1866

WVAGGA WAGGA ulinea? , !Directory. @jea Wl~aga M asgga taxpress aND GENERAL PRINTING OFFIOCE, ~~Ri n r~ittfS~n snn PRXITING IN every variety and style, with the utmost des patch. Handbills, Business Announcements, Merchants', Auctioneers,' and Tradesmen's Business Circulars, Cards, and Bill IIHeadings, Heatly displayed. Pamphlets, Club Articles, and Society Reports, correctly and neatly executed. Every other description of Letter press painting xecuted in a superior style. The following fornse always on hand, for sale, viz :- i: ISTiICT COUITIT PLAINT * NOTICE OP SET-O1 NOTICE OF ??CIAL DEFEPNCVE. AFFIDA IT of Sertice of 8U UBtIONi. AUSTIRALIAN JOINT ST00K BANK. INTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at current rates. Drafts isued on all the Branches and Agencies in New South Wales, Queensland, Victorie, Adelaide, Tasmania, and New Zealand, also on Eng land, Ireland, and Scotland. W. A. COTTEE, Manager. Wagga Wagga, 13th September, 1864. BANK OF HEW SOU~TH~ WA~LEL~ FITZMAURICE &...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 September 1866

(O'1UZ,"5" ~tijiLtIESPONDENI S. A 1 s.. oII'.fntationS for inoertion io thio journal tmust J'.nddreoued to thu Editor, and bIe econlpanied° ,hy thlo real lnamo and addreoa of the writerr, not -" necessarily for publication, hibut a a guarl.ateo of good faith. Correspondenc must bh kept withil reasonoblo limits, and Iunder no consid:ration will onything of a morcly porsoonal nr teourrilous n:ature flod insortion. In tho casi of rejeoted comtmuti. cations; the Editor cannot undertalto tho roturn of tho mtanutaript.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 September 1866

BIRTH. At the Bank of New South Wales, Wagga Wagga, on 10th September, MRS. ALFRED JOHN HOOKE, of a DAUGHTER. THE Wagga Wagga Express. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1866.

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Tumut. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 September 1866

FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT THAT mystic individual, in the shape of your cor respondent from this quarter; has been the origin of great number of queries, and I do assure you no little uneasiness and anxiety was displayed on the part of "our local" to find out. his definite whereabouts. Many and amusing were the sur rises I heard made. But tho "Simon'Pure" ap pears to be the same mystic personage as ever. I appear to have eluded his keen powers of pene tration, and if it be any relief to his mind, I-might say, at the risk of enjoying a little egotism and presumption, that he or any one else is not likely to find me out. I am not "a creature of this earth's world."-'" That's a poser." The heavy rains with which we have lately been visited caused a regular stoppage in traffic of all kinds. The large lagoons around here which have been nearly dry for the past two years, are now rejoicing in having their measure full. All previous expectation of another dry summer has been dis pelled by this...

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THE WAR. THE BATTLE OF SADOWA, OR KONIGGRATZ. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 22 September 1866

THE WAR. :-,"•.. wni +. THE BATTLE OF SADOWA, OR KONIG * GRATZ. "Tii first shot was fired about hlalf-past 7 o'clock. ''he I'russiao horse altillery, close down to tihe river, replied to tlhe Austrian guns, Iut neither side fired heavily, and for *.half-an-hour the cannoLade consisted of hut little more than single shots. At a quarter Ibefore 8 o'clock the King of Prnssia arrived Son the field, and very soon after the horse artillery were reinforced by other .field :Latteries, and the Prussian gunners began firing their shells qulickly into the Austrian position. But as soon as the Prussian fire actively commenced Austrian guns seemed to appear, as if by nmaic, in every point of the position: fromi every road, from every village, from the orchard of Mokrowens, on . the Prussian right, to the orchard of B3enatek, on their left, came flashes of fire and whizzing rifle shells, which, bursting with a sharp c ack, sent their splinters rattling among the guns, gunners, carriages, and bhor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 22 September 1866

:IBY' PRIVATE CONTRACT. A N allotment of upwards of Eight Acres of Land, . with House, &c, and fenced in, and an allot . meat of half an anor, f?nced. " 'Both blocks are in North'Wagga, Waggs close to ; 4o Inn kept by lMr. Soutar. ': P . For particulars, apply to F. A. TOMPSON, "-.?" "Land Agent A" W'"'austrailian Warehouse, 2:':';'20th September. 1800. -iMURRUMBIDGEE PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. M 'f-j EMBERS of the above are particularly requested :''tIJ. to forward their subscriptions for this year at thei earliest convenience to ;' . A. ELLIOT. B* ...on. See. ^j . 2& Srteptember, 18C6. * *' -4-. REWARD. 158. PERHEAD. SZTRAYED from Book Book Station, about tho1st Sof May:. One yellow bullock. branded AC off ribs. ' One ditto ditto ditto. JCoffribs. line white poley bullock ditto JO. off ribs. . One brown ditto ditto ditto AMK off ribs. i One spotted bullock, broken horn, branded Soff thigh, with other brands. Any one delivering the above described bullocks to William Tul...

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