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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 October 1866

MURRUMBIDRGEC PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. IST of PRIZES to bogiven b the "MURRUM L ' BIDGEE PASTORAIL A SOCIATION," at ,te second ezhibition, to be held in Wagga Waggse, on the 20th day of November, 1860. J/?o? " - .Patron: William Macleay, Esq., M.P. President: W. O. Windeyer, Esq., J.P. Yice-Presidents: -T, Wv, Hammond, Eeq., J.P. I John Leltch, Esq., LJP. ien. Secretary: - G.A. Elliot. Treasurer: W. A. Cottee, Esq. Committee : 7, 8. Laveoer, Req., J.P. 11J. Rand, Esq. Jobhn Holloway,Esq J.P. I E. Ashcroeft, Esq. .J;H. Wallis, Re ., J.P. A. W. Raseh, Esq. 'H. Bayll a ., R .. , iM Adam McNeill, Req. A. Davido, Esq. Rawdon j. Green, Esq. R.'B. Wilkinson, Esq. John Donnelly, eq. ,W. N. Waller ,E sq., J.P.I William Binclair., q. A. A. Devlin, Esq. William Band, Esq. H. M. Paul, Esq. R J. Higgins, Esq. J. co-, Req. : DRAUGHT HORSES. Por the best Draught Entire Horse, above three year, -of age. First prime, silver cup, value £10, second prise, £6. For the best Draugsht Mare, above three years...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 October 1866

NOTXCE. ALLd persone indebted to the Estate ofR. Scourfield are respccsfully requested to pay their Accounts forthwith. For the Trusteeb E. sHAW. FOR On Tuesday. 16th Ototber, instant, at MR. SOUTAR'9s FERRY HOTEL., F-I?."R I Y~:..":H .O,'r"~E' I 1 " oanrT iAdoA Wr"a'oA. A SUPERIOR " SPRING CART& HARNESS, (nearly nwne.).. '.'F. A TOMPBON, Auctioneer. October 12, 1866.' WAA.WACCA ACCA ASSIZES. OTICE is hlereby 'g iven. that a Cirenit Court will be holden at the Court Houase, Wagga Weiega, before the Honorable Mr. Justice Hargrave, in Mon day the twenty.second day bof October next, at ten o'-lock in the forenooh, when all Magistrates, J.urors, and otheir persona concerned will-be required to give their attendsace. RIOIICHARD MILFORD, i "-ee" :-.-·t Clerk of Assize. Sudmrme Cour ' , " ' Sydney.; AU(JTIQN .S EAL I'b. G. A. ELLIOT, has received itstruations to IL' eellby Publio Auctiotii at the yards of the Australian Hotel, on. Tuesday,.the 12th instant, at:2 o'clock p.m;. : . 6...

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4th. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 October 1866

THURSDAY, OCTOBFR 4th. Mr. Eagar moved that the resumption of the Committee of Ways and Means be postponed until after the debate on the Public Schools Bill. Mr. Joseph opposed the motion on'the ground that many statements in the Treasurer's speech ad a most injurious effect. . Mr. Parkes said the Gov ernminent were not disposedto waive their privilege. The mischief, if any, had been done, and a few days could make no difference. The Government. intended to go on with the Education Bill.. - Mr. Cowper did not wish to interfere with the Government business, but he could not help saying the Treasurer's speech had done incalculable mis.. chief. The motion for postponement was geed to, and the debate on the Puhlio Schools Bill was resumed by Mr. Forster, who said that as a fundamental position the State i was bound to edicate the.. le. We had infthis colony two antaenitio. of education, and a largely esinc?amg ex penditae.. The present bill proposed to establish a system of secular educ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 October 1866

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3. The adjoujned debate upon the Public Schools Bill was resumed by Dr. Lang, who said that the questison was whether itwas the duty and interest. of the State to promote the education of the people, and.whether it was safe to place funds for educa tion at the disposalof any particular denomination. The experience of ages had shown that education conducted by the cle rgwas always a failure.. The Church of England,for 300 years, with the most splendid opportunities, had done nothing for the education of the people. In this colony the Irish National system was inauguratedby and under the auspices of the Roman Catholic clergy, who were then presided over by Dr. Ullathorne, and under the successor of that gentleman had ensued the great opposition of that sytem. Some of the most eminent of the Irish clergy bd joined cordially in advocating the views of the National Board and it was somewhat remarkable to witness the clergy of the Church of Ronlie in this colony setting...

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SHOOTING OF MR. HURST. CAPTURE OF BOURKE THE BUSHRANGER. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 October 1866

SHOOTING OF MIL' HURSBT. CAPTURE OF BOURKE THE BUSHRANGER, AnOUT ten a.m. on Thursday morning infor mation- reached the police-station at: Heidel berg, Victoria. that bushrangers had been eticking-up at .Greenborough, and that they bad shot a man named Hurst, at his sheep. station, onthe Diamond Creed. A man was at once sent off on horsebaok for Mr. Saper intendent Smith at Gieenborough, Constables Harty and German following on foot. On arriving at Mr. Smith's residence, the police at once proceeded accompanied by a number of the inhabitiats of Greenborough, all armed, to Mr. Hurst's station, ten miles distant. On arriving there, they found the police from Qaeenstown, Elthaim, and Whittlesea, already on the spot, mnountedand on foot, armed with all sorts of weapons. A man, who gave the! name of Robert Bourke, was already in the' custody of the police, and on being 'searched, two revolvers, and cheques on the Bank of New South Wales to the amount of: £256 6s. were found upon. him.. F...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 October 1866

'Jjeuz oat tje 8JPiteek. A PaRTYOf miners slinking for gold at Hoki tilka, New Zealand, have discovered the fossil skeleton of a whale perfectly entire, and .measesiring, 150 feet in length. It was only a: few. feet .from the surface, but was twelve miles from the sea shore, and at least one hon dred feet above the sea level, proving the correctness of theassersion of geologists that' a great part of N?ew Zealand has been raised. froin the bed of the ocoan.-Dubbo lhas been the' first place where a conviction has been obtained under the Careless Use of Fire Act. A? Mr. Gilbert, who was travelling with cattle to 'Deniliqulin, left his camp fire alight in the open air. The case was proved, and he was fine' in the mitigated peinalty of 40s.-A de terinined attempt at suicide was made by a man named Bash, at a Sydney lodging house the other day.: He took up a double-barrelled gun and discharged it at his head. The first shot missed, but the second wounded his head frightfully. He was take...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Police Court. MONDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 October 1866

j~olire 4~ourt. MONDAY, Ocronen 8, iBIS. (Before the Police Magistrate.) D~nuNmnncnzs, &0.--James Hunter was brougrht before the Bench to anawer thia charge. He plendIed guilty, and wee diachargedi Same prisoner pleaded not guilty to a chsrge of poing obsrcene language in a public place. Constable. Ryan proved the offence, and :poisoner was lfined £1, with the alternative of1 ten days' imprisdnment in Wangga Wanggagaol. LA~ircENY.--Lonis Marcus, biwing been remanded from tbe 2nd instant for the appearance of the prosecutor, and having been admitted to bail now srmrendered himself into the custody~of the police to answer the above obarge. Thomas Hughes, a hawker, residing afr Lainbing Flat being sworn de posed thatbe had lentprisonera spring cart and hanmess to take some goodeaof his own for. sale, on the understanding that, aa~soon~na he returned, the cart and harness should 1? delivered to wiitness. From what he had heard on the "Flat," witness came over to Wagga Waggna ad ...

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Tumut. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 October 1866

P~umut. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.J IT has been raining here since Thursday nightwith little or no intermission, and prior to Thursday night we had not much sunshine since the pre vious rains. The weather we are experiencing at the present time can have none other tendency than a detrimental one to our wheat crops. The wheat in many paddocks is lying down, and this continued wet weather is more than likely to cause the appearnance of rust. One of the principal causes which generates' the rust is the continuance of wet and cloudy weather for a time, and afterwards for the sun to come out in a pretty strong heat, which, at this time of the year is not at all im probable. If the sun comes out gradually with its heat rust may be evaded, which I sincerely hope will be the case. This being essentially anagrieul tural district, and the best mn the colony, a failure in the crops through any cause would be attendant with. misery to maiy a family who are wholly de pendant upn the produce of the...

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Court of Requests. MONDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 October 1866

rouirt of equests. MODAY, .OcTonER 8, 186. (Before H. Baylis, Esq., P.M. and F. A. Tompson, Eoq., J.P. MIClAEcL O'Donnell v, Jolm Taylor, damages £10J Verdict for defendant and costs.' Robert Parker v. James Martin, goods sold and delivered £6 1ls. 3d. Struck out no appearance of paarties. Struckje Robert Parker v. James Collie, money due on order £4 Os. 9d. No appearance of parties. Struck out. ' Stephen O' Meally v. James E. Warby, money nnauthorisedly delivered £1. Settled. Tao Sing v. Billy (both Chinamen,) money lent £3. Verdict for plaintiff. IHenry Moxham v. James Ashton, goods sold and money lent £5 17s. 3d. Verdict for plaintiffbyde. fault. Thomas Swan v. Tao Sing (both Chinamen) hal ance of account £6 18s. Gd. Verdict for plaintiff. Henry Moxham v. Ebenezer Shaw, goods sold and delivered £5. Settled out of Court. J. J. McLean v. James Clark, damages' £2. Plaintiff nonsuited.

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Lower Murrumbidgee. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 October 1866

Lonet J:u1;?b~trdtge. • (PROM OUR CORRUSPONOENv.1 S [anox our cosnnsrownarr.] SlmaINa operations on the lower river are now nearly over, and, indeed, would have terminated on most of the stations bun for the late rains. The clip, although under the average weight, is yet, in point of quility and appearance, a very satisfactory one; the absence of grass seed and burr being one advantage among the host of disadvantages conse quent on the two last seasons of drought and scant eed. A large quantity of wool is alreidy on its way to Melbourne. On the Merool Creelk shearing has not yet commenced, and ahearers.are in great demand THE WEATHER, for some weeks past, has been generally fine, with.oocasional showers, but on Thursday and Friday last, we were visited with a perfect deluge of ram, the auge shoving no less than 2" 0inches in the two days. Although feed is now very abundalt in mosat places, still the rainfall is very acceptable, as there are spots which have even yet not recovered th...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 October 1866

ILocal Intelligewce. HoRsE-STiEALING.-A prompt and clever arrest of a horse-stealer was made on Wednesday last by the police. From what we have learnt of the affair, it appears that a fellow named John Williams, lately discharged from the Hospital here, boarded with another man at a lodging-house in town. This man possessed a horse, and Williams taking it into his head to travel, and, of course, preferring riding to tramping it, seized a favourable oppor. tunity on Tuedzy night last to lead the ammal across the bridge to the north bank of the river, where he quietly tetlhered him, and then returned, and in tihe course of conversation informed his fellow.lodger that he had seen his horse, but des oribed a direction quite opposite to that in which he then stood. Fellow-lodger went out for a stroll, which gave Mr. Williams tmae to pack up his traps and decamp. lThe following morning finding his nlate companion had levanted, the lhorse owner's suspicions were aroused, and he straightway...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Parlimentary Summary. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1866. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 October 1866

- arliamentarg S*ummary. TUESDAY, OCTOBER, 186W. MB. Buchanan moved the adjournment of the" House for the purpose of brinig under noticethe . conduct 6f the Judges of the Supreme Court in.re fraiing from giving judgment in McFarlane's case, and throwing the responsibility of his release upon the Executive; and in meeting the prisoner Sun-. mons with the Act of the Legislature passed a few days since. Mr. Martin said, in the first case, the Judges had adopted the course.followed in the Mother country, and recommended the prisoner's pardon having no power to discharge him. In the second place, the point had not been raised, and had -not been argued. Mr. Macleay moved that bonded warehouses should be licensed in the inland towns and populous rural districts of the colony, and that arrange ments be made forthwith by the Government1 whereby goods liable to duty may be transmitted in bond from one store to another. . Mr. Eagar opposed the motion as an undue inter ference with the discreti...

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Correspondence. WAGGA WAGGA CEMETERY. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 October 1866

(oe0epon1btnce. WAGGA WAGGA CEMETERY. To tele Editor of t?e Express. Sma,-Having had occasion to attend a funeral at the above place some few days ago, I was particu larly struck with the great want of management displayed with regard to the position of the graves. After entering the gates I was surprised to see that the clergyman (and after him the whole of the procession) was compelled to walk over many of the graves, and I could not but imagine that there were some present on that occasion whose feelings must have been shocked at the idea of the graves of their relatives being thus trodden under foot. As you pointed out in your journal some few weeks hack, the graves .are in a most disgraceful state; therefore, I shall not dwell upon that part of the subject; but it appears strange that the in habitants of Wagga Wagga, many of whom have resided here for a number of years, and have seen many of their fellow-townsmen carried to their last resting places, should have so little regar...

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Sydney Jottings. Sydney, Oct., 8, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 October 1866

$btley~ Setttitgs. [ron oUt own coORREPONDENT.] Sydney, Oct., 8, 1866. THE. non-arrival of the Panama Mail Steamer Rauhine, now nine days overdue, has been much remarked upon through the last week. Various reasons are suggested for her not having put in an appearance-first from having run out of fuel; second, from accident to her machinery; andthird, from detention at Panama this month, instead of as was intended detaining next month's boat. The Peninsnla miand Oriental Steam Navigation Co., on the other hand, are doing all in their power to be up to the mark, and the agent here confidently expects news of the Bombay at Adelaideto-morrow, or Wednesday at latest. No doubt the object o: the latter company is to turn pblie feeliin:i their favour, and so prevent our Government m rm voting the subsidy to the Panama, New Zealand, and A. R. M. Company. The arrival of the Hero, too, at Bowen, is an other gratifying proof of what can be done via Torres' Straits. The Hero has made the passage...

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IMPOUNDING. (To the Editor of the Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 October 1866

(To the Editor of the Express.) t Sm,--Can you tell me what is the use of Acts of Parliament if their clauses are not complied with. Now the Impounding Act says, "That due niotice of impounded stock should be given in the nearest local newspaper; that all pounn sales shall take p lace at the pubic pound, and that all stock 'shallbe impounded in the public pound." Now, Sir, there is a pounkeeper not a hundred miles from this place who has never complied with either of these latter conditions since his appointment, and altlough when first he had the office he used to advertise the stock, he has now ceased to do so. It seems to me the Bench should look to this, especially as two of the Justices who made the poundkeeper's appointment were not members of te local Bench, and.have never sat on any other occasion. Yoorsj &ON,.R Narandera.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 October 1866

WAGGA WAGGA lauUiUnes 1Birectort . EI)e MWagga ?a1Agga Qxprea s GENERAL ?PRINTING OFFICE, PRITXINC TN every variety and style, with the utmost des .. patch. Handbills, Business Announcements, Merchants, Auctioneers,' and Tradesmen's Business Circulars, Cards, and Bill Headings, neatly displayed. Pamphlets Club Articles, and Society Reports, correctly and neatly executed. Every other description of Lotter.press printing eoutod in a superior style. - The following forms always on hand, for sale, viz: DISTRIGT COURT PAIINT NOTICB OF SET-OFF NOTIE OF.SPRCIAL DlEFENCB. dAFFIDAVITof Service of 80UMMON. AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK. [NTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at current I rates. Drafts isuned on all the Branches and Agencies in New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, Adelide, Tasmania, and New Zealand, also on Eng land, Ireland, and Scotland. W. A. COTTEE, Manager. Wogan Wagga, 1t september, 1864. BANK OF hEW5 SOUTHI WALES. FITZMAURICE & KINCAID STREETS. Drafts issued at Curr...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. VIA TORRKS SRAITS. "Express" Office, Monday 8th October, 1866. Noon [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 October 1866

ARRIVAL OF THE ENOlISH MAIL. VIA TORREB BRAITS. "Express" Ofife, Monday 8th October, 1866. Noon TuE English mail arrived in Queensland, via Torres Straits, with news from London to 2nd September. The Queen was in good health. The Atlantic cable is completed, and messa-. ges are continually passing. The cholera was spreading'in London. Reform meetings were being held in the principal proviucial towns throughout Eng land. Parliament was to be prorogued early in September. Renewal of Habeas Corpus Suspension Act has passed the House of Lords. A public dinner has been given to (Gover nor Eyro on his return from Jaimaica at South ampton. Lord Cowley has resigned his amB1assador ship at Paris. A Treaty of Peace has been signed between Austria and Italy. Venetia'has been ceded to Italy. France has formally demanded the Rheniu' provinces frm Prussia. Russia has proposd a convention, which has been declined.by Prussia, who has c~lled for aconlvention of the German Parliament. The Dutch Minis...

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RIVERINA RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 October 1866

RIVERINA RAILWAYS. NoTarmo operates more injuriously upon the ex panding trade of an inland district, or militates against the development of its internal resources, so much as slow, costly, and uncertain means of intercommunication within itself, and with the diistant markets on the sea board with which its trade is conducted. In Riverina, where roads can sIearcely be said to exist, and where the whole of the traffic, with the exception of that upon the lower reaches of the rivers during favourable seasons, is carried on by means of the primitive team; tlhis is especially true. There are two ways of remedying this state of things-by the introduc. tiodn of railways, and by improving the navigation of the rivers. Each plan possesses advantages peculiar to itself, and both, there is no question, will be eventually acted upon; but with the first of them only will we now deal. The cost of every article consumed in Riverina is enormously en hpced, and the value of every production in it ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 October 1866

BIRTH. On the 3rd instant, at Wagga Wagga, the WIFE of G. A. Elliot, Esq., of a SON. THE Wagga Wagga Express. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1866.

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MELBOURNE. POWERS, RUTHERFORD, & CO.'S REPORT. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 10, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 20 October 1866

MELBOURNE. PO WEl, RUTDrREPOlD, 4- Co.'s REPORT. WEDNEsDAY, OCT. 10, lff6, FAT CATTLE.-Number in 700. This wasrather a small supply, but the quality for the most part consisted of good to prime. The heavy supplies the last two weeks caused the market to open . rather dull, and sales at the commencement were only effected at about aInst week's rates. As busi ness proceeded, however, the demand became more brisk, and prices showed a considerable improve. moit, being fully 20s. ,er head higher than at the begmisn g. . The marke closed very ian yester day, although the quality then offering was onfy inferior and middling.' We sold 400 head of mixed sexes on.the station at £7 for bullocks, and £6 for cows. We quote * s.d. L a.d. Primebbullocks ... 10 10 0 to 12 7 6 (A few extra prime, heavy weights, to£18 2s. 6d.) Good bullooks ... ... 8 10 0 to 10 0 0 Middling ... .... ... 6 10 0 to 8 0 (1 Inferior do. ... ... 4 0 0 to 6 0 0 Prime cows... ... 9 0 0 tolO 10 0 0 (A few extra prime, heavy ...

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