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AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR THE REGISTRATION OF BRANDS. [ASSENTED TO, 5TH OCTOBER, 1866.] Preamble. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 November 1866

AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR THE REGISTRA TION OF BRANDS. [AssENTED TO, 5T11 OcroEna, 1800.] Preamble. WHeREAs it is expedient to provide for the Registration of Brands used in branding Horses and Cattle. Be it therefore enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty by and with the advice and consent of the Le gislative Council and Legislative Assembly of New South Wales in Parliament assembled and by the authority of the same as fol lows: Interprctation. 1. The following terms in inverted com mas shall for the purposes of this Act bear the meanings set against them respectively uuless the context otherwise indicate "Horse "-Any horse mare gelding colt filly ass or mole. "Cattle "-Any bull cow ox heifer steer or calf "Register"-The Register Book contain ing a list of the brands of horses or cattle re gistered:with the Registrar of Brands. "Proprietor "-The registered proprietor of any brand. " Brand "-The impression of any letter sign or character branded on any horse or cattle. "Brand Dir...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 November 1866

RULES. 1. The Australian Jockey Club ;Rules strictly ad. hered to . 2 The decisions of the stwards to be final. 3. No horse allowed to win a prize unless the party entering nsd the bona fide owner be.each' a subscriber of £3 3s. to the funds. 4. Entrance 10 per cent on amount of prize,'uihless otherwise specified. 0_ Three entries or no race. between th'tlhoturdr-r-+t?atbs ciae ascfied, must be previous to each day's racing. "7. Colors tobe named at time of entrance,'or afine of £4 will be strictly enforced. - 0. 8 Each jockey must be qualified by a. subscription of I sov. to the funds, or the horse be rides will be disqualified. 9 Any horse walking over for a prize will only re ceive half the amount; if only two horses start no money will be given to second horse. 10. All riders to appear in clean jockey costume, oilidrwiso a'fine of £3 3s. will be impocod. JAMES LAYTON, Trenaurer. GEORGE..DAY, Secretary.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 November 1866

OFr 'Ill: A\ LhisIV AL ENGLISH MAIL, VIA SUEZ. &cr(grapi)tr. The fhlloing was ilued as asn Extraordinary I-s?t £Moda) : .Ex'rser Offi.''. Sat. F,.15. Great Fire in ti.e Minories. Reform Meetings. L:ger woti by Lord Lyon. Further ri e in Wool and Tallow. Floods in France.; Canada preparing for Fenians. Old Atlantic Cable Working. Tins Pueinsuia and Oriental Company's Stealmer reached Adelaide this ('aturda.)) laoruing witli the EuI;lish Imails. '1 he Qieen has Ibee visiting Scotland. The ,enains of the late Prince de Conde Iave beeni buried at Waybridge. A great fi.e has oeuirredl in the Mieno les, cauling the destruction ul 'pruperty to the value of two hindrei thousand pounds JItforurm meetiags countiuned to be holden. A gland ba.quet has been given to John B ight iln Dulli.. Lord Lyon won the St. Leger. Wool three-lialfp'uce higher; tallow has advanced four po~tds, anti all Australian produce elshows a upward tendency . Poasia has anuexed Hamover, and a treaty of peace has...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 November 1866

TAILORING. Love and Roberts BEO respectfully to inform their friends and cus tomers thatthheyl iave in connection with their Establishment a TAzLIORI?rG DEPAnRTMENT, under the management of Mr. FrTzsrauoe;. Garments made up at a few hours' notice and a fit guaranteed. A 'lot of nice TwEEns (English and Colonal). DOmsKINe, MELTONS, DRILLs, SurPERFINEB lLCK CLOTIU, &C., to select from. 0i Ordersefrom the'country punctually attended to. RACES WAGGA ;WAGGA ANNUAL RACES, UNDER THE DIRECTION OP THE MURRUMBIDLEE TURF CLUB. To come off on the Wagga Wagga Racecourse, on the 21st and 22nd November, JUDGE: STEWARDS. W. O. WInDEToE, Esq., J.P. JouN LEITCH, Esq., J.P. J. H. WALLIS, Esq., J.1'. JOHN HOLLOWAY, Esq., J.P. T. W. IIsAMoDn, Esq., J.P. W. N. WALLDn, Esq. J. P. H. G. LINTOTT, ESQ. A. A. DEVLIN, EsQ. t. B. WILKINSON, EsQ. TREASURER: Mn. P. HANN. HON. SECRETARY: Mn. 0. A. ELLIOT. CLERK OF THE COURSE: IMn. D. BEBOIN. FIRST DAY. FIRST RACE. THE MURRUMBIDGElI ST: LEDGER of 75 sovs. w...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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THE RIVER NAVIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 November 1866

TH?E RIVER NAVIGATION. Foen some tieic past active preparations have been in progress; undei' the direction of hIr. LAnA'rr, the Superintenlent of the Governmnent Snagging party, for clearing a navigable channel iii the Murru mbidgeo, bctwe pý a " r'io s taown. ":Thae ?r.c .- oh almost invariably marks thoslZuration of our summer, may now be fairly isasumed to have se6tin,.and as most of the snow h: i by this time disappeared from the moun tains, the water may be expected to speedily fall to its ordinary snumner level, and thus afford, until the autnuun and winter rains, most favourable Sopportunities for pushing on with the work. SSeveral punts have been built at ounlagai, and have been provided with powerful tackle and uther appliances for raising the snags. These punts have been floated down to different points on the stream, and some of them are now daily expected here, it having been decided by air. MoutAtryv tlat the clearing opeomtions should be commenced at Wagga Wagga, and ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 November 1866

HOLLOWAY's OINTMENT AND PILLS, a certain ' -remedy for diseases of the skin-Ringworm, scurvy, scrofula, or king's evil, sore heads, and the most inveterate skin diseases to which the human race is subject, cannot bo treated with a more safe and ,'specdy remedy than Holloway's Ointment and . ills, which act so leeuliarly on the constitution, .and so purify the blood tlat those diseases are o., oeadicated from the system, and a lasting cure is -:obtained. They.are equally efficacious in the cure ". of tumours, burns, scalds, glandular swellings, Sulcerous wounds, rheumatism, contracted and stiff oints. These medicines operate mildly and surely ' he cure effocted by them is not temporary or ap. . 'pirent only, but complete and permanent.-?A-v. MU1RRUMBIDGEE TULU' CLUB. 7WA GGA FWAGGA ANNUA?I RACES. L IST OF CHARGES of admission to the Race course, on the 21st and 22nd instants: For every buggy,' or other four-wheeled vehicle, Js. For every gig, dog-cart, or other two-wheeled vehicle, S...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Court of Quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 November 1866

outtrt of tiuarter ~0e0ioit . Ti.s? court was opened, orn Tuesday morning last, )7 his Honor Judge Francis. M \ir. Forbes, who acted as Crown Prosecutor, and lIr. Stephen were t.he only barristers in attendance. Immsediately after the jury list had been called over. MIr. Forbes rose, and read a paragraph from the Exsrnss of the 27th ult., in Which allu sion was nmade to the dissatisfaction caused by the capricious selection of jurors for the Circuit and District Courts, and pointing out that, while some gcntlemen hIid been called upon to act as jurors at oseveral courts in succession, other gentllemen, equally liallce, had never been called upon at all. It was then suggested, as a remedy for this, that the whole jury list should be systematically gone through, either alphabetically or otherwise in order that no more than a fair shlare of the work should be cast upon any one individual. Mr. Forbes re ferred to the population of the two districts of Cundagai and W\agga Wagga, as evidl...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 November 1866

Rocal[ ntelligence. THE POLICE AND THE CATTLE DUFFERS.-O- n Wednesday evening last, at a meeting of the mem bers of the Cattle Stealing Prevention Association, held at the Australian Hotel, it was decided that, subject to the approval of the Inspector General of Police, a reward of £10 should be paid to Sergeant Carroll, and of £5 to each of the constables whose active exertions resulted in the capture and con viction of the cattle-stealer McGowan, at the last Assizes. The stolen beast in this instance, did not bclosig to a member of the Association, and by their riles they were not, therefore, bound to pay hadtaken extraordinary pains in bringing the charge any reward upon the conviction of the thief; but as the police had been for some time watching, and home, we are glad to perceive that their serviece have not been allowed to pass unrecognised. We believe-that there is some regulation in connection with the police force which directs that all rewards payable to the members there...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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District Court. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 November 1866

istrict ltt Tis, Court was opened at 10 4loc on Wednesda morning last, by his Honor J?,o Francis. Thor wore fifty-two eases set dodwit triali but vory large proportion of them wor ither settled out of court or wore disposed of'adc inued cases for the next sittings. T he first case led on was G. Foisyth v. John Brook bill of exchange, £74'16s; 5d. Mr. Willais fcplaintiff. The. de. fondant did not appear, and aerdict for the plahi tiff was given by default. " G. Forsythlr-. . O!Donnell, e sold. £412s. 9d. Mr..Wilans for plaintifl ' defendant'in this' case was e prisoner of the Cr in Goulburn gaol. The service of the sumreons, nd the delivery of the goids.wore proved, 'id verdict given for plaintiff. ,' G. Forsythl v. R. Wise, lance of accovntý for goods sold, promissory . . to, and money lent4 £.'2 15s. Mr. W\illanoe `fr intiff. Verdict for plaintiff by default.., J•ohn Hurl' v. Ieaojbr rGilli proisseory, noter ý''yY1 tiFZ it F. AA; Tompson v., Johnny DIoit, goods sold, 11i 17s Gd. Mr...

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RAMS. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 November 1866

To the ?ilor of the "Expres. Sue, -A there-is to be a show of rams on Mon day nea?t, and as it is? likely that there will be a gre at many sheep farmers present upon.the oc casion, and ? as I have been closely connected with wool and- sheep for the last forty years, I have taken the liberty of offering a few remarks of my own, backed by tbhopinions of an eminent breeder in England, on the points of a good ram. A good ram then, should Ihave a muscular, but soft, coun tenance ; thio neck ought neither to be too long nor too short; the breast should be well thrown for ward; the forelegs should'be wide and expansive. Many breeders lose sight of one of the most im portant points in breeding, viz., the shoulders, which should be wide and properly put on, as though they were part and portion of the animal; the loins ought to be compact and wide, and the tail properly placed on; the back hone straight, and the legs not too long. Another great and im portant point to be observed is the wool,...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Court of Requests. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 November 1866

Court of i&vquect,. MoxDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1866. (Bcfore the Police Magistrate and F. A. Tomluson _____ abý+T Noik an'ed labour, £0; -•'Y0ie or oplas" isstniff. J. Gormley v. G. Hunter, goods sold and' de: livered. Verdict for plaintitf, £5 3ss. 5dA. WiUiam Gambier v. W. Pike, money lent, £7 16s. Verdict for plailntiff by default. James Gormley v. W. Walsh, goods sold £6. Verdict for plaintiff. Brooker and Payne v. E. Johnstone, goolds sold and delivered, £6 19s. 5d. Verdict for plaintiff. Brooker and Payne v. James Robins, goods sold and delivered. Verdict for defendant with 7s. costs. There were fiteen cases altogether, but the re nsainsiig ones were cither strtuck out, settled, or ad journed until the nesxt sittings of the Court.

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Correspondence. THE LATE CHURCH MEETING. (To the Editor of the Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 November 1866

(!otvesýpoulttetce. THE LATE CHIURCH MEETING. (To the Editor of the Exnprese.) '.Sn,,-Ii your report of the adjourned mceting hohld in the Court-house. nn Tacst?ay, 6th.instant, for the pSurpao or appointing a churchwarden for ,Ot. John's 'hurch, you havr so mystified the.pro. - ?"codlngc-by ' r-pprsosn, h,.ltr,?ln*-.?.. ,,-;" position, as to suggest the idea of your having lost eoither your notes or your memory; for, I should obe sorry to impute to you the intention of wilfully attempting to trim a report for the purpose of mis chief. Yet, Sir, does it not occur to you that there iso sufficient or it+, ý _,,l- · .s t llttio~ ':paragraph, fourth eoflurin,;:to admit nlJ any, vile" construction which your- readers, accoSrding to' t.fancy, might put uipon it 2 What intcrestiig in formation "our reardeorscangleari froni' itmay be 'd lear to the edlitorial chair; but it is far from patent to the unenlightened public to say that "Mir. Whitehand made reference to the last speaker, but ,did...

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Police Court. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 November 1866

0oltre ®ourt, - o - MosDAY, NOvarMBE 12, 1S66. (Before the Police Magistrate and G. Forsyth, Esq., J.P.) HORSE-STEALING AT NARANDERA.-Thomas Coynle was brought up on remand on the above charge from Hay. The evidence taken before the Hay Bench was read over tio the prisoner, and was as follows :-Thomas Donald stated that he was senior sergeant of police at Hay, and from information re ceived from Narandera arrested the prisoner. In the warrant, the prisoner was charged with stealing a bright bay mare, fifteen hands high, hog mane, black points. No brand was given in the informa tion. The prisoner's mare is branded JF (con joined) near shoulder. Prisoner said he had two mares when he left Narandera, but that lie had sold one at Mr. Learmouth's station. This concluded the evidence taken at Hay. George Williams was then sworis and said that he kept a restaurant at Narandera,and prisoner boarded with him, and had been carrying on business as a saddler. The bay mare outside the Court and ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. DESPATCH FROM WAGGA WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 November 1866

TDEIpATCH IOM WAOGA VAWAOOA. 'To o'0rtettta. Sydney and Melbourne.-E:very day t: 4 pi ni: ?''hursday ocerpted 'Uranat and : Deniliqiin. -- londay and Thursday, IOn.m. NIarnrdiarn anti Hay.-Monday and Thiredayv; 10 n.m J uneo" and l'urrumnburrah. - blunday and Wednesday 6 a m. AlltRIVE AT WAOOA WAGOA. From Tariutta.-Every" day at 0 a.m., Wednesday excepted. Uranna and Deniliquin. - Sunday and Wednesday, 3 p.m; Narandarn anrd Tay. -Sunday and Wednesdny, 3. p.m. Junco rnd. Murarumburrah.-Sunday anrd Th'uraday, :.( p.m. 'etters &e. (excepting for June.t , riqulir to be l olted half an hour before the s eu:ified time of des I': Ith' o the mails, or uplonaliing a sixpenny stamp upt to a qum:ter of an hour previons. Letters &e., for i.Jutinoe require to Ibe posted by half past tine on the everaig prvittious toi depaleh. ;:Th i rtglishi mail's date of arrival is the Ifith of each i' itb. The out-going mail from Sydney is :falked, i the 24th tft cant niontlh.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 November 1866

WAGGA WAGGA 3u sitteý IBitecttý. AND GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, IN every variety and style, with the utmost des .Jpsatch. Handbills, Business Announcements, IMerchants'; etisoero,' nao'rnm?d menn's Busiuc ars, .t * "and Bill Headings, contly ,pg m 4 hsid1uArtisfelsan correctly and neatly executed. - Every other description of Letter-press punting zaiited in a superior style. The .following forms always on hand, for sale, JDISTRICT COURT PLAINT NOTICE OF SET-OFF NOTICE OF SPECIAL DEFENC~E. AFFIDAV IT of Service of SUMMllONrV. AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK. - INTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at current I I rates. Drafts isued on all the Branches and Agencies in Now South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, .delaide, Tasmania, and New Zealand, also on Eng and, Ireland, and Scotland. W. A. COTTEE, Manager. Wagga Wagga, 13th September, 1861. BANK OF .FITZMAURICE & KINCAID STREETS. Drafts issued at Current Rates, on Brsanches bin New South Wales j Queensland Victoria I New Zealand. England...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 November 1866

> OCTOBEcW ·IER. Subscribers and others in debted to the Wagga Wagga Express, are in .formed that the October Quarter terminated on the 27th ult. Prompt settle ment of accounts is ear nestly solicited. J. BENTLEY. Nov. 2. 1S(;6. NOTICE TO CATHOLICS. JI;|ASS will be celebrated at Mr. Thelan's, Oherna S 'a'nirilta, on Tuesday, 20th instant. At Mr. IDonnelley's, BIorambulea, Wednesday, 21st instantl . At \Wagla W'ayg, Sunday, the 2ith instant; also, at Wagga Wagga, on Sunday, the 2nd I)ecember. At .11r. W. u'liuna's The Levtel, " Feast of the I anllaulate ('enceiption," I)ccemb.,r 8th. At .Mr. hi. Coman'e, 'thie Lt 'ele, Sunday, Decom. her 11th. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1866,

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 November 1866

NOTIJCE 'TO COl1?JiESPON)DEJN'?E S. A. ., mmlonicnations for insel tin i n this journal must o r addresseo d to the Edit:o, nuld ho necotnpanied • by thiaireal name and addr1lis3 of the writer, not necransarily for publihotion, but as a gnaranutee of good faith. Cotoreponde*ce must he kept within Sreaso:nble limits, and under no consideration will Siavthing of a meorly personal nr surriloui natolre find insorlion. In the case of rejecled comnmuni cations, the Editor cannot undertake the return of Ilhe mnu?tscrlpt.

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 November 1866

"1V'aUa Ezpree8. ` ; YY a; ý' 'e*gn affeirn tendered ' ~ h",J~Y't $ tieirn~e and".was re 4iet.r~ presePt' Frenchi tink Muien, nDrouyn ui>'hh conduct of =uif zot i is is , , r. ive his (i'r '2" 11. Ci~ owcr. :La .i3$titut1 or Mono. de ' i~fi;^i ri~riii - ; 'ij e froma y. 'o hc., '. l . liave to ii' o ;ri ';t, ne . rid? e of(r of Dlps. ro iv o de a' rte t e rl atnd .gavenr.-e to ni e . S no m'Say that . mfnhsteiver' nbuchli ^xedfit the oft Bir irk, wiae rrging. c' Enperor o'aree war on Pr'ssia," ac that, his vis determine 1 to hItu, ni r-ithievery ;r'the present n orn er LI at .his atten. ny irnh lie diverted from lii. darlin3 "?,i?e .xhibitioiof i8(6.. Hloweveri. , his. is,., tlit .tler ex-rminist.'r.of Jries iand Oln: Rtnier ye't - the:' ItRioainq te e ion, thie 1rttcr I thii? iblnvint on of the 1'ciir of '.p ,co nrrierll.;'to to e fetter, I 17 for tie Pro'orta' toa krqnire "" ' f s'ahoe'h'alitih sans's l e ihnr.t"n131 of tii Nra-; ' Tt i. rnnooreid ih:.t >hil ?±1orn &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 November 1866

SQUATNG PROIRtTIES R SALE( NANGU STATI?ONbo00 acres, on thu rth side of MLurrudgee liiver, with 10? cattle and 3000 --or with out sto -c I RON? O G -on0 moiety-000, uboute 3, miles orth of Wagga "W A AB djoiniagathu . t. Cald | -Qlt,"-lsq.n the Bland cout -ARRENCO'ILLY SOCH-atthe junction of 2umut and Rivid Yarren gobilly ; a most extensiVyo mer run, abundantly raesed, and wal by num erous tributrios. EACAN CREEK STATN-about 20,000 acres, adjoining Man ?, .nearly all enclosed ~nd subdivided 4beep-proof fences.. with 5000 sheep a?000 choice -. . . Iýd m b e, ,, TEMORA STA-ION- 200,000 aeros, about 50 miles nort'f Wagg WaggWag05gWs gg THE ROCK STATION-~oo neree, with extensivo improvemente, S Mn'shasll Mlotel and premises, on tho"iu. l Crok: Tlhe cbove ta-o ron are a0~ning, and. would suaka 2rst;rat" sheep',tutry by." fencing sub ditisione. TRICALONCr rea, 20,OCO a0o, saltbuah and loree countr?. about b me from the Lachlan River j a nfro back ru or funoing in.ofe. n COORADICBER Setati...

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WAGGA WAGGA FREEMASONS. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 November 1866

WAGGA WAcGGA FREEMAS0NS. To the Editor of the Express. SIo,-Having observed in your last week's issue a most undeserved and insulting attack on the Masonic body of Wagga Wagga, of which I have, the honorto be a member, I shall feel obliged if yo` will allow me to inform the writer thereof that blin fore he attempts to vilify a society, of whose prini ciples he is profoundly ignorant, he will do well to inform himself (if in his power) more thoroughly as to the character of an institution whose portals are, doubtless, closed to such as himself. Mr. Poulton is, of course, too intelligent a man to he unaware of the fact that Masonic influence could have had nothing to do with the hair splitting which seems to have caused him so much indignation, and I may be allowed to say that any observations tending to cast a reflection on such an institution as Free masonry, fromi such, or any source, are simply im pertinent. I am, Sir, Yours &c., A FREEMASON. Wagga Vagga, iovember 23rd, 18...

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