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Correspondence. CHURCH MEETING. (To the Editor of the Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 November 1866

CHURCH 'MEETING. (To the Editorof the ErEapres.) S" Sl-I "the 2nd paragraph of a letter published in our issue of 17th, some noerinM g statements ,have cen made of my "Enlightoned" views, as to the osition of the National Sohool-master ;of the Waa Vaga School. Now, without asummng to m ye the intelligence possessed by. thatteacher, I still insist, that in both instances, thqstatemonts made by me at the Church meeting w en bstant ally true. The first atement I made tes, I That the mectinghad not the power to appoints Church warden on any other day than HEaster aiesday," for this opinion I haveo on less anauthoritýfhan one of the framers of the Church Act, as -ell la that ?of Sthe Bishop of Goulbourn, who has made enshsiry of the Chancellor of the Sydney Dicoese, ant that autlibrity says distinctly, that we have ndoower Sother than on Easter Tuesday to elect our Curch warden. This, I think, is sufficient proof i~ the orrectness of my first statement. My second statement was to the eff...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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ALBURY Race Meeting, 1867. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, 1st and 2nd JANUARY, 1867. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 November 1866

. " IRST DAY. rFE0 s.-Tas MIlDas FLSTXE. of 100 roer, for all maiden horses at the time of entrance ;: weight for ago; 1i miles. yominations will be receivJd by the Secietary from this' date, enelosteg £2;. bhlance of entry to be made good the night pro Sious to the first dal's racing, before 0 o'cluelU p.m. Winners .ol any advc?tisad prize after' nomination to carry dlb. extra; of two or more prikes, 71b extra To start at 1 o'clock. • Sccos? ]Alre.-Tn-u ALnrllY Tow.a P'IS'.r, of 100 oevs., with a aweep of £0 each, to go to the second horse, for all horsos, to h2 handicapped by the towaords or whom they may may uppoit. Two mites.. Nominations, by lett., with 1 sot. encloscd, to: ls delivered to tho kSecretary on or before thi; 19th November, by eight p.m. ,Wcights o to e declared on the 1st Dezumbor. Acceptancea wyfif balasic of cntrance nri oy, to be reecived by t::e teuretary on or before th :20th December." by sight p.m., or formrc deposit forfeited. The sweep to be made good thu...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Sydney Jottings. [?] CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 November 1866

ý'bneŽ 3lotttng . L -- -' ESPONDENT.] SuCn a scene has occurred in the Legislative As sembly on Friday night, when Mr. Macpherson resuscitated the State aid question, reminds an on looker more of some bear garden than a body of deliberative Legislators, "deliberative" I say, but, you must understand that I dd not libel the word deliberative by saying that our Assembly consists a deliberative body of men. Far from it. Never was t;hore.sucia.colilectionof nmen lackiun circumspe, tion to such an cxtent as do the supporters lanae opponents of State Aid, saving a few exceptions. L cannot do better than describe this almost in describable scene to the best of my ability. When the-call of the house was made there were seven teen hon. members who did not answer, but against these may be marked leave of absence in four or five cases. Several called "out, when. Mr. Isaacs name was called " fishing at North Head," but the poor gentleman referred to put in an appearance shortlTy ,terwards, and ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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WAGGA WAGGA ANNUAL RACE[?] WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER [?] [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 November 1866

WAGGA WAGGA ANNUAL S -- -._.- nibmonths past been THESE vicf - "1t t'ie sportsmen of the Mur -..f?lnc? thn daisy increasing interest, com the we' on Wednesday morninglast. The state of gave richer during the first three days of the week port na to some feelings of uneasiness that the Dark arlbt be interrupted by a downfall of rain. horizod0 heavy banks of cloud gathered about the overlhV and occasionally lowered threateningly returnM and"then cleared away again, only to night ever des"'.blacker than at first. At a "'" haloes or isty vpour encircled the vejy ntmospnu -"",-?the houses, and. th re wre eeemed palpable -.- thick, and Iuire were a ll I-lications of a• im• i -, chang1 On Tlesday ni g. the sky cleared ott, and it Ivas then hoped that this- roaking prognos ticatioe s of the weatherwise \-oull not be veerie .a. The following morning broke clear and bright, but in the course of te day a slight shower or two fell and just dampe the ground, but the rain held off until nikght, we...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Local Intelligence. THE PASTORAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 November 1866

THE PAST'O RA 21{," OW~. '.4 I P + ! Y ago ; fir the :eat imporltel Merino owa uItl ramn, of any ago; and fori tLe et Icrei,rdnl ow, t,r nt v Sthren years of ago. The show of !Hereford cattll was altogether p very poor one, only one ueinial), exhibited by eh. Leitch, obtaiifing a prize at all, and that only a second class one. In short-horn cattle, some splendid annial.n were exhibited, Mr. W. N. Woaler'8 blll, Admiral Rlouso and Guest. master, claiming particular attention for symmetry, breeding, and beuuty; Mr. G. A. Elliot's two roan cows were alo particullarly admired. In the classes for Merino sheep, Mr. M'eacansh came out in great force, and secured, as might have been anti cfpated, the lion's share of the prizes; his rams espeially were unapproachable, and were, un doubtedly, the gems of the show. For two-tooth Merino owes, however, lie was defeated by Mr. \. O. Windeyer, of Wantabadgery, for the first prize, and by Mr. Hammond, of Junee, for the se cond, both for pens of she...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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NOTICE TO CATHOLICS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 November 1866

eS wil' Le 1 4cLbrutr i nt 'agJ'a Wagga, 5u ," 25t. le 5h iilstuat;1 olaJ at ý5'ýggu"1YRg~or al) rh 2n.d ,u of th r0 . U'4llied'a 1 t $ u I.evrl4, Oenst of the OcII 1 Lr Cencpi. 1140 1 eccowb.r 6i:.. t N. '.. Coinm a Ie, I.Leoela,ýat1ed',ItI1 ccemD * .?te~1 r";-7; .:r iisTUvrutDýY,ý NEOYnBER;2x 1866.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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[?] [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 November 1866

1novr ha ioodly crop of thistles are n the centre of the course, and if: measurei are not taken for their extirpatiosn before they seed, they will soon spread over and choke up the whole ground A ,littlo labour jo dicious'y. a-pen?o d now would soon get dld of them, whereas, if they are allowed to remain a few months longer, the employment of ten times as much labour will hot be suflicient to keep them down. After the conclusion of the Hurdle Race on.Thursday, Howlett, the rider of White Squall, made nee of some strong remnarks in reference to the riding of Pimsticker by Madden, at the first leap, and asserledthat ii he had beoon in Mladdens place he would have taken the horse over. Thie resulted in a bet, that he could not make good his boast attho first attempt, and as soon as the race for the Forced Handicap was over, he mounted Pin sticker, and some hundred and fifty persons went down to the leap to witness his skill. He brought the horse up within a hundred yards of the hurdles...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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INTERCOLONIAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 November 1866

INTIe.iCidOlUIAL Exl?ZBI'1ION. Toesay that the Exhibition in Melbourne has been ," a great:success," is but to award faiantpraise. -t has been isi'e-it .hi been a triumph and a vic tory. . I honoselu'-t thoa' who first devised the noble scheme,. andl desjite: hoesand contendiiig influences, have successfully ?arriedrit out to its presciit .riliin oiiisdmmation.5 ''When-we call it a brillinut ';ohsnummaeion,-e t it not, however, be eupiposd that i is only -adazzling show. It hias 'ar, hil ur claims to our admiration than those n.hIich are iderive.ed fiom the mere glitter of fine i ihts, or th 'tinsel of a merely gorgeouis display. 'ithe practical character of the Exhibitiodn, as it forms one of its chief attractions, constitutes one of its main eaellenicieu. ..It were: e'sy to supply p ,of aithis; indeed the diffliulty lies in selec t.on' :Ase we rctid th'e ?ecouiits supplied` by our Melbourii oinfitemporries, we are aloist he ' wildlereilt ithe variety of materials for interating ti...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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SECOND DAY. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 November 1866

SECOND DAY. THURSDAY, NOVEsIBsa 21. On Wednesday night the rain came down in heavy driving storms, which continued at inter vals throughout the whole day on Thursday The attendance upon the course was much thinner than upon the previous duy. A fatality seemed to attend the hour fixed upon for saddling, for no sooner did the bell ring than lowering clouds swept up from the south, and discharged regular sheets of water upon the unhappy jockeys and cowering spectators. Tihe water lay several inches deep round the booths, stand, and entrance to the saddling paddock, and the runningg r.uro l upon the course for the. rnataewater, which flew from .nertres0-'s 'heels in streams, and plastered the hindmost }oel:eys and horses in one common coat ing of chocolate brown. A little after one o'clock the horses drew up to the post for the First Race.-The Wagga Wagga Town Plate of 150 sovs., with a sweep of ten sovs. each added, for all horses to be handicapped by the Stewards, or whom they may app...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 November 1866

r; " . _ _-.:. ' ý:"" +<i.. "v~,. . .-.ra. ; i GUROOREET, WCAGGOA G : TO2PRSONS F"UR NiNs 'ccivAdaLarge end well-selecte, stock of avig.s Photoograplijc Copies red Pr I Albums, &., &c., ::-`iat moderate prices. S..£100 F. WA.D. Q1llH Murrumbide vtd X u T rschia y^^ i h~r 0Ca Cattle JL nd Sheop Stealinni pr.eovibn o?sociatiou. Hereby f'er a reward of 4t,10 to n A n3so orarn. sons. who will .givo . /ch infrm npio; orpa' Iend to the apprehension tnd conotiortn. oI n?'l stealing Ulraoe, ,ttlr or eop the prop it of a0'" member of the obovotAh sor on . , LIST OF IEMlqv'S ~ Wm. molosac , E 1.P. A. 1. John Laitolalu . sq J?. . . D ?i s-, T. W. llamr?pd- k'3qJ:P fland 'ijither'a John Gordoi, E ,J.P.' i . ClardwlI; E aq;' W, o. WinV.hr7 Csq JO. John Stinsn, Esq. G. Forsyth;. JP. H' G. Lintott, Esq. .. II. Wallis, sq., J.P John Donnelly, Esq.. John Hlolloway, lJsq., J.P. John Cox, Esq. Lavendcr an" Wilkinson; Rach and Coffin. E.- O. Pearson,, sq. John I ntterson.Esq,...

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Police Court. TUESDAY—NOVEMBER 20. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 November 1866

So0lire court. TUESDAYT-NOVEMBER 20." (Before the Police Magistrate.) ,aDEcEBc.--Mary Ann Shea appeared on sumn sous to answer the complaint of John Shea, for indecency. Complainant did not appear, aid pris oner was discharged. WEDNrsDAVY-NoVEEI?R 21. (Before the Police Magistrate.) EM :zzLOIL.T. T.J, lottcf was W roughti on t!e :hboo charge, and, at$.h'h rve rst of ??r Wili:. , clie appeared for thelTinhk elir\CW? Soth ,Valc:, and of 'the p'isoner hitief, was re?.,ined Iuui .Mondy' next., : . nceitao4-Novistacnr22. (Before'the -Police ?tIogistrat'.) ?3 dAuVLT.-John rletchoi ras e brought yir c ." pl eo of the a'bove seture,i and }vWa discharge S

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DISPACTH OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 November 1866

y"i7".. 'ulal n M1 vnIziur -Every dayd 11 rniiclil\. i 1 ' 1 dar n nud 'lie dsB; n u:. 3l.t. - ulndi itrI ,i, uresvi 10 naih .tlliirruuJ.. O:i .-blnn":as .i d `dnc'idi'V "A1331ti1 A7 X3AOO3, 33AOGA 131333 1.31--3e day it ,13 n3m. 333 Wrd3333d3 i3'ptrln t» 131 I)crnliqui i -- a ly arid` nn ll'rrin5sdu1, :rruiidarr, ail If 1. '-Sundaya ad ui dit a\ed'y, 1 p 3. Ju;rc,. 3.d 31'rriit'urL2413-b~ii:day uiitd Thursd.ay/, ILttrr a-d;:"(rrccr},tin};, for u·;."1,:lt quire NJ be ( n i t itrai't3 e 1u u 1nit' uliar tre a" 'fe tu3iciii33 d·a- I '1 dll 3 ha~i-l cI n brj'"morel l33 3.3333333 Ott lie d "'1'h3 rnlgu iln 133uil'o33 233331o32 n 33 3l in tin t ,36h of3 apiti. r. .?3J1 r I.'. aLnt-g oin te2 i. frn333 :cI & i 3 fuixed c 3-3. tr"14 13 3333 33133. month.j 33.) 331103 3

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

AND GENM BRA L PR.INTING OF ICtE, • .,tn ,) ^. ,i ..t.ntna PRXNTIXC TN eT ery vaiety and style, with the utmost des. S*ratch. Handbills, Business Announcements, Merchants', Auctioneere,' and Tradesmen's-Business Circnlars, Ca' a , andl.Bill Hcadiiigs, neatly displayed. . '.llr;pllots, -'ilb Articles, and Socioty, Roports, ,.orrootly'edni1itry executed. SEvIery 'o.'??i description of Lqtter.prcss printing xccuted in a superior style. T.The following forms always on hand, for sale, Til:-t .DISTRICT COURT PLAINT NOTllC OF SET-OFF. nOTI'.1E.OF SPECIAL IEFENCE. AI'TFDAl TI of Service of SUIIMOy. S AUSTRALIAN :; JOINT ST.OCK RANK. I TEREST allowed on fixed dpdeasitsaht' cirrent rates. Drafts isud on all.. the.. Branchs and" Agencies in Nowr South.Wales, Queensliid, Victoria, Adelaide, Tasmania, and New. Zealand, also on Eng and, Ireland, and. Scotland. --.. -mW,A. ACOTTEE, lMdnagor. SWagga ~Vagga., 13th September, 1864; : . - "BANK OF ITZLMAVRICE & KINCAID STREETS. Draaj iKrued at...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 November 1866

OCTOI3ER QUARTER. r`ý',crr-1s ft'k}i others in (lt-r t1VR -. lt-,ll' if/( r Sthwat the October a'ter termnina ted on the L, ult. Prompt settl? Vt of accounts is ear tly solicited. -. j. BENTLEY.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 November 1866

~iCISuI 'I't) Ct I{Jlb'i Ni S\'1S !, i t· nuulu Z'I)·!isa f iasrteit+ athiis jtrtnnl nIntt I (u ttI:iir taell u LB Edtnl .1.. be uctutmpauud ' Bt t'~t.rcL I nnmuj inii ,f' S Ihc uritar,noit uctraget41v mrir jpuibliin in ui, ý u I IIIIcIIe oi Ko1 Iit.ithl '('nr1 pneeieec A..,· bec kept witlhit luusurL~tld linsils;unll lid ,"rc u Ittaide·rationl wili niciythitig (If I Itc p1e 1euoi.) "t 8I'll.lrriiIua act urnI iinil~l illc:rlliton. In thle o..lnn ,.i r· jurcttl.l enn uullii" catiote ; the dlittr ittitti 3tt `tat tie Ith IUIeu nrthult utlanlsr:ril. '

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

MARRIED.   At St John's Church, Wagga Wagga, on Tuesday         the 18th instant, by special license, by the Rev S.     ???, GEORGE LAYCOCK, farmer, of Wagga Wagga to ???N MORTON, widow, also of Wagga Wagga.  

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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MELBOURNE. POWERS, RUTHERFORD, AND CO.'S REPORT. Melbourne, November 21, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 1 December 1866

MELBOURNE. POWEOS, RUTHEROED, AND C00.'8 REPORT. Melbourne, November 21, 1860. Fat Cotile;-Number in, 808. This supply was just about equal to requirements, the greater portion being from good to prime. A draft of Mr. MtcRae's, from the Darling, were the best in. They were very prime in quality, and good weights, and indeed in every way, have seldom been surpassed in the Mel bourne yards. The consumption for beef still con tinues very limited, so that, although the supply could not be considered large, there was no apparent im provementin prices, sales being rather dull all through. The market closed tolerably firm yesterday, prices being much about the same as at the commencement. We have sold 107. Quotations- 895. d; £ s d. Prime bullocks ...... 0 10 0 to Ii 0 0 Good quality do .... 7 10 0 :to 9 0 0 Middling and inferior do. .. 410 0 to 7 0 . 0 Prime cows.. ...... 8 0 0 to 9 0 0 Gcod do. .. ...... 6 10 0 to 7 10 0 Mliddling and inferior do... 3 16 0 to 6 0 . 0 Fat Sheep.--Number i...

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DENILIQUIN. Friday, November 23, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 1 December 1866

D?sN~ILIQUIN. Friday, November 23, 1860. The showers of last week have, as we hear from an overlander, freshened up the young grass, which is to. be found gently showing itself among the lighter and driedup feed. Bush fires are likely to be very pre valnat 'this season, consequent upon summer following so repidly the fine spring rains, and teamsters.and others passing through the runs cannot be too careful in extinguishing their fires, or deplorable consequences may follow the neglect of this precaution. Station holders are giving notice of their intention to put the law in force against all persons who may be found to disregard this very important matter. The fall in cattle and sheep in the Victorian markets has caused the stockowners on tbe Maequaris and Castlereagh, from whence we draw large supplies of fat cattle, to hold on for a short time, in the hope that better prices may prevail, but some of the sheepowners on over stocked runs willhave to send their surplus fat sheep as t...

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 — 1 December 1866

Nets. of tijc M1teek. TarE disease which has affected the wheat crops in the Hunter district, turns out to be not rust but blight. Entire paddocks appear with the wheat of a white, soft, spongy nature, and without any grain. The destruction of the crop in the district is reported to be al most general.-The other evening, a party of four gentlemen, talking a stroll along the beach at Cleveland BaRy by m'oonlight, came across the tracks of a large turtle, on following which a capture was made of oue weighing 2001bs. A gentleman, on the Bowen River, Queens land, has succeeded in capturing an alligator, 17 feet in length. The notion that a ball will not penetrate through the hide of the reptile is erroneous, as it was a bullet from a double-barrelled gun that proved fatal to this one.-A desperado, known as Yellow George has been recently captured by constable Coo per, of the V\ alcha police. He is a half caste, and has been charged with rape. He would not surrender, and he was fired at ...

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