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GRENFELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 March 1868
OSENFELL. Flour, per ton, £11 to £12 Bran, per buahel, Is Maiie, ditto, 4) 6d to 6i Hbv, per ton, £8 Chaff, ditto, £6 Oati, per buabel 4s 6d Potatoes, very soaroa
COURT OF REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 March 1868
Court of Requests. FniDAvi March 6th. — Before the Police Magistrate, E. O'Mara Esq., and E. G. Brown Esq.j.J.P.'s. . There wera 17 ca323 entara;l for trial bat six of of them .ware settled out of court; in one (Carberry v, Conrick,) the summons, had not been served ; in anotSer (t alder v. John ?Boy d) the court -had no jurisdiction'; -nnd'-3k .third (Falder v. Thomas Boyd saaior) wa3 adjourned till next sittings. Tho following ' wero dealt with. Abraham Watson v. J. T. V. Walker, for' good? soid, 9'.. 13s. 2d. 2'.. Hs. 6d., had been tendered to plaintiff in '-settlement but had been refused. ? Defendant thaa paid tha amount into court. Verdict for plaintiff for amount paid into court, without costs. R. N. Newman v. John Morris pro nots 7/. Verdict for plaintiff for amount claimed and costs 6a. John Hassit v. J. IC. Morrison, broacn of contiaet 10 . Verdict for plaintiff for 3.'. and costs G3. Nicholas Carberry V. William Smith and wife, butchers account 2'. 33. Verdict for plainti...
TUMUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 March 1868
.TUMUT. FitiDAY', Masch 6ra — Bafore tho Police Magistrate, .? ' . ? Mary Hughes pleaded guilty to being drank in public and was ordered to pay u fine of 5s., of be imprisoned 21 hours. E. Oiiara v. B. V. Blake, for usihg abusive language towards the said E. O'Mara in a | public place, whereby a breach of the peace might have bean occasioned. . This case was adjourned till Friday the 13th March. Saturday 7th March. — Thomas Smith pleaded guilty to being dvunl; in public, and wn3 ordered to pay a fine of Ss. or ba impri soned 24 hours. Wednesday Maech 11th.— Joseph Allatt pleaded guilty tn using obscene language iu a public place, and was ordered to pay a line of £2, in default to be imprisoned 3 (.Uys.
YASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 March 1868
\TAS8. Flour, fine, por ton, £16 . . .-.. :j Baconda ditto £16 .;.?.?. , Hay ditto, £3 Bran, per buabel, la . : Wheat ditto, 4i 6d to £? Uaiie ditto, 8a 6d to 4a 8d ' .. Oata ditto, 8a 6d to 4l 6d ; Fotatoei, per owt., 8i
BURRANGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 March 1868
BUBSAHraONO. ' , Flour, per ton, £13 to £14 H.y ditto, £3 to £4 . ,.„...._ Bran, per bushel, la Haiie ditto, 4- to 4t 6d „ ; Oata ditto, 3i 6d to 4i .':'.?'? 2 otatooi, per ton, £13 .......
WAGGA WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 March 1868
WAOOA WAQQA. Flour, fine, per tin, £12 to £13 Oata, per buahel, 4s to 6a Haiie, ditto 6a to 6a Wheat, ditto, 4a to 4s 6d Potatoes, none Hay, per ton, £4 to £5
AN INDIAN'S REVENGE. CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 March 1868
AN INDIAN'S REVENGE. Chapteh V, The Indian's muscular strength was wel known, and he essayed, since he could not open the door, to burst it in. He now found that it was not the lock which held it, but that a bolt had been drawn across it on the inside. Ascertaining exactly the position of this bolt, he passed his arm through the grating, and gently pushed it back. But in so doing he made a slight noise, nnd a rustle from within told him that he had disturbed its inmate. He advanced, however, into the room, fearing not but the next moment his betrothed would be in his arms. Reaching the bed, ho stretched out his arms to clasp her. It was strange ! they encountered no thing. The bed was empty, but warm He longed to whisper through the darkness, ' Rosy Morn, it is Dacotah,' but prudence forbade it; he dared not yet reveal his presence, lest another than his betrothed should be there. Determined, however, to unravel the mystery, he commenced, with one hand feeling round the wall of the ...
INDIGNATION MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 March 1868
! Indignation Meetings. . Indignation meetings have likewise been held at Newcastle, Bathurst, Albury, Braid wood, Goulburn, Yass, Singleton, Tomworth, Araluen, Dubbp, (to., and in Melbourne, Adelaide, and Brisbane. In all sentiments of horror of assassination, sympathy for 'the Prince, hopes for his speedy recovery, 'and fervent assurances of loyalty to ? the , Queen have been enthusiastically uttered and re ceived. ? ? ? ? '- As another indication of tho tone of public feeling we may mention that the foolish and disloyal remarks indulged in by one or two of tho ' members . of the committee for the organisation of the St. Patrick's Day regatta has-led to the withdrawal of many members. The Earl of Belmoro 'has withdrawn his patronage from the regatta, the Hon. T. A. Murray finds it impossible to preside, Mr. F. Jackson withdraws his Yacht, Alderman Caralier could not attend future meetings, and finally one of the proprietors of the hotel the Committee met at requested them, as thei...
PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 March 1868
Proceedings in Pakliament. In the Legislative Assembly on Friday last, similar feelings of indignation, sorrow, and sympathy were expressed. Mr. Martin rose, immediately upon the Speaker taking the chair, for the purpose of giving expression to tho indignation felt by every member of the community at the dastardly attempt to assassinate H.K:H. the Duke of Edinburgh, New South Wales had always been regarded as the most loyal colony of the British Crown, and it always would continue so, notwithstanding this deplorable transaction ; for the casual presence of one or even a dozen assassins in onr midst could not deprive us of our reputation. The Govern ment had taken no precautions, for they had never dreamt that anything of the kind could even be thought of ; at tho same time, against the hand of the assassin there was no safeguard, and if they could not prevent, they could at all events punish. With regard to the rumours that branches of a certain secret association existed here, he w...
INDIGNATION MEETING IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 March 1868
Indignation Meeting in Sydney. On Friday afternoon an immense Indigna tion meeting was held at the Pavilion in Hyde Park, Sydney, to enable the people to give ex pression to the feelings -with which they re garded the murderous attempt on the life of the Prince. All the shops were closed, and crowds of all nationalities and denominations resident in our colony were seen hurrying to wards the appointed place of assemblage. The Mayor of Sydney occupied the chair, the plat form -was crowded by many of our most emi nent statesmen and citizens, and tho clergy were also fully represented, but a rule had been laid down that none of tho latter were to address the meeting. The vast area of the building was also occupied by a perfect sea of auditors, over 17,000 being present. It was understood that no lengthened addresses were to be made, and therefore the pjoposers and seconders of the various resolutions merely added a few brief earnest words, all animated by one feeling of intense indigna...
MEETING OF THE CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 March 1868
Meeting of the Catholic Association. A meeting of the committco of tho Catholic Association was to have been held at the offices attached to tho tcmporaiy cathedral of St. Mary on the same evening, but in conse' quence of the attempted murder of the Prince no business was entered on. The utmost horror and indignation was expressed by those assembled, and it was suggested that the clerical secretary should embody the feelings thoy entertained in a resolution. The Rev. E. J. Luckie said that he felt at some loss to find words which would justly express what he felt, on the occasion. Still tho language of spon taneity was the language of. the heart. He therefore begged to move the following resolu tion : — ' That, owing to the sad intelligence which has just reached us of the outrage com mitted upon his Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh, we desire to express our abhor rence of that abominable outrage, and our sincere sympathy with his Royal Highness on this occasion.' They desired t...
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. ADELAIDE, Tuesday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 March 1868
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL,, [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ADELAIDE, Tuesday, C p.m. The Eangatira arrived at Adolaide this morn ing and brings news to February 15th. ?. An address signed by 70,000 Irishmen, containing' assurances of tlioirloyarty/basbean* presented to the Queen. ? ' . .' '' A plot to release tho Fenian prisoner Bavlco lifts been discovered. ? Serious Fenian riots have occurred in Cork, tut 'have been quelled. ' CT.10r.52 Francis Train (of tramway notoriety) hns bMri arrested as a Fenian, bnt hxi' been I liba-atarl. ' ' .'Shi effaativo measures takra by Gavcra nini; Hava caused the Fenian agitation to sub Bi'fo. ' , Tho Queen i3 at Osborne, and is in good houlthi »:? - ? ?'.,.. ?An express train containing Princo and I I'riricces ,Tcck has been fired at. 'Tliera has boon a terrific g.ilo causing great damage hi England and Scotland. Numerous wrecks have been caused by'the exhibition of false lights on tho -coast of Dur ham, ?... . , .- ? i;- ::' v' :' '? ? Charles Kcan,...
ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF PRINCE ALFRED. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 March 1868
? ATTiZMPTISir ASSASSINATION OF .:: ?-.- , pKIKOj; ALFRED. Wk give the details of this diabolical, and providentially, unsuccessful attempt for. the li.'iiefit of those of our renders who have not .the. opportunity of seeing them elsewhere. The Sailor's Home pic-nic was held at C'lontarf, on the north shore of Middle Harbour, on Tuesday the 12th instant. A large'marqueo had been erected as a luncheon saloon, and a handsome tent pitched opposite the beach for the accommodation of the :Prince. It was numerously attended ; all went well ; the loyal toasts proposed by Sir William '?fanning after luncheon were received with hearty enthusiasm ; and the company having risen, Prince Alfred and Sir William Manning walked slowly towards -the beach. His Royal IliglmCiM had just 'handed a cheque to his companion as a donation to the Sailor's Home, when the assassin, - who lia-l left a group of persons congregated under the shade of some, trees, stole up behind the Priiice, and when he' had appr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 March 1868
IS a Weekly Newspaper published every Saturday morning at the office, Sheridan-street, Quiidagai, and forwarded by that dat/s mails to varioux parts of the colony, TERMS! SUBSCRIPTION Is 6d per quarter, or Is (id lest if paid in advance -that is if paid any timemilMn the first month of the quarter, but Subscribers who require their papers poslod will be charged Is. per'' quarter extra for postage. Subscribers are charged . only from the lime of comtnonciiuy. ; The quarters end on the 3\sl March, 80th Vkim, - BOth September, and 3lst December, at which periods only can subscribers decline, by giving one ineeh's previous notice in writing direct to the offite. and not otherwise, and paying the amount due to the end of ' the current quarter; but new subscribers will be re* . reived at any time, and charged from the period at ?vhich they commence. ADVERTISEMEXTS will be received up to 1 o'clock on FRIDAY evenings, and are charged for at the following rate .— . ? ? fbr onfl.ineh, or less...
INDIGNATION MEETINGS. GUNDAGAI. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 March 1868
-sf%DlCN.riION MEETINGS. S\ ^\ GUNDAGAI. PcjbsujVst to advertisement a public meeting was .held at tha Court-house on Monday after noon, to give the inhabitants an opportunity of expressing the deep regret and indignation with vrhich they viewed tho cowardly and diabolical attempt that had boen made on the mo ot M.K.JJ. tue Duke of Edinburgh. Therj was a fair muster of residents and tha numbers would have been much increased had tho hour of meeting been postponed until evening. As it was, however, the assemblage', and tho olemonts of which it was composed, immistakeably indicated tho unanimity with which tho inhabitants of our district — what- ever their nationality or creed — acquiesced in -he objeet of the meeting. A. C. S. Rose E.q., P.M., who was called to the chair, -having read n letter from H. R. Labatt Esq., expressive of his regret that he was unable to attend, and his entire coucur I rence with it3 object, proceeded to siiy he was glad that tha people of Gundagui had over ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 March 1868
J) Wanted ~f \ GOOD AOTIVB FBUALH! SERVANT, in a f V house where a cook is kept. Arplr to Mrs. KOBTO.V, . Crown Inn, Gundngai. Wanted I1EAV3'TO LOAD FJB GOULBURU from L Tumut. Apply to W. TURNBULL, Gilmore, Tumnt, Or to Mr. H. Hilton, lumut. TEAMS 7 NTKD for TWENTY FIVE MILES/of BlUfeH FENCING at Ouro. /IT Apply to RAND BROTHERS, u Pure, Wagga Wagg«. s3 Bulloct Teams .3 WANTED I U MEDIATELY for Brush Fencing at Molionga, Bilkbong j £23 per mile given. ? jj ? ROB. RANP. ' / NOTICE. / T/TILt not be responsible for ANT DEBTS 1/ COHTRACl'Er) injmy name, without m-v7rit. teTn order, or that of Us). Mlieuh.n, or of Phillip J Sboaban, Burro wn. / / J. P. SHEAHAN, March 18, 1858. \ *'' p NOTICE. i TU^RE are now running on tire Gnnnon/igra wah Bun, tho CATiXl! described as follow;, Red and white Cow, ears mirked, branded liko D plnceJ on T. off rump, 3 off tlii^h, (£ off libt Red nnd whito Bullock, can marktd, I'll off rump 2 t£f thigh Red and white Cow, ears marked, Tn off rump, 3 offtbigh ...
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 March 1868
SYDlfEr. ' \ ( Flouv, fino, por ton, £lfe lojal (A \\ V \ Wheat, per bushcl'W«r5cl?7» \ \ * \ \ Maizo ditto, 2j Gd to 2j 9d \ ' v Oate ditto, *»?«*_ «l I *r Bran por bushel VSdT I / _/ Pjtatoes, per ton £« ' S / ?'*''' Hay, ditto, £1 to JB-f 10a I
REPLY TO INDIGNATION ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 March 1868
Reply to Indignation Address. Tho following reply to the address forward ed from Gundagai, was received by Mr. Rose on Friday morning. [Copy.-] 'To A. C. S. Rose, Esq., Chairman of tho Public Meeting, Gunda?ai. ' Government House. Sydnoy, ' 17th March, 1863. ' Sir, — I am directed by the Earl of Bd more to acknowledge the receipt of your tele gram of yesterday's date, convoying tho sym pathy and condolence of tho inhabitants of Gundagai, aroused by tho dosturdly attempt recently made upon the life of the Duke of Edinburgh, and to inform you that his Excel lency will take an early opportunity of placing tho same baf ore his Royal Highness. 'T-kvvo tha honor to be, Sir, ' ' Your most obedient servant, ' ' Fjredk. ,B. Touljiin.'