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ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 9 May 1868
ALBURT. . ' Flour, fine, per ton, £17 to £1S H..y, ditto, £i to £1 10a. . . .Wheat, per.bushol, 0s to OkOI Bran,' ditto; 'Is. '. ,- ' ? ' '. ?'.-?_ Maizo, ditto,. -la Od to Gj Oats, ditto, 4s. Potatoes, per ton, £S to £10 '
WAGGA WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 9 May 1868
f ' ? . WAQO-A. WAGBA. . Flour, Sue, per ton, £11 tu flltt. /$ Oats, por bushel,«ftsa* &3 Maizo, ditto Da / / ?Wheat, ditto, C« — ,. ? O7 & Pututooa, por ewt IOj to 12j Huy, por ton, i-1 to £5
LATEST FROM SYDNEY. [THROUGH GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY.] [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 9 May 1868
LATEST FROM SYDNEY. [thbouoh oreville's telegram company.] The Executive Council have determined that in the case of the culprit Albert Barnes, con victed at the April sittings of the Bathurst Circuit Court of the murder of an old man named James Casey, at Bowenfels, the hffl' should take its course. Mr. Ireland, of Melbourne, has gone to Hokitika to defend the prisoners charged with dc ui uivsu mill iiuvi The Eev. Father Dwyerhas been suspended from'his office of Chaplain of Darlinghurst, for violating the regulations of the establish' ment in connection with the coirespondence of O'Farrell. It is reported that Mr. Macpherson purposes criticising in severe terms on the occasion -of his trial for outraging the dignity of the House, the public career, and antecedents of the members of the Ministry, to whom he is strongly opposed. Mr. Macpherson will, it is understood, resign his seat for Central Cumber land ere long, with the intention of proceeding to England to prosecute his canvas...
YASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 9 May 1868
. r'Ass. Flour, fine, por ton, £18 Seconds ditto £15 , Hay ditto, £3 Bran,' por bttdhel.'lB ? ' . '.Wheat ditto, 5), Gd to 6i- : ? ? '. ,'lloize ditto, 3i Gd to,'4s Bi ' ? Oats ditto, 3».l)d todsGi ' Potatoes; ^peront., 3a 6d
POLICE COURTS. GUNDAGAI. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 9 May 1868
POLICE COURTS. GUNDAGAI. Tuesday. May 5th. — Before the Police Magistrate. The adjourned case of the Queen v. Ingrey occupied the attention of the court all day. Mr. Robertson, of Tumut, assisted by Mr. Perkins, was for the defendant. The charge, as our readers know, is that on or about the 15th of March last defendant stole four wethers and a lamb, the property of Mr. Jenkins, of Nangus, and re-branded them. Portion of the former depositions having been read. William Shaw, formerly shepherd to de fendant, who was lately arrested at Ironbong and brought to Gundagai - to give- evidence, was examined at great length. He was evi dently mistaken as to dates, as he asserted that immediately after defendant re-branded the sheep he went to Mr. Jenkins for two rams, whereas he went first to other places and an interval of ten days elapsed between the re-branding and his' visit to Nangus. The principal facts he deposed to were that on a Friday he found some of Mr. Jenkins' sheep had got mixe...
BURRANGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 9 May 1868
BUjmlNQosra. Flour, per ton, £15.to £1(-. Hay ditto, £3 to JB4 . . * . Bran, per bushel, 1' ?? ' '?'?''. Maizu ditto, 4) to 4- 6d Oate ditto, 8* Od to it: ? \ ' £ otutoes, per ton, AS . ' .
WEDNESDAY, MAY 6TH.—Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 9 May 1868
jyEDNE3DAY, May 6th.— ^Before the Pplice Magistrate. ' ' ' ' f On the adjourned case of the Queen v. Ingrey being resumed, his worship said he questioned whether he should be justified in sending the case before a jury, the evidence was so extremely conflicting. The^whple matter rested on the point as to whether Shaw spoke truth when he stated that previous to to-branding tho sheep defendant said ' You say there are three of Jenkins' sheep here, I see fivo or six.' Shaw was such a disreputable witness that no jury would convict on his evidence, he should be sorry to think they would ; there was no proof that defendant's undo (Edwards) offered any inducement ..to Shaw to get out of the way, and they had the testimony of Mr. Beveridge that defendant might have easily branded the sheep causing the present notion without knowing them from his own. He really did not feel justified under the circumstances in putting tho defen dant to tho expense .and humiliation of a trial. Mr. Robertson ...
GRENFELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 9 May 1868
cnnaisFELL. Flour, per ton, £16 Bran, per bmhe.1, Is fid ' . Slaizp, ditto, 3s 6d to 4j ? A' , Hay, per ton, it i . O ? Olmir, ditto, £6 'Oats.'per bushel Zs fid-to 43 6d Potutoes, per o«t:6s to 7a . ,
TUMUT. COURT OF REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 9 May 1868
TUMUT. Court op Requests. Friday, May 1st. — Before tho Police Magistrate and L. Mandelson, Esq., J.P. There were twenty cases entered for trial, of these seven were settled out of Court,' two were postponed till next sittings, — viz., James Osmond v. E. G. Brown, and.W. T. Woollej? v. D. Keefe — in two there was no appearance of either plaintiff or defendant, one was with drawn, and in one the summons, hodrfyjt.beon served.'1 The' following! were 'dealt with : — Julian Forestier v. J. T. V. Walker, expenses as a witness in the District Court, Tumut, £2 2s. Verdict for plaintiff for £1 5s., and 6s. costs. ? John M'Kerizie v. J. T. V. Walker, goods sold and delivered, £7 19s. Defendant had paid £3 10s. and tho costs into Court. Verdict for plaintiff for a further sum of £2, James Loan v. James M'Konzie, cash lent £1. Plaintiff non-suited. M. Lenehan v. Charles Star, value of a harrow delivered by him £4. Verdict for plaintiff for amount claimed and costs 8s. 6d. Same v. Thomas Patten...
NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 9 May 1868
HEWS OF THE WEEK. Wo have reason to believe that tho Ynss agoncy for tho Oriental Bank Corporation will be closed at tho termination of this quarter. Wo percoive that tho Deputy Registrar of Brands for Gundagai, Mr. Angelo Ceutauri, has been gazetted as a special constable, to enable him better to carry out the provisions of the Registration of Brands Act of 1866. We have no doubt he will be a terror to violators of this law. ...... * .. It is announced in the ' Government Gazette' that Mr. William Jamison, of South Gundagai, has been allowed to purchase under the ' Crown Lands Alienation Act ' portion of an unnecessary road thnt divides hisland from Mr. H. Stuckoy's allotment and separates his own two sections. We porceive that John Wrixon, Esq., bar rister, of Melbourne, nephew of Mrs. Large of Tumut, has been returned as representative of Belfast, Victoria. The usual monthly escort was despatched from Guudagai, on Sunday last, with the fol lowing parcels of gold : — ? ill From Ba...
WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. MAY 7TH, 1868. MILL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 9 May 1868
? ? ;. ? -? .?....,? : 7l'!'i.7ri'! ??- ' '? WHOLESAIiHr PRI02S' CURRENT. ; . ' May.7iu,-J.8B8.v MILL PRICES. ... GfndaoaI .Mlis.— Fine flour, £1*4 to £15 per ton f wheat 4s 6d to ,4-_ 9 1 per' bu-liol ) bran la uer bushol j pollard Is 33 por bushel.' Srnino Fiat MlLI..-^irine flour, .£14 to £15 per ton ; wheat' 4j 6(1 to 4s 9d per bushel ; bran 1» per bushel | pollard U 3d per builicl. [77ie fallowing Erica Ctirrefit tire corrected every week from the latest papers to /land.—JSd.l ' QUNDA.GJ.T. Flour, (Brie) per ton £15 : Wheat,. par bushel, r4'6d lo 4i 9J ? ' Bluizo, ditto 3i to 3a (ij . Oats, ditto, 8a .-.'.' BrBii,'ditto,l«. : ' '' , Potatoes, por ton £S ? ': Hny,;Perton,£3 . . -'i. ? BiilUri.n , ,. ? OCtSl^t; Egi-i per dozsn Is. (uarcr) . ;, Uacon per lb 7J'd. (aojroo) ' ' ?„ Onions per cwi 104 Bread 21b loaf 5J (retail)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 9 May 1868
THE GUNDAGAI TIMES, General Printing Office, SHERIDAN SXEEET, GUNDAGAI. J. B. ELWORTHY, GENERAL LETTER.PRESS PRINTER, HAS recently mode eitetnlve and varied addition! to hia previously large and well-assorted atook of Vt&m AND FAHCY TYPE and ii now in a position to- exeonte-any deiotinL with which he may bo favoured with credit to him lelf and satisfaction to hia patrons. Bill-heads Beceipt Boots Hand-bills Carriers' way bill. Posters Pamphlets Promissory Note Bools law Forms BuiinejB Cards Ciroulara Invitation Cords Programme! Isbebj Delivery Books, &o., &o., &o., Printed with taste and expedition. BLACK, BED, BLUE, GREEN AND BROWN IKES ON HAND, Also White and Coloured Papers, Gold Brome, and many other artioles requisite in a largo office for PLAIN AND FANCY PRINTING. Adelong & Gundagai Branches TSI.EBBSlTlIOWIlD DN FIXED DEPOSITS, For 8 months, at ths rate of 8 per oent. per annum, 6 „ ..4 „ ,, 12 „ » 5 „ Bills Discounted at Current Bate). ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 9 May 1868
'Tm London 'Economist' has recently con descended to devote a leader to the considera . tion of a letter of Mr. Holt's that appeared ,; in the ' Sydney Herald,' urging that, the sub division and enclosure of the pastoral country 'of this colony, under the operation of a system of pastoral homesteads or grazing farms, would ?'? bo the right policy to adopt, and has decided thnt such a scheme is impracticable. We must respect the judgement of this central authority, but the arguments adduced by the writer really do not Beem to be conclusive, or to betray^ intimate acquaintance with the ':' subject treated of. 'He asserts that the 'same reason*1 which renders peasant proprietorship impossible in England would also render email squattages, or small pastoral freeholds, impos sible in Australia, as tho small proprietor would not be ablo to make anything like ordinary interest on the value of his property!'' A small capitalist, having £2000 or £3000, would find it more profitable to lend h...
GARDENERS' CALENDAR FOR MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 9 May 1868
GARDENERS' CALENDAR: FQR MAY; ] Kitchen Garden*. — To get early peas and beans, May is tho best month for sowing. At first sow the earlier varieties of peas, but to wards tlie close of the niorith,'somo of tho finer kinds, such as ' Climax,' will dp well. Sow moderately of quick-heading kinds of cabbage and cauliflower, and plant out further.from the seed beds ; but be suro that the plants are young and in free growth, for old plants 'will. be very liable to run when they ought to head. A few brocoli may be planted ; also spinach, radish, and lettuce. Onions may be sown for transplanting or for use green. Plant garlick, shallots, and potatoe-ouions. Clear the haulm off asparagus, rhubarb, and soa-kalo beds, and make new beds of the two last. Apply a good dressing of manure. to tho old beds, andto; asparagus n dressing of salt in addition, Pc vennial herbs may be divided and replanted. Prepare a hot bed on which to raise cucumbers and melons. Commence to force rhubarb, asparagus, and...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 9 May 1868
??'.?'?:.?'? MISCELLANEOUS. ? ? . : What kindness will do. — How the wheeh of tho'old cart- creaked ! The Road was quite tired' of hearing their complaints, when lo 1 suddenly tliey became quiet* and wont smoothly on,. making no doleful sound. 'How now!' cried' the Road :? ,'iwhat has.happoned that you take things so' easily to-day? ; Has the master jtaicen on nail your xoaat ~ wo .«uu me Wheels'; 'he hasn't done that ; our bnrthon is, if anything heavier, than before ; but this he has dohe,he has oiled us, so that whatever we may have to bear, we have no longer tho heart to say a word against it.'— Mrs. Prosser's ' Fables in tho Leisure Hour.' ' Capital Punishment,' as tho little fellow said when shut up in tho cupboard with his mother's jam. . Tho baptismal admonition of the Hindoos is as impressive on the bystanders . as itis beautiful :— 'Littlo babe, thou enterestthe world weeping, while all around you smile ; contrive ; so, to , live that you may depart in smiles, whilst all a...
FAIRY TALES FOR THE RISING GENERATION. THE TORY OF CINDERELLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 9 May 1868
FAIRY TALES FOE THE RISING GENE RA VTfYST (Fiom the Tomahawk.) . The Story of Cindeeella. - ; We owe no apology to our readers for the publication of the following fairy story. The fact is, the,tales taught in the nursery in our youth are now sadly out of date, not to say immoral,' and we are quite sure that Belgravian mothers generally will certainly bless us, and possibly (not probably) even carry their gratitude to the extent of asking us to an occasional ' Kettle-drum ' (of the third class), in recognition of our services in attempting to introduce among their children a healthier tone of morality than, alas ! at present rules supreme. Without further preface wo rush ' in medias res.1 There was once a poor girl called Cinderella, who. was most cruelly treated by her step mother. Instead of being allowed to lie a bed till 11 o'clock in the morning, and to read French, novels, like her more fortunate sisters she was forced to make her own dresses, and compelled to arrange her own ...