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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 23 May 1868
NEWS OF THE WEEK. Miss Melvillo's Dramatic Company gave tho first of their entertainments at Guudagai last evening to a very fair audience. Those who havo seen Edith Palmorston and Mrs. Case will not bo less gratified with Miss Melville, whose impersonations aro remarkably clevor. Mr. O'Neill stamped his popularity with his first song, and ' created roara of laughter throughout tho entortaiument. As for Mr. Murray, ho is already favourably known as tho Scottish comedian, and whoso perfor mances have always been well spoken of by the provincial press. Had the entertainment bo^n givon on any other evoniug in. the week we.cpftld have dilated more upon\t£e merits of each one's performances, but we must defer that for our next issue. In the mean timo we recommend those who enjoy a good laugh to patronize Miss Melville's entertainment this evening. . . ? ? It is sometimes unpleasant to 'receive a private friend who calls in unannounced, and. it is generally' still more disagreeable to be ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 23 May 1868
Catalogue of Books : NOW IN. STOCK AND 'ON- SALE Hy tho Underaigned. S^- In tormo of tho present poatil nrrnn^omonts, Books can bo aout through tho post at mcro uominal roteB, Pr ice Is. each, It/pott Is, 2d. J. Fenimore Ooopor's novels — Tlio L'JBt of tho Mo!iicmi3 Tho Wuter-witoh Tho Prairio Tho Spy Tho- Pathfinder . Ijionol Ijinboin , Afloat and Aihoro Tho Shawnet'a Foo Legends of tlio Missouri and Mississippi Price Is Od each, lypost Si extra. Wyandotto, or t);o Hutted Knoll ; by J E Cooptr Tho School for Fathers, by Tulbot Givynno Tbo Albatross, or voices lrora tho ocean, by W. H Kingston Mrs Brown's visit to tho Paris Exhibition by Arthur Sketolilcy TJps and Downs of a Publio School, by A. Wykc The AdvontureB of a Sporting Dog, adopted from ;ho French by Edward Routlcdgo Adventures of Mr Vcrdnnt Sreon, an Oxford Fresh man Further Adventures of Mr Verdant Green, an Oxford Undergreduato Mr Verdant Green Married and Dono For. . Price 2j. each, ly post 2s. id. Tlio PilgrimB of tho...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 23 May 1868
MISCELLANEOUS. Why is an author tho most wonderful man in tho world 1 Because his tail comes out of his head. This is pretty sound advice : If you have a cough, don't go to church to disturb the ' rest' of the congregation. 'Wll^nt ofnn/i ctKrYiii,! lioTTn VirmM r\lo/»nr1 of +lifl Garden of Eden after the expulsion 1 Adam ain't in (Adamantine). The ploasantest husbandry known to man is said to be the destroying of weeds — a widow's weeds, by marrying the widow. Josh Billings says ho don't care how much a man talks, if ho says it in_a few words. Good idea for those who ' write to the newspapers.' We Quite Agree with Him. — A Mexican correspondent says that '.a wealthy French man in Mexico committed suicide, and declined to give any reason for the rash act.' We like that Frenchman's spirit, and feel as he does. Wait till we commit suicide, and then ask for a reason, if you dare. Once wo are dead, wo moan to stand on our rights. No man shall have reasons from our cold corpus. — ' San F...
COURT OF REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 23 May 1868
Court op Requests. Tuesday Mat 19th. — Before tho Police Magistrate, and W. Howe Esq., J.P. There were five cases on the list ; in one there was no appearance, a second was with drawn, and in a third tho summons had not been served, through defendant having left tho locality he^ formerly resided in. -Jjlary Reardon v Joseph and EmmaMorloy. This Twas-anVction for slander, damages laid at £10. Complainant went up her garden, which adjoins defendant's, on the 1st instr, to tell her daughter about a boy having been sentenced to imprisonment for stealing a pig, and defendant, who was standing in her, own, garden, and she entered into a spirited, .verbal encounter. In the course of this contest 'de fendant inquired when complainantlliad seen a gentleman resident in Guudagai, and made some further'remark about' his knowing hef character, which complainant construed into a charge of improper intimacy subsisting between her and the aforementioned gentleman. Being naturally indignant at such ...
PICKINGS FROM "SYDNEY PUNCH." [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 23 May 1868
PICKINGS FHOM 'jBYDNEY PUJTOH.' Alluding to the remarks of Mr Parkes at Goulburn, as to ' wildjbcenery rendering still more wild tho feelingslcf tho human breast,' our witty contemporary observes : — -Here is a new theory of crime : A poor devil who is born up a hill comes into a nice inheritance of misery, as compared with a flat born native. A man born among ' wildly beautiful moun tains ' finds that they are not inaccessible to justice, and that, some day, after he has for tyears 'feasted his eyeii on these wild'forms of onfward nature,' ho will bo under tho painful necessity of having hiff prospects limited to a Darlinghurst or Cockatoo horizon, and all be cause his parents ch*e to live at an altitudo of two or three thousand feet above tho level of the sea. We had always thought that some of the gentlest, most loyal, and loving creaiirea in this great world, of ours were mountaineers. The dear little Swiss baby who opens his eye3 on Mont Blane, has a look at some of tho 'wildes...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 23 May 1868
THE GUNDAGAI TIMES, General Printing Office, SHERIDAN STREET, GUNDAGAL J. B. ELWORTHY, GENERAL LETTER-PRESS PRINTER, HAS recently made extensive and varied additions to his previously large and well-assorted Btock of PLAIN AMD FANCY TYPE ;anS:i«' now/in rposition . toiixeouto *ny.''deaorip with which he may be favoured with oredit to him self and satisfaction to his patrons. Bill-heads Receipt Boots Hana-bills Carriers1 way bills Fosters Pamphlets Promissory Note Books law Forms Business Cards Circulars Invitation Cards Programmes labels Dolivery Books, tea., &e., &C., Printed with taste and expedition. BLACK, RED, BLUE, GREEN AND BROWN INKS ON HAND, Also White and Coloured Papers, Gold Bronze, and many other artiolcs requisite in a largo offlco for PLAIN AND FANCY HUNTING. Adelong & Gundagai Bran5h.es TNTEBEST ALLOWED ON FIXED DEPOSITS, For 8 months, at the rate of 2 per cent, per annum. ^ :: :: l :; - Bills Discounted at Current Eaton. Drafts issued on the ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 23 May 1868
It seems questionable wn-othor undor existing ? circumstances the lessee of the Oundagai ' bridge has a legal right to prohibit residents in ~tho township, or even travellers, ''from crossing the river by'tho old ford, and thus ' avoiding, if not evading, 'payment oi toll. T-i establish legally a case of evasibn of toll, it must be proved, according to the Act i* force in this colony relative to such matters, that the person offending went off ?with his horse or passed from ' any turnpike road, through or %werany land or grouiftl near or adjoining thoreto, not being a pliiblic highway, *v?ith intent to evade toll.' How thero still exist, uncanccllcd, various widl) streets, laid out in oldon time, before the disastrous flood occurred that swept away the former township, -which load from North Gundafcii across the flats to the bank of the river, along which thore is on each side a reserve allotted for a public re creation ground ; whihj similar streets from the southern township commu...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 23 May 1868
~f ma\.zied, / hx/vae mhimco of tliejbride'e fntW, by th^tov ' Alex. 8. Pennyciojljon (ho 18th intt., llTCnAEi EnncE, gold minur/Xaolong Eocr, to Catiibbisb duughter of Mr Jaofcs Beeg, B'W miner, Wil lianutown, Adslong |c=f. x €\)t. (0itti%nt €\mw':^ ? MEASUIIEB, ftlOT WSS.'. SATURDAY, 1$AY 23, 1868. ? ? ' ?
POLICE COURTS. GUNDAGAI. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 23 May 1868
POLICE COUNTS. . GUNDAGAI. Monday May 18. — Before tho Police Magistrate. Eljza Watts v. Patrick Rcardon. ^n;this cmS if appeared that tho complainant,(?who is alittle girl, throw a clod at Reardon's child, who is a good deal less, and that Reardon pushed her down for so doing. His worship gave the fathers of tho children some good nAinna na frt flirt linaimWllf.V nf HfrivitlfT +,n liVn on friendly terms, or at least to avoid quarrel ling and bringing each other before the court, and on his recommendation the charge .was withdrawn. Wednesday May 20th. — Before the Police Magistrate. William Henry Hall, alias William Thomas Aldrich, wan brought up under a warrant charged with having on the 18th of March stolen 12 pairs of boots the property of William Teece storekeeper at Goulburn. The evidence of constable McGuire having been taken prisoner was remanded to Goulburn. Jame3 McKenzio and William ? Winslow were fined 10s.- each for being drunk and disorderly. ? . ' ? ' Friday May* 22. T...
TUMBARUMBA. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 23 May 1868
TUMBARUMBA. V Monday May 18th. — Before R/M'Micking, Graham McDonald _and John Armstrong Esqs., J.P's. ' ? ,' James Parkes or Sparkes, and .his sons James John Parkes and William Parkes, were, together with John MeCallum,' brought up charged with stealing certain cattle the property of Henry Chalker of Eucumbene River, near Kiandra. Mr. Robertson (of Tumut) defended the &nbsp; prisoners. Tho evidence of the prosecutor and of tho police and Mr. Garland of Tooma was taken at great length, hides wero examiuod and Mr. Robertson addressed tho court. A ftcr a consultation the bench discharged the three younger prisoners, and committed James Parkes to take his trial on the charge at the ensuing Quarter Sessions at Albury. . Bail was granted, Parkes hhnself in £100 and two sureties in £50 each. From the parties being well known here the case created a good deal of excitement, and the court was crowded. ?»
LATEST FROM SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 23 May 1868
LATEST FROM SYDNEY. ON Friday week two armed highwaymen on foot stuck-up Donald M'Intyre, and King, a jockey, of Swan Hill, Victoria, between Moula- mein and Balranald, whilst on their way to Balranald races in charge of four valuable race horses. The bushrangers faces were disguised by handkerchiefs, holes being cut for eyes. One named William Redford is well-known, and was identified by M'Intyre ; the other is unknown. Redford presented a pistol, and &nbsp; ordered M'Intyre off the road into the scrub and took possession of the four horses. Before making off the bushrangers changed their clothing, and threatened to shoot their victims if they attempted to proceed towards Balran- ald. Two of the stolen horses, Waterlily and Maidstone are well known. The case of the Queen v. Macpherson stands adjourned until next criminal Sessions to be holden at Darlinghurst. Mr James White, member for the Upper Hunter, having resigned his seat in Parliament, the Speaker has made arrangemen...
SELECT POETRY. HER MEMORY LINGERS YET ! [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 30 May 1868
'^SELECT 3P0HTHY. \ IIEE MEMORY LINGERS YET ! A »BTPt mng (ii)la upon my hparr, Liko gentlo win on withering leaves— A song, that novor may depart, ' : ' With every lhmif-ht enweavea ! It sneaks of ono whom Time f ndenra ; Of ono who still my mnmory chrara ; . And whispers—' Calm cnoli vain regret, For, though thins cyoa with Wars aro wet, Ikrough evrry olianno nml change of years nor Emiiu win iiuigur^ui * And thus I treamira day hy day, Tin- gentle fane I lured so woli i When L'lannea Bwmt, nnil muinVgnv, Wnulrl Fancy'* fondost ilrenms disnol. But— ah ! thro' lift, my boyhood's Queen ! T never — never, can ibrgot — ? For, Jiko a *tar at midnight seen, Her memory lingers yet ! Wn loved— n» only they oan loyo Wlioso bouIs like twining buds onw.-callio . When storm or sunshine rent* abovo And 11 iwers or thorn* beneath 1 No cloud bedimmed Affect ion's ray, Though dnrkneiw mingled with our day — For »lion by anxious cares beict Love dried the eieek with Borrow wet, And, like the bow o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 30 May 1868
yj Waited ^™» BULLOCK TEAMS fol twenty miles of BSUSH FENCING, at Ourf Apply to KJND BROTHERS, I Oura, Wagga Wagga. £) Wanted *£ BULLOCK TEAMS to draw in TimberT Also Sawyers to break down loga at Kimo. Apply BAILLIE & OH ALDER, Gundagai Bridge Works. £? Wanted . $ /-1ONTRACTOR9 with Bullock Teams toerect \J CHOCK and LOG FENCING. Apply to B. F. HORSLET. Tabtree, May 12th, / Waited / \ GENBBAL SEBVlNT. Apply to f A. Mrs.KEWMAN, lee Uiva Store, Tumut, ^ Wanted / A GOOD GENERAL SERVANT. Apply to Mr.. H. HATES, Glon Hayes, North Gundagai, / Sheep Iverseer. / A N OVEBSEER 1 ANTED. Apply, giving XX. references, to A. F. O., Icrald Office, Goulburn. 0 Teams Wanted 2_ mo LOAD FOB SYDNEY, WITH WHEAT. 1 B. A. NEWMAN, Boe-Hive Store, Tumut, ~$ LOJT, 3~ TjiBOM Tarrabandra I in, about 400 or 600 X SHEEP, brand XY Any pertan teeing an; Sheep nt large, or in the bush, by writing to the i idersigned, will be hand somely rewarded, G iOBGE HOURN, Superintendent, LOG FENCING TO 1ET. Applicant...
ENGLISH AND FOREIGN. (From the Home News.) [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 30 May 1868
ENQLISU AND FOBEIGN. (From the Home Sews.) At Inverary, on Tuesday, March 3, the Marquis of Lorne was elected M.P. for Argyleshire. Mr. Finlay, the late member, proposed him aa a fit person to represent tho county in Parliament. ' On ABh Wednesday the Pope vent through the lengthy ceremony of placing aahea on the ahaven heads of his venerable brethren of the Sacred College; and aa manv other ecclesiastical, dtnlomatio. am civil dignitaries aa applied for the enjoyment of that privilege. A circular from tbe French Minister of Marino draws attention to the regulation which forbids all persons belonging to the French navy to wear moustaches or imperial, and only permits whiskers. The leading promoters of tbe Suez Canal scheme have of late hud forced »n them the conviction that, aa now designed, tbis undertaking will not fulfil its first object, and ibat it will have to be supplemented by mechanical agencies to enable the ordinary trade with the Bast to pass from one sea to the other. T...
TUMUT DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 30 May 1868
TPMUT LISTBIOT COURT. The following causes are set down for hearing on Friday, June 6th : — ?2S— E.Lawrence v Thomas Piper t pro. noto£13. 27-Confesaed. ^ ' 28— Tbomaa Connell and Patrick Kenny T John Callaway j nroooh of oontract £23, 29 — Summons not served, 30— Confessed. 31— W. Kiley v. J. P. Swanston ; gooda £13. Defended. 32— H. Hayes v P. Eeefe ; goods £10 13s 3d. 03— settled. 31— H. Hayes v B. Wilson i gooda £12 13s. Set off filed, 35— H, Hayes if, Myers j gooda £17. 36— H. Hayes v. P. Mulqueeny ; gooda £34 10s. 37— L. Mandelaon v Mary McNamara ; goods £13 Os6d. 88— Bobert Wilson v J. J. MoAllister ; £1 15s. 39 — Confessed. 40— H. Hayes v William Csjsidy J goods £29.
GUNDAGAI DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 30 May 1868
GUNDAGAI DISTBIOT GOUBT. The following causes are set down for hearing on Tuesday next :— 20— Henry Bussell, Gundagai, v. Ellen Hash, Iron bong; goods £13 2s. 6d. 21— Bank. New Sonth Wales, Sydnoy, v, James Kelly, Oootamundra | pro. note S4S 13s. Mr. Robertson for Dlaintiffa. 22— John Deighton, Gundagai, v. William Hilder, Toss; goods £11 10a 4d. Mr. Perking for plaintiff. 23— Thomas Jones, Tarrabandra, v. James MoKvoy, Tarrabandra; trespisa £200. Mr, Bobertson for plaintiff. 21— BiobardLeykauf, Mount A*rah, V. Job Dunn, Mount Adraht gooda £29 6a lOd. Mr. Bobertson for plaintiff. 25— William Bootes, Mundarlo, v. Patrick Manning ; goods £16 12s 9d. Mr. Bobertson for plaintiff. 26— Patrick Vaughan, Tarrabandra, v. -James MeEvoy, Tarrabandra i trespass £100. Mr. Bobertson for plaintiff. 27— William Band, Oura, v. De Faye and Bedelin, Bangusj trover £15. Mr. Betts for plaintiff. 28— Patrick Hariow, Tarrabandra, Jv. James McEvoy, Tarrabandra | trespass £200. Mr. Bobertaon for plaintiff. ...