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THE MASSACRE AT CLIFFTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 6 March 1869

'f" -THE ^ AftSACRH^ ; > 'It is'witH siucoroJi%i'st',a'ncl Horror tliiifc .the .:oE;;<thor..la3tt ,blMftthiret^ta&switt,ntt_tlio Jjutoli|ry!o^ oiglifcimau^^vpmeuj'.aiicloljildreiij i Rev. ,Mr. ,\V|iitor J -'jiey!'l,Tlns^eiitiemaniyas^^ono'.bfi^tue.oVde^fc^ s MlA®oM;ttt8vdIdb3<'^j5^1o^h::i^iS8Mnd^y.T'u| , <rlTd>v%^^landftt?c3Et<>.;a.¥riVe(lY'nt^'£tpKi'dh£(£Pin ; 1833s a ,T\vdiOr; fiHro'o>years,'Jafcor horbmoved jiojKawhia^wherp Uo'^^o^r^for^eryjin^n^ ''yeara'to/promots' yolfarq. 7>f,vthp,nVfciyea i i immediate olmrgos Ut'Kawlii'a; aud it' is these [very/native's o£' rM okaiit whovliave:no W'sliedj i 91^- ';t/ d "H i T"! t f bv'f-'SK i-<i1011J o ! \ ,'J?or tlio. lust; 'eight; .or. ton,; lyoara,; Mr.! 0Whiteldy/'fwo'ibeHev6, -had ^hargq of 'Vtlio inatire^si^tblTnlcut^oP'tliS' iriis'slbir'at''New . (Plymouth;?) Hohasflaboiired ardently-sitttho! .J ^ork j of j .pypmptiiig ,tlie Csqoijd j jVplfavb j.andj , ,.rel...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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ANOTHER MASSACRE. IN NEW ZEALAND. THE REV. MR. WHITELY, LIEUTENANT GASCOIGNE WIFE AND FAMILY, AND OTHER SETTLERS KILLED. By way of Newcastle we (Empire) have Anckland papers to the 18th ultimo, containing news from Taranaki of another dreadful massacre of settlers there. THE MASSACRE AT THE WHITE CLIFFS. Taranaki Herald Office, February 16, 2 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 6 March 1869

. M^SACREi ^ hr-biU: :?av!V#H51.olaSTH i:.^;:o J ' '«>..».',MSW"-ZEALAND;' I ,?: ? iUi;i;i 'r-n":T.i'; JvVi-)1:.: >.?:? !''.. ' 'WHITEtiY, -tlBD;-!., .fi)aiTE^^r6^iS0[Q^B>'WCFB;--fANJ),, ;',h f^AnLY^AND;^ 07^4/^5 iin;( s: r'?n c; j " ; ^.?j-.By-C'way-: of' few&sW '<&?&j'^EtijArefi .^haVeMAnbldarid'papirs to 1 tlievlSoli'ultimo,,; .!;cbiitainiugfnews jfroiii''Taranalii) of:! auofchcr dreadful inasWcre:of'^settlers .there.*,;- $. ASSACRE f AT. > T\HE; WjHITE .. Tar&naki, Herald Office, Vj.l<1ffebpu<n:yilj> 2.ptni. ?' '$foyfa came in ijtosljordajr just .previous; to' ?'tlivS'Wellington leaving,' that the whole o'f thei ' settlors \ib Glitton1 (White1 Cliffs) had. lbeonr l mass'abrod.by.:fchc Mokau'natives.: . ' ' .f' . ^iip'pteameivrtviisidetaiiied,;, and. about 7 jp.mi lefb.for,.the: White OlilTa with his .Honor' .. tlio* Snp'&riukuilerit' giti -board, to brino-in the '' se'tfclers 'wlta' arb:soatt...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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Wagga Wagga Advertiser " This is true liberty, when freeborn, men, Having to advise the public, may apeak free." MILTON. SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 6 March 1869

g<v toiigg' " Tills Is truoliberty, when freedom mon, Having to advisO' tlio public, may apeak fros.'':i!T SATURDAY,1' MARCH C, ,1869,,, " EarnesT'Iii season and out of season " has been' the motto of many a good man whose memory is justly held in reverence." We use the word'memory advisedly, because in truth the rever ence irt this case is generally of a purely posthumous character. We ,admit tho great value of the worlc attehijited by i the would-be regenerators of society, i but we do not always like tlio means. ; Weadrnirethe philanthropy which hesi ? tates' at no labour, no inconvenience, in performing what it considers to be its duty; but wo cannot help wishing that the labour was less apparent and tho inconvenience loss general. Tho en thusiasm of doing good, like all enthu siasms, has its ridiculous side. It is difficult not to laugh at a man who preaches against gambling on the grand-stand of a raco-courso, or who takes tho opportunity of a crowd at a streot-figl...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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MELBOURNE MEMS. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] February 27th. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 6 March 1869

inn ? °>v?f UORRESPON0EN-T.]; V jfoo! i:: .February 27tli7' '! Tixe,absorbing topic of interest-'Jiiis^bo'oii ilib -sayings and doings of: the Prince. ? ; os ,,Tlia j Galatea .'.arrived-..in. Hob-soli's Bay'at' [daylight-on:,Monday, :and anehcif-ed" at ^ . Oj'plopk iiiithe pveuiug. A body'of CmuWted i police Had :beeii sent: down to feanaWdao to; . kbop.the road olear during his Royal1'High npss's-Ilanding. Unfortunately, c'liieutananif: i Rothwell, the GoVofnoiJa'aiile-ds^cMap,' IvfiS1' -.Jirtd! boardod 'the^ Galatea ' ai;,~s6bn"'as j/shiJ.'' - arrived, instead of - vatitrnin'g1 ttfl S.ftirl'fidrfe^" i elected:to land at -WiIIiaiii3t6Svft$!afitt thence'1 to telegraph to ilia Excelle'ticy* toiWuUJU6wn,> .pamages for,.tho^Prince? aud«auito;:^Itt itiis5' meantimo, thb PrinfcpVaFrlted in a boat ftom'L the Galatea, and' landed'at"the" t'owli' pier?' . galley oaAei u^tb'^tfte fiver' staged liutpf . °vying to ;tHa;-;cpiiFurai^ii:?oipg^C^ tibns;' thb jt!ie': Railway pier,-Ao^tiufr'ft...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY. Herald Office, March 4th, 8.40 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 6 March 1869

,SYDNEY;. - . Hei ald OEicd,' i 7 March '4fcb, 8.40 'TilWJntercolbriiat 6m6koi"Maibcl^'iobm> .Ui . <3J:A~:{)St.Ug.««fc--v WK»>. ti.uw r'1'.' ?. menced v#jfirsfc innings; i son'^iM?^ ton,: 2 ; Costick,-- 2 ; . Phillips, 14 ; aether,-:'fStackj'f'Ciffy'nj'1 and.-' 'Kfellick,; ?nil';i'SJ^erida?iv2:5i-jH0Vitfc,*ij(';;::riThomp-'; son, 1; Coates,'15,; Gregory, 9; Park, 2 j Oatieyvl; ^ i /? ' ,:',|.;':l:i:w''it>',iWl Mb >\-6,Ct''.';': '... ; IT;.-. ,«;*liri'rfii:jfrftv-:/i'si-ii-C.ES-SfS"^.-' ??"?."' i , a i March 5tb, t6 p.m. ; " ^Mdltibiafh^^Seco^d^ib^iiiffs^WaLr.' .K-;i!l.'-M{.« ? -.M-"!.'. '-jOK.» . deli, 3 ; Allan, 4 ; Carter,: 63 ij^Cqstick,! 27 ; Eggleston, ^nil:;i.vGibson,:* 29 ;! Kelly, 3 ; Go]dsmith?,nil-j^Noy'es;! .18 ji 3?hillijis.'4!;. ? "W^illSirf.l-;jb^©si 'S ; -total,; j1 .":' | The Assembly :uegatived : Lucas's' . rr<Y.£ ^f( 'K lo vrrriv \roLV--.' jnpjh£&i$cqminen^ a majority of 14. : <"??.? _ Sydney,, second.innings, -s...

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DISTRICT COURT. THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1869. (Before His Honor Judge Francis.) F. J. SAVAGE V. DELARUE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 6 March 1869

. O1"* Miimm I ? ? .11 .1 ? I I II " . ' - ' ? "'"'DISTEICT'CPURT. Jl.ivr o:iw :v.rs^i . . . of l»;l IJ:*" .'/Thursday,.Miiucii 4, 1869. . I;o bite?.rj ?(Bcforo HisvHonor Judgo Francis-.) UUu.jx p,'j^sAVAaK'v. delaiiu^. ; ! y Yto c This was an action for the recovery of goods o qr'feold'to; the Value of £3 5s. 6d. , : Mr. Fitzhardingc 'iippoared for plaintiff; No appearanco ou behalf of defendant. Verdict for plaintiff. I ... SAVAGE V. W. M. DAVI3. !T. :... "This Wil3.an action for tlio recovery of tlio,-, amount'of a dishonored order. . V- . ! v-'f,-v.i Mr. Fitzhardinge, for plaintiff. -Mr- Gibtiea for defendant. **.?''* * '' K- j Verdict by epp3Qiit:(I ,u t .< I ' ! "sAVAOB'V. M. M. OILU3;;'. j This wa3iftri''acti6n^tb' foc6^or»tli& aumjof _ £23 9s. Gd. ,.,«'}.(? it-'-nT . Y i .. j i|"< 'Fitvihafdingb for plaintiff,gdmittedj the receipt of £10 .since, tlie^.commenoemeut ;of " .?nn^ciiort:. lu ?.; oai io .<yer&ctio£',balitf^ ! xh . '...

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STOCK REPORT. ADVERTISER Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 6 March 1869

STOCK REPORT. " ? ADVERTISER Office, Friday Evening. The-tccather continues dry and unpromising' Rain is again much needed, but there ar no indications thai we are at all likely to get it. On Wednesday a dust-storm, which ,.lasted nearly all day, ga.ee hopes of -a . .coming change, but no rain followed ; and the weather for the last two days, has been a3 hoi (i j in the middle ofsummer. There arc fcio movements of slock 'to report,, the want of rain preventing investments that would otherwise: be made. ? We understand ? thai Mr. A. ff. Jones has purShused a,mob . of 700 head of Jirsi-class-store .caille from Mr. Stephen White at a high figure; terms equal to cash. There is an increasing demand for good, well watered, country ; and with a fair season there seems to be ?every likelihood of great activity in pastoral affaira. Mesvs. Forsyth, and Co., report the sale of two stations; Barmedman, with,7800 sheep {wethers) to A. <?. Jones, Esq., at satisfac tory price r- terms e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 6 March 1869

;S$c Mirjjrjiit &bWti»jer IS PUBLISHED every .Wednesday and Saturday, at the, Office, Traill-street, Wagga Wagga, and delivered at ail early liour to subscribers in tlio town, and by mail, throughout the colonies. . j , TERMS: : i :SUBSCRIPTION. . J Per Charter, in town, Payable In advonca isi. | . ... ... Quarter, posted .. ditto " ' -j 10s. . ... ' .JPor Quarter, posted, credit 11a. i ... N.B.-The.quarters terminate on the Slstiiiarch, 50th Juno, 30th September, and 31st December, at -'whioh periods only can subscribers decline, by giving notice, and paying the amount due to the end of tho: ?current quarter. New subscribers are recoived at any . timo. and charged proportionately to the termination, ' oftho current throe months; but unless persons Order ing the paper are known at tho oliico, we do not .guaranteo that it will be .forwardod if the .ordor is unaccompanied by a remittance of at least ono quarter's subscription in advance. " ADVERTISEMENTS: First Inch 3s. Every ...

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HAY. MR. JAMES FORSYTH'S REPORT:— [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 6 March 1869

HAY, J,. v : MK. JAMES FOKSYTH'S REPORT .. THE drought which still continues _ in this district with unabated severity has become a matter of the utmost anxiety to stockowners. As yet few of the largo proprietors in this neighbourhood :h&Vti' suit'ered much actual loss, which is at-' tributable to the prudence displayed in the judicious employment of capital, m fenc ing and well-sinking on the back plains, remote from the rivers. Stations jwlnch have not been over-stockcd, have still dry feed enough to keep sheep in fair store ; condition for some mouths to corns; but . unless rain shortly falls in sufficient . : Quantity to cause a spring of. greoii feed,; < i tlio approaching lumbiug promises to be ». i very deficient one. . j Over-stocking has told its tale in the Lachbin . and Darling country, and thousands upon thousands of sheep have been turned adrift to shift for themselves, of which but a: small percentage will be recovered by then owners. ; The very low ...

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MESSRS. GEORGE FORSYTH AND CO'S. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 6 March 1869

MESSRS. GEORGE FORSYTH AND CO'S. i ? ? ItErOKT. \ ^ ' PAT CATTLE.-Wo have sold one small lot for. local consumption at Iato rates. There havo been no. large transactions, and with tha rising market in Melbourne it is almost impossible to give quotations. Fat SHEEP.-Wo have several incjjfi'ries for really prime, and could dispose of some thousands, but thoy must be prime, and for such wo could get a good iigure. We quote prime (is Gd to -7s Oil. . STOHB CATTLE.-The -demand for this de scription of stock is good, and likely to improve. We have buyers for large numbers" as soon as rain falls, and havo also several buyers for small lots of good quality. Wo have sold about 500 head in the neighbourhood at a satisfactory price. STORE SHEEP.-No sales to report. We havo numerous inquiries for good atore wcthai'3 and young ewes and weanors, and could dispose of several thousands at full rates. 1 STATIONS.-Wo have still to report an In creasing demand for well watered and improved. stations, ...

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STEALING MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 6 March 1869

0,;bu.i .'. STEALING MONJSYV") Jolin Lesage, was-chargcd Hvitli- stealing nioriby'irom'' the person; of ^Andrew- Sifiitli. .I rtl Thb' Crbivii' Prosecutor 'opened. tho oasoand called- f Constable McLoughlin, who deposed that from information received from the prosecutor llw "arrested the prisoner- at North Wagga ?Wagga'; asked him if he hud beon at Clark's at Newtown-ho said no ; told him that1 ho .arrested him for stealing, and asked him if ho had any money on him, lie said " only a fow shillings ho searched him at tho gaol and found Jivo shillings oil him ; -afterwards found, underneath his erimor.n shirt, two £1 notes and a:knife.(articles produced).' -. ' r Andrew Smith deposed that lio was; » farrjiing man, and met with tho prisoner, at John C)lark's ; prisoner was a stranger to him, aiid tpld htm that he was hard, up;; j loffc Clark's with him to go to Tumut; then1 had three £1; notes, half a sovereign, and seven and sixpence in silver in his pocket; wont to Mary Conway's with...

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STEALING CHEQUES, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 6 March 1869

STEALING CHEQUES, 'ETC! William Prentice was charged with stealing money, to wit one £& note, .two .-61 notes, 0110 ohequo for .C I la., anil one cheque for £2, tlie property of Frederick Webber. . i Tli(3 prisonor pleaded not guilty, nml wag undefended. . The Crown Prosecutor opened the'case,' . and called ' Constable Larkins, who deposed that in consequence of information received lio ' arrested tho-prisoner at tlio' Bridgo Hotel ; aslcpd him if he knew Mr. Wobbor ; ho said :yea, ho had seen him before ; he said ho 1,lid !uo ohscjucs or notos in his possossicw ; he 'producod twolvo and aixpeneo; fouiid nothing -- r.'t . -- . - , ;?T ^ Frederick Webber know tho prisonor by sight ;? mot him at tho Bridge Hotel; gava him a glass of grog, and had one himself; ha.1 some money in his possession, three £l-notos, a £5 note, ancl two cheques ! tho glass of grog hucl tho oll'cct of paralysing him ; was quite sensible, and saw the man talco tho money and cheques out of his pocket, bu...

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STEALING A SADDLE, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 6 March 1869

v STEALINCA SADDLE, ETC.i v j J ''"Jolin Cody was charged with stealing one; saddlo, oiio'brullc,' arid-one-crupper, the pro-' -porky of Roland' Ingram:; also, with receiv-i mg tho same.-;- .. . ; . . \r ' 'if 1 The prisoner pleaded'not guilty, and was; < defended'.bytMr, Gibbcs. ..>.[ O if ? k '(? -i o Tlie' Crown Prosecutor, opened tho case, and called .v! Constable McLaughlin, -who»deposed.-that J .he prodiieod'-a'saddlo 'and a crupper,' which: he got from .tho' prosecutor,* Roland Ingram!; t from information received, went to prisoner's i place, biit^lie was;not; at home affcei-wards ? saw him''oii the racecourse,. and^asked him if <ho know a man. naniqd^Dqugherty/- . jjej'i;ii4 yds ;'slewed pVisqnor the .sadUloj and asleep him iiftiie-knew it ;1jie a'aid ho^lie'-ne^er saw it before ;g arrested himXandl took him to . gaol; then went to liis - hut, ^andy found thp , crupp'erproduceU, which Ingram claimed as t rhis property.-- " j j Roland Ingratti-deposcd...

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STEALING FROM THE PERSON. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 6 March 1869

John'.! Benson''.Wnsf - chatgcdtvwith havifig stolon one-knife and- one shilling-from-the porson offJohn'Glpvqrj ../v . V7 i -.The'pvisoiiieK pleaded npt guilty,fand 'Was .undefended.'.'- ?? ? ' j Cpi}stoMei;Larkiris'depbscd'ltliatrhc appro*' bended the.prispner.at thejAusfci'alian Hotel. . Okdr^.^^o^.do^>spd.^Lab^e< knew tlio' rpi^nejr^^^fiim.-pwijKis'luind into the pocket of .GlOjVOi',, audr take j- something out" and put it 'dnio'lus't own- pocket; Glover was. qiiite incapable from; di'ink. i'l Ci. «'S | 'John Glover deposed jthat the knife prp duced was hi^.prpporty.^uevor g^ejor^lentf -it 'tci^tho Ypn'sbiijsr.; j'vrl&uTHo lost'"it, lost some money/liiit 'eould ndt say what amount. For the defence, prisoner called , i . .r'>Jbh'n:Miirjdcni'Svho'deposed'that he heatjd ' Glover a8krprisonef. ,tp( lend ,hini his knife, /but did not see anyth'ingilent.j ^.>.,H,is Hpn^r.sumined^up very.briofly,- aniljthe .?jury/a'ftor a shpi't absbiifce| rtVurn'ed .with ia...

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STEALING SADDLE AND BRIDLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 6 March 1869

STEALING' SADDLE AND BRIDLE. ; Charles Carr was charged with aboaliug a sadillo and bridle, tho property of Charles Kiggall, ' Prisoner pleaded guilty, and was remanded . forseuknso. . r . , ivil'i";

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STABBING AND WOUNDING. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 6 March 1869

fp^STiUJBINp 'AND' >V0JJNDIif^.1 ! JaitieB-Heclger Avas charged with : stabbing j ' and wounding,one James ; J?ahey at Wanta-i ! f badgerj;\vwith [intent :to do . hira )grievous' i b'ollily: harm. :/i v / if J j The Crown'Prosecutor opened the oaso ] and called j Jamea'Eahfey; who deposed that on th'e/17th' ot'lSfch of January he waV stabbed by tho prisoner at'the bar at Wantab.-idgary, at MgGede's. house ; saw prisoner lighting with' the landlnrly behind tho biti'; ;piisuner picked up. a yewtpr-pot to liibj Mrs. jMeUedo with,! when witness seized hold of him, and ho; drew a knife and stabbe}l:hiili.: '. - ; | llobel't Clark riobinson,..surgeon, deposed ; j that he examined a wound in tho wrist of . j the prosecutor; the, woitnd.was a severe ' one,. fend Will- probably', maim tho : prose cutor for life. , ' _ Hannah McGedo deposed that she wag,tho .landlady of the inn at Wantabadgery ;"was : i present when the prosecutor was stabbed; . did not see who stabbed him; ha was st'rug i...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 6 March 1869

LOCAL1 (INTELLIGENCE. 5 t ' -- Pbsshytetiian-'Ciiukch.-A meeting of the Committee of this Church (Mr. P. S. Murray in the chair) was hold 0:1 Wednes day evening last, for the purpose of inspect ing' a 'pltvn and specifications for a church kindly furnished by Mr. Paterson, Inspector of Public Buildings. The Secretary (Mr. Milno) was instructed to forward to Mr, . Paterson a.copy of-a resolution, unanimously passed, expressive of the thanks of the Com 'mittee. ,';-A-s there is another plan in the course of preparation, and daily expected, it -' \?as resolved to" postpone' the final adoption of a. splatv'till i:the 24bh ? proximo, when a generul'irieeting will be convened ami tenders, 'called'fori' } f "s . ' .' ( \j Sv^jjy,.GOSSIP.,-'Wo are- sorry to lejvrn . from'Sydney that: our 'correspondent there is very dangerously illiV.'-Th'is inust at once .acc^imt.fpr^and^exctiso.the^absence from this" lieat; during llio last-, j fowf "clays'lias beDrijexcessiyo, , On WednesdayJ . of "unusu...

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MELBOURNE. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 6 March 1869

MELBOURNE.' "" "u" 1 '! Thursday. . Messrs. Dabaahojr Campbell- and Co.. report- ' , PAT CATTLE.-Best beof twenty-seven shillings'per 100 lbs. FAT SHEEP.-Sixty pound wethers twolvo shillings.

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ASSAULT WITH INTENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 6 March 1869

ASSAULT WITII INTENT.' d-A. Patrick Doolan was-"cbarpcV ^'itliS an as-j Bault with intent to commit rape. Thore j was a second.' count oharging prisoner with I ail indecent assault^ '*., r,,. ,*,v>.. , , r 1 ? ^Prisoner pleadednot^ilt^ an'd.'wai :d'e-; fended by Mr. Milnor Stephen 'instructed by, Mr. Gibbea. The; Crown prpsocutoV opened : the case and callcd"-- v":Kl' i ; Samuel Connor, constable, who" deposed; tliab hp , was stationed. at: Tiiroutta-in coil- j sequence of information wont to Humula station and saw the prisoner, there .in. okarge of a black man, a servant of Breanau's ; told prisoner that lie was charged by Brerinan with comniitting a rape 011 'his . daughter ; arrested the prisoner and called the girl, \vlio said in his presence that he had thrown, her down and pulled her clothes' up*; prisoner said nothing ; asked her if ho hail accomp lished ltisipurpose,' she said no; that she! and her sister had beat him olF, and that ho then got up and wont away ; appvohond...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAGGA WAGGA QUARTER SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY, 3RD JANUARY. (Before His Honor Mr. Justice Francis.) STEALING FROM A DWELLING. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 6 March 1869

'wAGGAAVAGGA-QTJAllTER SESSIONS. ......:.L-WFd*P&V>*-Y>- .3jbd January;'" j ,' .(Before His'Honor Mr. Justice Francis.) \ ^'.:ll'5T.Ej!lilkd: I-Bbxi A'.DWELLTNci. I , .John Siilnett ,w;is .charged with (Stealing; 'jewelleiy^tho property of'John C'."Mo'Alisi:er. * .Prisoner;'. aucl was undefended,,7- ay;: "r"3 ? i ? i The'- Crown^ Prosecutor ;openbd7, the. .case, iaM calledrrt Ki;lj' t'-r : ? Constable 'Larkius, who. deposed1 .tliat oil the -21 at .' November h"o' apprelicn(letl'lthe £iv-:ouer"abthc! Commcicht 'Hotel;'' aslcecl invto_ show, hiin the brooch .which ho had ofieretLlor'sale jUie saicl'-iibthin" took him. into a private room" and searched him ; fotm<l £ou">('him"a(chaii^and ^br^oclriii^lus^troiisfers ^p5i;ket,"lie'*saicr'he bought them at Oallaghan's from: wiioiri hV bought thwii"; he said Tie .would prefer. to be lagged ?rather ..than; give an^ information; ! ? t" Cross-examined.by prisonerPrisoner did 'not hold th!el-broocli ;but' ;in' 'his' ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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