The Sydney Morning Herald
1 May 1847
Petty Sessions. - - His Excellency the Governor has appointed the following places to be places for the holding of Courts of Petty Sessions, under the provisions of the Act of the Colonial Legislature, 3 William IV., No. 3, viz.:-
In the district of Moneroo:- 1. Bombala, at the crosssing place on the River Bombala.
In the Lachlan District:- 2. Wagga Wagga, on the Lower Murrumbidgee, seventy miles below Tumut.
In the District of New England:- 3. Tenterfield, (Mr. Donaldson's station).
In the Clarence River District:- 4. Tabulam, (Mr. C. Windeyer's station,) on the road to New England.
In the Wimmera District:- 5, Houham, (a place to be so called,) at M'Lachlan and Dorlot's station on the Wimmera.
Petty Sessions. -- His Excellency the Governor has appointed the following gentlemen to be Clerks of Petty Sessions at the places mentioned in connexion with their respective names, viz.
Bombala, Mr. Anthony Brown;
Wagga Wagga, Mr. Frederick Walker;
Tenterfield, Mr. Richard Thomas Goulding;
Tabulam, Mr. Frederick Dunbar;
also, at Tumut Mr. William Stewart Caswell, in the room of Mr. Frederick Walker, appointed to Wagga Wagga.