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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 29 October 1859
STORE CATTLE.: W ANTEDl from 400 'to 500 H'ead of Well-bred TWO-YEAR OLD STEERS. ROBERT RAND. MIolo-iga, Biabong Creek. .:3 STUToR WANTED. TImHE Services' of a genta?ia capable of L imparting a plain educatlit are required by the undersigned. . ISAAC 0BAPLN Farmer's Home, October 7th, 18569, THE ' HOTEL, FITZMAURICE STREET, SOUTH WAGGA WAGGA. IN RETURNINO HIIIS SINCERE TIHAN'KS TO HIS NUMEROUS FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC GENERALLY FOR TIHE IBER&AL SUPPORT HE HAS RECEIVED S) INCE HE1I HAS CONDUCTED TUE ADOVE HIOTEL, BEGS to assure them that he will endea vour to merit a. continuance of their favours, by the strictest attention to their comfort, and by preserving that order and cleanliness so necessary to ensure patron age to a THE WINES AND SPIRITS are selected with the greatest care, and J. 3. Caldwell has much pleasure in announcing that he has just LAID IN AFRESH STOCK whlich, for extent, variety, and excellence will be fomnd EQUAL :TO ANYTHING IN THE TOWNSHIP, THE TABLE ZS HIS...
JACK TAR'S PASSION FOR TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 29 October 1859
JACK TAn'S PAssIoN i:POR TOBACCO: -Fairbolt's "History of Tobacco" snupplies us with the following amusing illustration of tlhe sailor's passion for tobacco, in a letter from a tar afloat to his brother ashore. The ingenuous ness with which Jack avows his pre ference for pigtail over a clean shirt is exquisitely humorous :-" Gravesend, March 24,'1813. Dear Brother Tom, -This comes hopcin to find you in good'health as it leaves me safe anckored here yesterday at four p.m., arter a pleasant voyage tolerable short and a few squalls. Dear Tom,-This hopes to find poor old father-stout and am quite out of pigtail. Sights of pig tail at Gravesend, but unfortunately not fit for a dog to chor. D)ear Torn, Captains boy will bring you this and put pigtail in his pocket when bort. :Best in London at the Black Boy in 7 dills where ,o ask. for best pigtail pou?rid a pigtail will do and am short of shiuts: ~Dear Tom, as for shirts only took 2 iwhre one is quite wored out and tother most, but don't...
Impoundings. (From the Government Gazette, October 21.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 29 October 1859
(Feoma the Governmenst Gazette, October 21.) SoTra "GUNDAGar, October 12, from Mr. M'Evoy's ron, Tarrabandra; damages 4s. Cd. each :-browa cow, IS off romp and ribs, like J with K sideways near ribs, aged;.black and white steer, cut throat, like TJ off rump, 3 years old; red steer, tH over othler brand not lecible,' 3 years old; strawberry ox, cock horns, P (writing capital) near shoalder, S near ribs, 2 rumps, aged; brindle and white ox, PM off ramp, V- near rump land nibs, aged; brown and white ox, ears marked, CJ off romp, C.- off ribs, 5 years old; red and white steer, BB near rump, HG conjoiaed rump and ribs, 3 years old; brown and white steer cock hornse, C-. near rump and ribs, 8 years old; yelow and white ox, down horns, JM off romp, 2 off thigh, J witll K sideways near ribs, 4 years old; yellow ox, cock horns, eat throat, P (writiilg capital) near shoulder, JK .conjoined and A near ribs, aged; red cow, TD over a cross off ribs, 4 years old rog .ox, I0 ruamp and ribs, B off ...
GARLAND AND BINGHAM'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 29 October 1859
GARLAND AND ]INGHAIA'S REPORT. Tn "mcrket fai store. stock is still very inactive. Itain~ lIave lately fallen in the immediate vicinity of Melbourne, but they have not extended fiar into the interior, and the dread. bfa dry season still prevails. We hclavquitted some lots of mixedetle at l3 12s.6d., and sheep in the Northern Districts at from 10s.'to 12s. Prices on the whole remain firm. In fact, purchasers for the Southern market can Ihardly see a sufficient margin on the rates demanded by breeders. In shtatidins little is doilig, but we are at present in treaty for tlhe sle of several, which wp h1ve no doubt will Ic .effected. . 115, York-street; Sydney, October 20, 1859.
HINTS ON THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE BREED OF HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 29 October 1859
HImTS O . J: nrizTE 1'M1'ROVIEIENST OF ;TI E tEJ.BED 0' HIORSES; A corirespondent of the Agi iculturial na7id 1ioticlturial Garetle signing : hinmself 'iVctijnaiiain" says-" The .nimbei and vailue 'of ::horises ;in the .colony, the manifold purlposes they fulfil foiir our pleasuric and profit, ren dle?i the imprpvement of theirbreed a miatter of palra·mount importance, adcl is offecred as an- apology for this article, on a-sulject but. imperfectly understbood, or but indifferently acted on ; and.if.I succeed ii adding but one useful faiict to the knowledge already acquired 'thiattmnay be advantageously put in practice in the ordinary ope rations of the farm, my olject will be sufficiently .realised. It is not my intention ·to enter into an enquiry as to the comparative merits of the various breeds of hoises, but ~onfine miy;self to a few general remarks descriptive of their proper ties and the mode of: crossing to be observed :ini breedii?,:: Tlhe disap pointinents and.losses of. br...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 29 October 1859
TrRADESMEN'S BALL. FIITHE above to come off on the evening of STUESDAY, the 8th November 1859, at BYRNES'S- AUSTRALIAN HOTEL Single Ticket, 10s. 68d.; 'Ticket to admit Lady and Gentleman, s. 6d,4. • , (IlJNBAII ItACEL --:0. '1 TAJCE PLACE ON TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, TIE.GTH AND 7?TI OF pZOECEBER, 1869, STEWARDS C. M. LLOYD, Esq. JOHN HOWELL, Esq. MARCUS HIGGINS, Esq. H. D. MEARES, Esq. :M-IDEn PLATE Of 3 soVs. each with £ added, for all horses that never won an advertised prise; one mile and a half; entrance, £2 10s. SQUATTERS' PURSE bf 3 so80Vs. each, with £ added, for all horses; two miles and a half; entrapce, £2. IHACK RACE of £1 eich, with £ added, for all horses, catch weights; heats once round; entrance £1; post entrance. CIaRI RacE, £1 each, with £ added, for all hack horses, catch weigllts ; heats half a mile; entrance, £1. (Each rider to start and finish with a lighted. cigar in his mouth; any rider coming in first and his cigar not alight will be deemed distanced.) The seco...
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 29 October 1859
MELBOURNE. The O'Shanassy Ministry had re signed, in consequence of the amend ment to thile address having been carried by a majority of 56 to I7. Great indignation was expressed against Mr. O'Shanassy and Dr. Evans for making public some private tele grams with reference to the Admella. It is said that they acted under the advice of the Attorney-General. 1Mir. Nicholson had undertaken to form a Ministry, but was experiencing more difficulty than. had been antici pated. Mr. Duffy had refused to join Mr. Nieholson, and the only names that could be relied on were those of J. C. King, Wood, and McCulloch. The three men who robbed the Deniliquin Bank. were in custody at Echuca. Konnecke, the foreigner who mur dered Mr. Orombie, had been remanded for trial to Melbourne from Ballarat. He is, or pretends to be, insane, axnd ihas written to the Prussian Consul signing himself " George Prince of Prussia." The bakers of Melbourne had lowered the price of the 41lbs. loaf to one shilling. No ne...
General Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 29 October 1859
Gencal. pitomne of AJelD0 TIr, great event of public interest has been the ministerial crisis, though from the fre quency with which these affairs recur, it is natural to .suppose that they will shortly be regarded as simply matters of every-day life. In the year 1848,.when all the thrones in Eu. rope were tottering, Po?clh complained bitterly that his editorial labours were constantly being disturbed by the announcement "Please, sir, here's a boy come with another Revolution ;" we may well complain in like manner if a ministerial crisis takes the per manent form amongst us of a "monthly peri odical." The resignation of ministers took place on Thursday the 20th, in consequence. of the division of 56 to 8 against them on the second reading of the Education Bill. His Excellency after receiving the resigna. tions of Mr. Cowper and his colleagues, sent for Mr. Hay, but that gentleman declined the responjsility of forming a ministry, and Mr. Jones was accordingly called upon to do so by ...
GUNDAGAI. QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 29 October 1859
. GX'NDAGAI. QuARTER BE9SSION's. " From some unexplained cause we have been disappointed of the report of the Sessions and District Court we had anticipated receiving from our correspondent there i but by the cour tesy of a gentleman -who.was present, we are enabled to lay before our readers the following bare return of the issue of the cases committed from this Bench:- PIOKCINO POCKETS ON THE RACE couRsE,-James Hunter, for attempt ing to pick the pocket of Mr. Joseph Ryall, on the race-course was sen tenced to six montlhs imprisonment in Parramatta gaol. His confederate, John Dmunn, was acquitted. HousE-STEALINO-Jothl the charges against George Thomas Fitzgerald for horise-stealing were remanded till next sessions, in consequence of an affidavit filed by Mr. Ryall, stating that Walter DeTrrell was a material witness for the defence and was absent. ROBBING THE MAIL.-Edward Thompson convicted of having robbed the Mail-cart between Albury and Tarcutta on the night of the 17th of Augus...
LAND SALE AT HAY. (From the Pastoral Times, October 20.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 29 October 1859
LAND SALE AT HAY. (From the Pacstoral Times, Ootober 20.) The first sale of town and suburban lots in the above township took place on Tuesday and Wednesday, the 11th and 12th instant, at the Murrumbidgee Punt Hotel: Land Agent, Mr. Charles A. Sinclair, Clerk of Petty Ses sions, Hay. The result of the two days' sale, as subjoined, demonstrates the flourishing and promising condition of this important outpost. It will be seen that one suburban lot of 6a. Ir. dp. fetched as high as £50 per acre, and one town lot, of half an acre, over £80 for the lot. Of the lots offered for sale, only one lot was not sold. The total amount realised was £2027 10s. Parties from the Lachlan and Murrumbidgee rivers, Denili quin, Wagga Wagga, and other places, at tended the sale-and became purchasers. The following are the liste of the two days' sale : FsRsT DAY's SaLE.-Town lots, two rooda each; upset price, £8 per acre:-Lot 1, Mor risen, Deniliquin, £4 6s. the lot; lot 2. Reset, Lachlan, £8; lot 3, Smit...
Police Court. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 29 October 1859
aiolice &Ourtt. SATURDAY, OCTroBEa 22. (Before the Police Magistrate.) EBREACiH OF TrE PEACE.-Tho0mas Curran and Michael Doran were charged with having committed a breach of the peace on the 21st instant, by fighting, when drunk, in 'yrnes' public-house. Both prisoners pleaded guilty. Curran, as the aggressor, was fined £2, or forty.eighlt hours imprisonment, and Doran £1. The latter paid the fine. DUNKN AND .DISORDERLY.--Johnlm Lynchll was charged with being drunk and disorderly on the previous night in. Fitzmaurice-street, and with being very refractory after being apprehended. Fined £1, which was paid. :TuESnAY, OcroBEn 25. OVERCHARGE .WHEN IMPOUtNDINo.--Johu Clark appeared in answer to a summons from -Arthur Graham, for having on the 19th of September, impounded forty-four head of cattle belonging to him, and .having charged 5s per head for driving the same, such charge being excessive. Patrick Fennell, pound keeper at North Wagga Wagga, deposed that the cattle were impo...
Commercial. MELBOURNE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 29 October 1859
Qottrommevar. TELBOURNE STOCK MARKET-7' FAT CA.rLe.-The market has been fairly supplled during the past weok, but the quality was for 6l most part second rate and Inferior. Tle prices obtaloed wore-good quality bullocks 40 to £13, cows £7 to Cl11 10s.; second quality, middling, and inferior, bultlocks from £4 15s. to £10, cows £4 IOs. to .7 STonE CATLa.-Nothing to report; Sales dull. FAT SsBPr.--Tho supply still exceeds tile demand. Best w?ethcrs 19s. d. to 21s., prime ewes 15s..to 16s. lid.; second quality wethers 17s. to 188. ld., seeond.quality owes 13s. 6d. to 15s. STo?? SEp..---.Nothing doing in stock of this deocrip Stioeh, Hosces.-lBusiness was brisk in some of the yards. Really good horses are in demand and fetch remu negptivo p~rices,. d r HAS. BROWN, S? , . Stock and Con)missilon Agent, 33, Rourke-atrecet, Melbourne!, 4' th October, It50.
Local Intelligence. SERIOUS ACCIDENT TO THE GUNDAGAI MAIL.—A PASSENGER KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 29 October 1859
3Local Inrtell~igeace. SERIOUS ACCIDENT TO TIlE GUN DAGAI MAIL. -- A PASSENGERX KILLED. We regret to announce a very serious acci dent that happened to the Gundagai mail on Monday last. The passengers upon it were Mr. S.tuckey (nephew of Mr. HIenry and the late Mr. Peter Stuckey), Mr. BIuffrcey, and George Nye, a one-legged mainman on another part of the road, who .was going to attend the Sessions as a witness, the driver at the time being a young man known as " Navvy Jack.', , As far as we can gather the particulars, the off wheel of the mail-cart went into a deep hole, about eight miles the other side of Bootes' inn., and the jerk broke the iron splinter bar of the out-rigger, slewed the cart against a sapling on the opposite side, and threw the passengers out, and the wheel then passed over the body of Mr. Stuckey, who was a veTry corpulent man and who w?as'sit ting on the front sent. This unfortunate gentleman was so much hurt as to be unable to proceed, and he was accordingly p...
THE HIGHEST TYPE OF THE BRUTE CREATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 29 October 1859
T1I? IroHEST TYfS OF THE BRUTE S CREATION. ('From All the Year Bolud.) 'The gorilla is of the average height of man, five feet six inches; his brain case is low and narrow, and, as the fore part of the skull is very high, and here is a very prominent ridge above ie eyes, the top of the head is per ictly flat, and the brow, with its thick 'egument, forms a "scowling pent .se over the eyes." 'Couple with A ,a deep lead coloured skin, much '-:led, and a prominent jaw, with t anine teeth (in the males) of huge size, a receding chin, and we have an exaggeration of the lowest and most forbidding type of human physiog nomy. The neck is short, the head pokes forward. The relative propor tions. of the body and limbs are nearer those of man, yet they are of more un aninlyaspect than in any other of the k ind. Long shapeless arms S--- muscular, with scarce any niution of size deserving the name of wrist (for at the smallest they are fourteen inches round, while a strong man's wrist is not abov...
DENILIQUIN. THE ROBBERY OF THE BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 29 October 1859
- L- - l DENILIQUIN. S[PRoMs OUR OWN coRRESPONDENT.] THE ROBBERY OF TIHE BANK. A most daring outrage was perpetrated at Deniliquin, on Saturday week by three armed men wearing masks, and other wise disguised who stuck up the Manager, Acting Accountant, and servant girl, and robbed the Bank safe of £7900. The parti celars of the ease are as follow: about eight o'clock in the evening while Mr. Millar, the Manager, was in the sitting room, which is situated about three paces from the Banking Office, he heard a scream proceeding from the kitchsn, and npon going to ascertain the cause he saw, as he passed the Banking Ofice door, a man leaning over the counter facing MIr. White the Accountant. Mr. Millar thought it was one of the aboriginal blacks and went round the counter, when he saw a pistol pointed at Mr. 'White's head. Mr. Millar then learnt the reason of the scream ing and immediately turned round to get his firearms, when a second man pointed a pistol at his head threatening to bl...
THE NEW MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 29 October 1859
THE NEW MINISTRY. IFonMATIrow reached us at a late hour on Thursday evening, that the following gentlemen composed the New Ministry: M 1r. PonsTan. . .. . Colonial Secretary. MIr. SAUL SAhMUMEL. . Treasurer. M[r.GEOFFREYEnAGAR Secretary for OFrlrks. Mr. BTACK ...... Secretary for TLands. Mr. Wisx ....... .Attorney-General. A more unpromising list it would be scarcely possible to devise; nor one which had less appearance of stability. It is certain that the Con servative section of the House will never support any Ministry that in cludes tlhe "Canadian Trapper" as Secretary for Lands, while Mr. Cow pe1's party will be to the full as in veterate against a Government headed by the honorable Member for Quean beyan.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 29 October 1859
THE WACCA WACCA EXPRESS, AND GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, SoUTR WAooGGA AGOOA. LAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PRINT 1NG, in every variety and style, with the utmost despatch, Posters at a few hours notice, Handbills, Business Announcements, MLer clients', Auctioneers', and Tradesmen's Busi noss Circulars, Cards, and Bill Headings, neatly displayed. Pamphlets, Club Airtiles, and Society Re orts, correctly and neatly executed. Lvery other description of Letter-press printing executed in a superior style. NEW SOUTH WALES STUD BOOK. JUST PUBLISHED. THIE STUD BOOK OF NEW SOUTH WALES, containing the Pedigrees of the Blood Stock of the Colony from the earliest dates to the present time. SThe Stud Book, which is published under e patronageof his Excel!lencythe Governor ,7neral, has already received the approval d support of the principal stud-masters in ? South Wales, and of all the leading .4 oers of the Australian Jockey Club. OPINIONS OF TIlE P.ESS. * * * "The result is avolmwe which cannot fail to he ...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 29 October 1859
LATEST INTELLIGENOE. SYDNEY. The political crisis was the all absorbing subject. The La Hogie and British Mcr chant had arrived, after makling fine passages, from England. Both vessels, in addition to numerous. passengers and general cargoes of Merchandize, bring valuable augmentations to our stock in the shape of horses, cattle, and sheep. Two enormous alligators had been brought to Sydney from Rockhamp ton, one of them being 12 feet in length and 5 in circumference. The foundation-stone of a new church had been laid by thile Bishop of Sydney at Burwood. Mr. Milford is in the field for the representation of Illawarra in opposi tion to Mr. Gordon, with, however, slender chance of success. Flour was quoted at £23 per ton.
THE POLITICAL FIX. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 29 October 1859
THE" POLITICAT FIX, To those who have watched the poll tical horizon with anything like atten tion during the past few. weeks the second Ministerial Crisis within the &.ssion was no matter of astonishment. The parliamentary barometer, of which the indicator is to be found in the legislative Assemblv, had for some 4iars past been pointing steadily to " Stormy," and it was clear that even Mr. Cowpefs ingenuity and good luck combined must fail to bring the " vessel of the state" in safety from the position she was placed in. The evil day had been postponed till it could be put off no longer; the system of dealing in vague generalities, and anld evasive replies, was fast drawing to a close, and it was clear that, let their hands be what they might, the Ministers were bound to play a card of some sort. The glorious victory achieved'on the occasion of Mr. Mar tin's celebrated motions,-~when the .Cowper allied forces proved that their .powers' of physical endurance were "equal -to ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 4 December 1859
XThANTED, a TRAINER. One capable .'T of tlking charge of twoihbrsea. Ap ply to 3. 3BOON, Commercial Hotel, South Wagga Wagga. NORTH - WAGGA WAGGA ANNUAL RAGES TO COME OFF ON THE SnD and 4TH JANUARY, 1859. ----o--- Sttoanrbs : Messrs. J. BENT, O. WALL, D. McINTOSH. Stcritar ahnb rcasurzr : JOHN FENNESLL. FnmaT RACK. MAIDEN PLAT..---of sovereigns, for all horses that have never won. an advir tised prize, carrying weight for age ;. one mile and a-half, one event. EntranC,. .two sov. erigns. SECOND RACE. PUuLICANS' PUP.-S of twenty-five sov ereigns, for all horses, carrying weight for age; heat;, twice round the rcorsa. TnnRD RACE. XHAcx RACE for all bona fide hacks, to be handicapped by the stewards, ori whom. thcy may appoint; "heat, ,once rouid :th;, core, P'ost ertrance. '. '. ' . .*,.**.... *-** SECOND D y "! -.-, Trc NoR( ' WAOGA OWAGoA rPIRSE Of twent?Y?e gsoveregns, with a sweep -of one '.riTeign. each added, for all horses, to be 'be anidicapped by the stewards or whom they may...