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THE BILLYBONG CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 4 December 1859

THE DILLYBONG- OREEK. This troublksome" stream is" once re likely t9 be the cause of serious. agreement betwveen the settlers o are interested in the scanty supply ater which the creek occaeionly pplies. It appears that some of the tion.holders on the upper part of reek have been for years con dams or reservoirs, with vnEwV of retaininig sufficient r for the cattle and'sheep, as well domcstic purposes, I have re referred to this subject on more ,an one occasion, and to the ''"Yanco tting," which cost the settlers on the .ek some £7000. This work has t, up to the praesent monient effected purpose, altliough its promoters atre l sanguine that it will do so. Opin ,nare so varied thereon, that I would el be justified in stating which I~ right; but the Murrumbidgee -ng been higher this season than it been for several years, and the fnceo cutting not having brought own the promised supply, there is screw loose somewhere The much exed question of water supply to the illyboug is therefore b...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 4 December 1859

TTANLTED Two Men to Split and Fence· ST" Apply.to T. BYRNES. "" N n - E'DJ Two Stea$y Lads, as Appren ?..' . . .tices to.the Printing Business. Apply ,at;the tilce of this Paper. Octohber 30, 186 CAUTION. HE ublic are hereby cautioxed from . purchasing any cattle from oses Baird or any pordoni repxresenting him, bearing my br,?d, M in circle bn ribs, No. 66 and 57 on maiking side, as the above-mentioned cattle are undoubt.dly my property, not bx:ing_ paid for, on delivery made by me to Moses Baird. AEIXANDI),R MURPIIY, Wagga Waggn, 4th I)ecmber, 1858. NOTICE. SALL Parties indebted to the Underseigned A are hereby requested to settle the same within foluteen days from this date, otherwise their accounts will be placed in the hands of a Solicitor fIbr collection, and all persons having claims against the soame are'requested to present them for payment. THOMAS FOX' S Sp~iatters' Hotel, n utioWagga Vagga. December 4th, 1858. STOLEN OR STRAYED. -ROM the swamp, near Chaplin's, about I the...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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SOUTH AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 27 January 1866

SOUTH AMERICA. From Mexicoo we* still hear of skirmishes and discontent. But Maximilian, although not wholly popular, has so far. established his authority that negotiations are on foot for the gradual withdrawal of the French troops. Farther south, while Paraguay is battling with Brazil, and almost vanquished, Spain has been threatening aggressions on Chili. Admiral Parega appeared. before Valparaiso, on the anniversary of Chilian independence, and insultingly presented an ultimatum, having reference to certain small claims sup posed to have been settled. This being re jected, a blockade was enforced. But I am glad to be able to report, as the latest news of the day, that in response to our energetic remonstrances, the Spanish Government dis avows the acts of its agent, and will not risk a war. The Emperor has- published a pro clamation to the effect that the Mexican Ie public is ended by national will on the expiration of Juarez's term of Presidency and departure from the country....

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FENIANISM IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 27 January 1866

FENIANISM IN IRELAND. While this organisation has been indulging its malignity in America, the brethren .have been extremely quiet in Ireland. Iiowever imposingly they may threaten across 3000 miles of salt water, the farce is well nigh played out at home. They have carried the war, not into the enemy's camr, but intothe enemy's courts. Protests, appeals, processes, are the order of the day. They are fighting their Saxon foes, and attempting to beat them back inch by inch, by means of forsenic weapons. From the Lord Lieutenant down to the detective officers, all who have been at all prominently concerned in the arrest and prosecution of.the Fenian prisoners have been menaced with writs The conduct of the Irish Executive in seizing the IrishlPeople is pronounced by them to have been unconstitn tional and illegal; and an attempt has been made to restrain the liberty of the press, by proceeding against:the:proprietor of;the Free man's Journal for publishing the statements of counsel an...

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THE UNITED STATES. THE ALABAMA CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 27 January 1866

THE UNITED STATES. TIHE ALABAMA CORRanPODENOE5. The Alabama correspondence has not: created any great excitement in America. There is a -strong indisposition to war, and yet-a strength of feeling that, taking cccasion of any indiscreet act, might suddenly preeipi tate a.crisis. The New York Times, whose editor is oniintimate terms with the Govern ment, affirms that if Lord Russell has ex pressed the fixed and final determination of this country, friendly relations are impossible. Mr. Seward.himself speaks more cautiously, and in his speech-at Auburn says simply that the President will conduct affairs "as to yield and recover indemnities justly due,:without any compromise of the national dignity and honour." The further correspondence which has been published since I last wrote you brings down the negociations another step. Mir. Adams intimatet that arbitration will "not be again insisted upon, or submitted" by his Government, and inquires what are the questions which Lord Russedl wo...

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THE NEGRO INSURRECTION IN JAMAICA [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 27 January 1866

THE NEaRO INSURRECTION INJAMAICA 'The British publlo have been greatly ex 'ited for week -past by the intelligence of a savage and sanguinary outbreak of negroes in bthe pet island of English philanthropiets. The first report reached us in an indirect way, Svia'Halifax, in the shape of an intimation that: ,the Governor of Jamaica had forwarded to sIome of our military iind naval stations urgent: applications for immediate succour. The na ture 'the iexNtt a0t~d Mthe inoidernts of the re L-bellion, were involved in obscurity. After lie lapsee:of a fews days, private letters began ;to arrive, filled i th hear-say details of an arimed insurrection against the white popula :Aioc,i» which 'the most horrible atrocities Iwere perpetrated inhd which letters were evi ,de ntly penmed' under the influence of terror iand.dread.? Stil,: inighorance as to Whether ; oe' th haidiagI:.oe-hadotved a general and ipreeionarg~tlsiigof the blacks, or whether ^tleipweErred onlyto a4 local outburst of rage ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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FENIAN CONGRESS IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 27 January 1866

FENIAN CONGRESS IN AMERICA. The most startling novelty of the month, however, has been presented by the Fenian Congress, assembled in the City of Brotherly: Love. Its deliberations were secret, b6i't have since been divulged, and few things more ludicrous have come ,to light in recent times Some 600 delegates were present, and there was a large amount' of eloquence expended. IMass meetings were held contemporaneously, and all the old grievances paraded. " The advanced sconts had fallen, but the line of battle was unbroken, and the progress of the cause unchecked. In :1ue time, doubtless, it will triumph! For already-you will be surprised *to bear-these Fenians have' re lieved us of the sister island-they have established an Irish Republic, its Senate is even now in session; it has its President and its Cabinet, and indeed its House of Repro sentatives! The United States is its model. A large building has been rented for the re .v Government, let me add, in the Broadway bf New York! ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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SURRENDER OF THE SHENANDOAH. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 27 January 1866

SURRENDBE Or TE 8RNANDOAH. A fresh element of bitterness has been im. ported into this dipute by the surrender of lie Shenandoalito the Eonglish ,nrh'or:ti6ia Liverpool. Some have broadly hinted 'thelir sespicion that this' pirate was allowed to escape in order to embarrass England.: 'ven the intensely Federal D i!y Newstssves countenance to this idea. Certain it ha"i on Monday,,the' Gti of November, this notab!l cruiser put into our ports, after completing her circle round the 'globe, and destroying no less than thirty-seven vessels in the North Pacifio. The Act of the Melbourne Govern ment in permitting her to rendezvous and' partially refit,'may be pleaded as an act of recognition, and therefore of responsibility, against us. Captain Waddell's -defence is, that he did not hear of the conclusion of the war till some time in August, being far removed from the ordinary channels of intelg ance ; that he dared not put into any American port, for. the sake of assuring him self of the p...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 27 January 1866

LEGISLATIVE ASSElIBLY .The Royal Assent to the following bills .as ieommunicated :-A Bill to authorise the appropriation of certain sums out of the Con solidated Revenue Fond; a Bill to continue and aiend the Scas in bheep Act; a Bill to ,grant certain Duties on Colonial Spirits; and ariBill- to. grant certain, additional' Custori. Duties.--Mr. Cowper announced that since the.last vote of the House on the question of. the appointment of a Culonial Treasurer, he, had advised 'his Excellency the Governor to ,°dissolve the Assembly, which advice his Excellency had, after duo consideration, not seen .fittoeaccept. His Excellency had corm-. umissioihed Mr. Martin to form a new Admiin istration, . but" in coisequence 'of" a, severe domestic 'iliaflion :that hon geritleriin wa. :unable: immediately to proceed with the task entrdited. "to him, and '-solicited a' short ad jounriment hf the, House, ;?He oved, there. fore that ?the House adjourn ulntil TuesdaV next:.- The lhon'gentleman then p...

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EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN NEWS, FUNERAL OF LORD PALMERSTON. London, Nov. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 27 January 1866

;~: UROPEAN ,:iERIOAN. NEWS, T:rB E OVERIiAND MAIL. XUNERAL Ok' LORD PALMERSTON. . Londoi, Nov. 27. V WVeliave l.uried our dead statesman, with such fonereal solemnities and honours as be filt d his position, in the pile which enshrines tl:e relics of our national worthies. In re vokling the decision of the late Premier to be deposited' in the private vault of a remote HIampshire village, and requesting that he should be gathered to the sepulchres of the great in Westminster Abbey, the Queen only -/gave expression to the unanimous wish of the nation. Owing to the loss of time consequent Sor.this change in the arrangements, there was no opportunity for a great public demonstra tion. , The whole ceremonial was a sort of impromptu affair; -yet, though without the pomp which has been witnessed on some other occasions, the spectacle was a very solemn one. Many men, endeared to the nation, have been more deeply bewailed, but the memory of few of our departed statesmen has been so exten Ai...

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News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 27 January 1866

A naonT', snatch, to come off at Bathurat 'on.. the:'25ti; 26th, and. 27th of" this month; as" bheien" arranged 'between .eleven of the SydneyNational Club id ei hiteen .Bathlirat Players. The expenses of the Sydney players to and fro, together with the hotel accommo-. dation 'are to be defrayed by the Bathurit ,Club?. Ahild; of six years of age died.at Qaeanbeyan last week from the effects' of ruin drinking. , The child- had. been: sent to'the puhlic-house for the. spirits and drank some of itf on'his .way. home.---The Melbourne s?burban railways are. going to carry all ex .hibits for the coming Iiitercolonial Exhibition free.- Therer is a great demand 'for femrale servants at Hokitika, New Zealand;' Ainy woman can readily obtain £2?n week.-A q'uarryman 'named, Quealy was afnlieted with ,sun stroke at Woolooidnooloo on Teesday last, :anddi.edin an :hourr r two afterwardls--The Rockhampton- mail bags which were lost -with Ithe runaway horse have' been recov&red in'the bushl ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 27 January 1866

MELBQURNE. POwans, UUTIniRPOOi D,&N n CO.'s lEPOaT. Wednesday, January 17, 1866. SFat .Cattle.-Number in, 1700. Of this number,: only 1258 wreo passed through theoyards; tho balance were chiefly inferior in quality, and, as there is .:nio demand for that description, they were not. penned oC offered for sale. The first lot offerod.was a very primd draft from Colao, and, as they were the best yardedi hero for a long time past, they commanded a great deal of attention, and were very briskly competed for; P'rime and good quality cattle realised very fair prices. but other kinds are almost totally unsaleable. The g.·ziers about town having already supplied thiem selves, there .is absolutely' no domand for. inferior ?r half fatcattle.: We sold 6109. ; Quotations-d. Best Lulloeks 11. 0' 0 ,to' 13 .0:. A few extra prime hoavy . weights 14o.. . 0 0 to 10 0, Good quality do... . . : .? ; 0"?"d?0 ' O. l 00 Middling do. 00,'-0 ; :to 7: ` 0? ' Inferior do; .. : . : ': -3.:0'0 'to ; ; 0 ...

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Commercial. WAGGA WAGGA. Friday, 6 p.m. WAGGA WAGGA RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. JANUARY 9[?], 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 27 January 1866

.oftlittercial. . * .. W·. AGGA WAGGA. -: F *riday, pi.m.'n WAQGAWAGGA RETAIL PRICES CU1RE .T;' ua-; , u.BA 9? :1806. : ." . !. Floir, per ton (Fiine) "'. . .." .'. ?' :'r1" ' "0'0 :o Seconds.Flour, poerton ..= . .. ..... F.'O = 0' 'Wheat per, bushel:..,.;.:.. .,; :to 0 1 0 liar, B'er .ton (Whhaten) -. 18,,*:;.;. ;, ; 6 . Hay, (Beato0aten) 1pr ton.'1." 6 '. 0:; .' i''8"0 '0;o Bran, per bushiell ': '02' '1. Oat, per buishel . 1.....:.. ' 0 2 Corni, per bushel ... ......... ...2 Potatoes, per owt':rione) ..'. '„'i:.'.'*;'.0. 0. '0 ' i futter, per Ib... 0" Cheoee, porlb. .; 5 0.': t·o'svyo Bacon, per 1b. ........ o -. . o . 1 0 Eggs, per doz. ... ....0.0..; ... . ...'.. O0

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ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 27 January 1866

Victor Emmanuel, on opening Parliament, was- received with great enthusiasm. HeI stated his determination to occupy Rome and Venetia; the army is to be reduced, notwith .standing, by 100;000 men. The Davarian Government has recognised a1taly.

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POWERS, RUTHERFORD, & CO.'S AGENCY. G. A. ELLIOT [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 27 January 1866

POWERS] R UTDERFO d* O.' i ENCY .Reports: Fat datlte.-Thei present low ates ruling in the 'Victoriati mnarkete renders'it diffieuid to L efect saleslhere' unless at reduced, rates.. TIh supply is very limited, and-it is.almost:impossl. ble to qet a mob unless by selecting them from se v?eral herds, but, in the;course of a few months, there will be;large numbers fit for the market; I have soldone small lot for local consumption. Store Cattle.--There is "a demand for a fjew good lots of store cattle, as the late rains have caused the grass to spting, and, in many places, filed the water-holes, so that the back country is iow, to.a"certain extent, available. I have sold, for Joshua Hughes, Esq., 300 head young cattle, to Jae. ~obiinson, Esq.; of Copabella, at a satis factory price, for cash. Fat Sheep.--Demand not very good at present, but expect some business tobse done now thatthe railn h. asfallen and agaile opened up the routes to market. Store Sheep.- There is considerable demaind...

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GERMANY AND DUCHIES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 27 January 1866

S GEMANY AND DUOHIES. ?Negotiatis are actively going forward between.E??lanid, France, and Ruesia for the. restoration'f Northern Sclaeswigito.Denmark.' . The Frankfort-on-IMain difficulty is not yet settled. The National Verein maintains the original programme, .that Germany should be constituted a .Federal State.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 27 January 1866

ST. MIARY'S COLLEGE, LYNDHURST, NEAR SYDNEY. flIHIE duties of this Institution will be resumed on f Monday.tho 22nd instant. New pupils are re quested to enter on Saturday, the 20th. Terms: 15 guineas per quarter, (extras included.) JOHN F. SHERIDAN, lPresident. Notice. TIHE undersigned desires to intimnate to the Spublic that the South Wagga Wagga :Steam Flour Mill has resumed operations. - ROBERT NIXON. January 12, 1866. NOTICE. THIS is to give notice that any Orders given for the well-known J-B Mare by Thodmas Darcy, (late of the ?aerool Creek, before the 1st January instant,). are useless, as the said Mare is my property, WILLIAM LEWIS, Boree Station, SMurrumbidgeo. VICTORIA HOUSE. BOOTS & SHOES. 'N the Boot and Shoe Department the -" following reduction in prices has just: been made: Ladies' French Cashmere E.S. Boots 4s. per pair Ladies' Leather Boots 4s. 6d. per pair Ladies' Slippers 2s. per pair Childrenh's Boots and Shoes 2s. per pair Gents' Goods E.S. 8s. 6d. per p...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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DENILIQUIN. Friday Evening, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 27 January 1866

DENILIQ1 .N. ' Friday. Evening, January 19. Glorious rehi has at length' fallen, and the gloo6m which prevailed hereofor months happily passed away.' We have none the prospect before us of a fine autumn,; with grass to prepare the stock for the winter. The. Iosses on cattle and sheep, we sincerely" trust, have not been so greatna 'idported; we have made special enquiries on this head, and we do not believe that the losses have beeii anything like so great as the disheart ening accounts! indiscriminately' published would have us conclude. Fat cattle were getting scarce to the northward,'and first-eloas, at Maitland, were reaching £0 and upwards, 'and good wethers 13s. to 14s. 1.j0cattle-have beein sold at the station at £5 16s 8000 sheep, in charge of Mli. Vincent Dowling, were. going.up the Warrego for feed ; rain had not fallen. there according to the'lhasthdvices. At the namoi and' on the Darling there has been -heavy, rain. At Kynamba, heavy rain:had fallen, and feed'was spring i...

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MANGOPLAH RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 27 January 1866

..:: MAiNGOPLAH RACES. TisB races, as annoitjedd, camne off yesterday,' and we, exteediisgly well attended,- especially by the fair sex, who graced the course inunnusual numbers, even' for - country meet on a general holiday. The racing :as very good, aniid' ai pssed off'without' accident or unpleasatnessa" It will- be seen below. that our Wagga wg ard, Ida, cairied off the -principal prize. We append hereiunder the result of thB racing. " First Race. The Mangoplah Town Plate, oi. 10 sovs. ; twmo miles;; one eveint.:- - Mr .. Han.'s ddt" ' . .. .. .. SBroker'a Cooramin ;. ... : ; .. .. .. . .. .. 2 "Colllm'NeverMind..... ,. 3 "Clipsi? Whalebono .? . ..4 This'racs' was taken by Ida cosly. Second Race., The Maiden Plate, of 7 so.'e one mile ; heats. Ur. ` 1Cli's Jerry.... . .. . .. .... .... .Rltoohgn's Z ....., ....... ..... .. 2 ' 5Henley'sQanil..... . ...; .dst. " Porea.alndoo...... Sdesdaet At-the "tart for this rac 'the first three named horsed 'b"crmenced simultaneously buckiiig...

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THE RACE HORSE O.K. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 27 January 1866

. ?mrs HO .?? O: -This., horse, was easily., beaten: for the Geelong HandIeap last w:eek, ,?Ut was said to have beth quite trained .off. . H has anceptedfor the Great C entre Hahdicap, at Castle-. :maine? bich'will bo decided on.Wednesday next,:: when he'willbhavo to.carry 9s 71b, inceting ~lrwon with 9st. 41b., Mustaig ~lth'8st . 101b., Exile with 7st. 2llb.,"and ._oryboywithi7st. 101b;. He:hai also been nomiinaited for. the Talbot Handicap, the race for whichwill take place oni the 5th February next.

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