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Commercial. WAGGA WAGGA. Friday, 6 p.m. WAGGA WAGGA RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. FEBRUARY 2, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 3 February 1866

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Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 3 February 1866

:? ,? ! C, s,;:::,.% .-7-':: ·6;?? : ? )?icoie f ' ? ??.i,?:ll? ?,.?i~ v 7,_,j . o. - a , . t'1 1 pur ;? iia. Ii n ; i kit s:1i u-.iL, hA.?ri-:r' .b ta h o.."i, l str~.i;:i.Tcd:.?i st-iP , -A m~o it s m cd ctiitb~hirdo icirLe skmih Ii i l firstC i.h i' ;ib siecie r ,eiauih¢fb isbl.'o ."toid-:. ,l ih il.iof fimr o ' t hV *ioi i ',Iifl , ci'1-etiic i u ', tt 'relelt iho r c aro m ini?, - fidi st.' :. --I. t s i h.l''-rt.1; hcep .f.o. "illed il Ist w:leek S 1.M .ou:t ,fct~ o.t., vib r -,.i o in a st'tnl e.ild for witti.--.-he fwit. .oo ,, tI 1cmtLi1ilii hi. as.; :"i .htssh,;:tdh,:l{.'O<{~l{:h''.? ~l?"f;fhf752":.fTli:e. isfdd. Ism. s, lii'i :1 :it -~l&' l .if (am! .oca f:? T,. i' mh m'?: et,? I:h:i is , ! .ini mn lh'nro, ru ot!f?cuc, ..ite; i fih'/,lvsr' .are 'io sml: tilho''n1;'l"isrt 'f li f iJ ie t oolsOll lpomm-lifoo ,; tmt?i~ngoa rtldyatd. - ~IT ell t /ehli i#f is?t: eini?d h a".?nl . lies ; obl ,at h~e ,?dihn fo ' itcsth id V We~lim"Ion l'ml i i' mdlrt 'I bemli ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 3 February 1866

Cmc, .-On Monday ?rlning last a single wicket c ?iket mhtch, between Mesirs. R. ane W. Mitchell n one siide, and Mears. Quodling, Warby and Lak on the other, was played upon the Wesleya ground. The o commendint aboiut six o'e lo and was ~concld about seven. The hour aplinted was rither teo early for most of our townsmoa, and the number of spectators was thor fore exce dingly lmited. The last named gncit' men wen. first to the wick s, and were all puo cot fdr a to l score of four, aft4 which their opon-??-;o wenSi iend scored nine. At theo first hJ! . -:,Ic w`as\ ck by R. Mi:cul, and'.o ".ae v. making s runs, a lost lba wascel:d,f o. ,:ch he claimed this hcwcvcr was e emu fed to Ila .ho other sid who cinlonde 'a,.he snsoa osy; oi titled to ct-i Th -.,' a cuhld aot dacaid '?e paoit, ' h has for tl o :l?l a a- . ti?.y1--c, & tl.-' gn -eL-aoc!-d?. I .'.'.e cca:xd ir'-1-,, Qiol. "'"'s si'li scored anoaia'O four, .ni-L:g a''otel of or-t. ,icitchl'll tiher rt i-eindi'-iec-ed --a-- ...

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Local Intelligence. ST. PATRICK'S DAY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 3 February 1866

a.+oca[ *te[Iigeml ++. ST. PAT"IC- 'S DA" . A?S . I Ir co'fopnlity wilLh tLoe advetiedeoit w'clla op Ip:ared .1 o-ir last ussue, a meeting of p?oron inter-. I sated in thisucciies of the(aiove d ccs w 1is1 .e! . t the ^uaireliun Hotel, on Tuesdny aftreron' Ilst. Iot was the oppomoted]bur, crad E1tll t's e time , good cpriLddls of La Eportingc::ron oft . towa nasecmbled. ; Theo! 'edrel. irtiud'reO was however, fairfronmniielrous. Mr..+?"·s:i in - mously voted to ti 'e chair, and. le ope:cl the I proceedlings by stating hlm{?,khc ricatina .:rc ed ie called for the purposaof ar greing the prograe'n," olecting the stewards, and deciding upon oboer matters connected withi the races which: they wised to ge up for St. Patrick's Day. Io then briefly sketched oupf what hahims lf tuon?ult would be a desirable apportionmeat of the prizes, and .a lively discussion thereupon ensued, wlic'c ultiaa Stelyresulted in tiho adoption of tho folloeing pro. grammnne :--First, the Maiden Plato of .15, one...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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DENELI[?] C[?] COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 3 February 1866

DENZ~LI: OULOCZ.OLI 'ioOURY.: Tn'; Cenut nen'- a s - - a na., btefra 1a io-a,T?h'ei C .ink t 4I?., Si .Al.r-d S:tl:cI. His iho or '- satmin lc,,?-?'.", c .i..t .lat,:.". ?-;a dn 'itt. SnO (Co ii;ift/'if.. 'i- t Cw+' ,-d-csdo o,.,,..'iir~bi.ii +rlt:.' q.5:r :+:. ., c:,,.?:". :::+/b:. e r t+,:+~i~ . +?+... 'at iJ eTiricnc " : ehn t:tinia 1' .3 3 C. '"e jenwcbetter ap' .-"- IC. 3 1' "luiini'rh~t o..Justie ai?.Ylie :-i; +: a. &jol.T-. H C-?-i thACJ '. espree; t -- : if ' ;v-- ta Deniliatun coE~i2 C;i;;di;ri~·~~~ ·iA u fdidooricit iduihnsa C." "'.'. (I '," c'.'tem o.,-'_,n. in int. cerdrte"t' i'-' Ccum uo'r. alp ci a to to',. • :. - T . was ,a r.n. '.-eno>r.,.ir.- , . "2dividnia, hi' an d:owd t o t~l~ez~ bar ?D~ IA,+r.~ j ?+n,,?!..,,;.li÷?,,- t....,,?!;;;; !:~..8,. . , o I w1ii1, arn''/i ' &fjad tof wef'"ii -tc, m"vived trr Budh t?ti11?. - W, it-'i wefto~lh, o?.sirl 3Jtha, lS~h'?To??? ;;?,+.'".-:," '.'',It'? +? ; ppawrerd nte-C-o -±5 ' ? 3:?! a ri1 t oaie 1 at er barrw...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 3 February 1866

' ( a a r flee I :'· nrecs C.r: -. i ? '.l?- ice t o the 1ev. S?ore. r'fof tic I rl I3ib lcASrnii~4 ythe fo'ioniug qucs ·Lon I :- O. Whhi2 n rt"'"xn f6 'a eeividildual 'ippoinied ".'it;,??tea ? ?',; ; - , ?i' Y ': ,. ?,., :.::.? to cioprvic tC" c""".:so'jta''jfl xei a -3 Wherarxro''e b" Pi" . 4. If eni to ,n 'dxh di d rrive9 and .5.Wh. :Cihbm~we it. G ;Hao " (thi ser.c't r)P idy p o.f foCr m ? end .7. 'IE aqt, wheredit,·.· mainy, ?.:." 8 H~Ia h'eciz in.xe tice to :·y .of the. committe IoE t.,e -irxv ;dc t 'ae boobs ('i ..:lt?;hii y ircaivcd) ? : 9.1If 'int, .. -i..,:''o t de?:de so? ; "llumour, nys3t;:x.bi".sh le"e boer.n town vtwo monthgs,: and r-"' noc t'i'n?u?.-i n a oie,' noet un lei miyone's 'chig-!; t:-S:W ci li,.ve not bden pid for tir' ,""d thar thi c:c uttce ]kriow "aothing eo t cil rodi thq sccectiry''rifxceim co to the I cucjet, atBeAlming. thie report to be .-o, will yo,- i"af th' Rev: Se?aritv· , anotl'l.e~ aiuetion. k .. 10. Do:at1 : coisidrr ie &>s doif...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 3 February 1866

WAGGA WAGGA 113u ine00 1DiVectorty. .IJ i 1Qtaggaga ~1agg3a expres00 SGENERAL PRINTIRNG OFFICE, PRXXITINC TN every ariety and style, with the utrnost des +1 patch. l Handbills, Business Announcements, Merchants', Auctioneers,' and Tradesmen's Business Circulars, Cards, and Bill Headings, neatly displayed. P.pamphlets, Club Articles, and Society Reports, correctly.and neatly executed.- - Every other description of Letter.press pinting xeeuted in asuperior style. The, following forms alwaya on hand, for sale, S.uJZ-: "r . ' DISTRICT COURT .PLAINT S- L NOTICE O &ET-OFF .. AUSTRALIAN :JINT STOCK BAINK. I NTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at current 1': rates. Drafts isued on all the. Branches and Agencies in New South Wales, Queensland, Victoriao, Adelaide, Tasmania, and New Zealand, also on Eng land, Ireland, and Scotland. S s W. A. COTTEE, Manager. W.. Wagga Wagga, :, 13th September, 1864. BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Capital......... ............. 1,O000,000. •aeserved mnd .........

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 10 February 1866

IN THE MIDST OF LIFE WE ARE IN DEATH. 9ew andmoat valuable O edietneO for thero to intractable and incurable diseases. U"NLIKE the Patent Medioices generally imported from thb United Kingdom, the following fromnt France have been severely tested and scrntlined by the most eminent and practising Physilcians of Paris, &o., In so much that the entire Parisian Medical Faculty, attached to the Government and other Hos pitals, &o.. in the French dominions, can, after rigorous trials, with the fullest confidence,recaommend them to the favorable notice of all languishing not only under ordinary diseases, but those who may be "hoping against hIope." No more Cod tiver Oil--Byrup of odized Horaeradieh. Prepared by GnUnoLT & Co., Chemists,, 7, ue de Fonilade Paris, according to the certificates of the Physicians of the Paris hospitals detailed in the Pros pectus, and withl the approbation of several Academies, this Syrup is employed with thie greatest success in place of...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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NORTHERN ROUTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 10 February 1866

NORTHERN ROUTES. JUDGING from the tone of the press in the Southern Colonies, we have every reason to believe that our fellow.colonists are pleased with us for the enterprise which has been shown with regard to the new mail route via Torres Strait. The progress of the telegraph line, which is ultimately to connect Australin with Europe, has received an equal amount of care and forethought with steam communica tion. On Wednesday last Mlr. Frederick, Walker, the well-lknown explorer, left Bris bane for Rookhampton, for the purpose of proceeding to Rockingham Bay. From that settlement Mr. Walker will conduct a party, consisting of an officer from the Telegraph Department, two white men, and four of his old troopers to Burketown on the Albert River,. The purpose for which the expedition is sent forth, is to find a suitable route for the extention of the the telegraph line to its ulti mate destination, for the present,on the shores of Carpentaria; although doubtless in a few years it wil...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Colonial Summary THE GULF OF CARPENTARIA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 10 February 1866

. T olonial jnitmiina .,THE GULF OF CARPEN'TAIA. 1Menmorandumby Mr. Lamb, the Chelof Com. missioner-of Crown Lands in Queensland, respecting the country at the head of the OGulf o arpontaria. IT iwlllnot be out of place, at the commence ment of this paper, to refer briefly to the rapid extension of pastoral occupation during lidelast four years in the northern portions of tho colony of Queensland, over an area equal to that of France. 'It is at all times a source of pleasure to trace the rise and progress of settlement in a Inew country; to observe its onward strides from point to point; how it spreads, leaven like, over the land from centres of occupation. whence fresh adventurers are continually taking their departure. The march of event: in a new colony must always be more striking and rapid than in older countries, where the progrese is more intimately connected with the material comfort of the inhabitants and the higher organisation of their social state. In the infancy of a co...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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THE PALMERSTON TITLE AND ESTATES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 10 February 1866

THE PALMERSTON TITLE AND ESTATES. ANNOUNOEMBNTP, almost aTounting to asser tions, have been ventured upon in various journals to the effect that it is the intention of the Queen to secure additional permanence in the realm to the honoured name of Palmerston by conferring a peerage (with, of course, that title) 'upon the popular statesman's widow, with remainder to her second son, the Hon. William Cowper. I think I can safely assert on the contrary, that even for the leading feature of this rumour there is not as vet the slightest foundation; whilst its details are so palpably improbable as to insure instant dis belief. There can be little doubt but that the nation would gladly hail some arrangement which would retain the title of "Lord Palmer ston" still familiar amongst us, but I am quite sure that it would equally expect that after being, as in all propriety due, enjoyed by his widow, the honour should-were it only for the sake of poetical justice -descend to his natural heirs. In...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Miscellaneous. DUEL BETWEEN A FENIAN AND AN ANTI-FENIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 10 February 1866

DUEL BETWEEN A FENIAN AND AN ANTI-FENIAN. tx order to divest the following extraordinary narrative of anything like romance, to which it certainly bears a resemblance, the names, &o., of the parties are given, so that there can be no mistakeo about *the entire anTir. In one instance only, is the name omitted, and that for obvious reasons, lest it should operate to the prejudice of the position the person occupies; but any one who may be doubtful on the point, if worth while, can be made aware of his position and standing. On Mlonday evening, the 13th instant, Mr. John G - , a person engaged in mercan tile life in this town, and who resides in K- street, Edge-hill, on his way home, entered the general room of a well-known house of public entertainment, in Dale-street, where several gentlemen were enjoying them selves after the day's toil-its profits and losses on 'Change. MIr. h- ad in his hand a double-barrelled fowling-piece, which he was carrying home after having some re ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Police Court. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3RD, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 10 February 1866

'jlolice Goort. SATUorna SPTEBER 3eRD, 1866. S(Before G. Forsyth, Esqc., J.P.) AossAULT.-Do4nglh.s McGregor was brought up and charged with violently assaulting Jane McGregor on the. 2nd instant. Mr. Gibbes appeared for the prisoneo. Johiii Leeman, Senior-constable, was Worn, and said that, on the previous evening, he .ent to the Bridge Hotel, and there saw Jane AlcGrcgor in a room behind the bar, with no cloth ing niln her beyond an opossum rug drawn around her; lie shortly after, left, and then, hearing that MIcGregor had been giving his wife a severe beating he retumnecl, and found Mrs. McGregorwith a great deal~ of blooi upon her face, and a severe cut over the eye; she was sober and collected, and told him that her husband had been kicking her; she then ave him into custody. Jane 'McGregor said she ias the wife of the pritoner; on the previous day, s~i lodged two infor?nations against the prisoner fdesseault, and,.on padaing the door of the Bridge Hlotel on her return, her husb...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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DENILIQUIN. Friday Evening, February 2, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 10 February 1866

r"s'.I ??"i :'" ,.Fday.:Evec,n ,', eburuary .' 1666,, Th firib rains and tho genial :days and.nights:that 'uceededlth'.?mlave'chlinged the face of:th couptry, and'. ?dwiro '-ejyiti fine spring; weathle .insteadioet 'the torrid heat of Janiiry in iRiverina... Madchqof the stboekthiat 6ws seet,' t: travel for.fjod are.' now beimn ordered lhinsm'thi snlbthish and tho cottonbush spring: 'ing liuuriantly, but-itcani.ot, for. somo time, afflect theio fit cattle. Slheep- will'ipickl iupiiquicker. .-The, losses lF~a bideen seviere among tho old sheepp-which *will preclude the prospeit of annylowering in mutton. ?ittoUiadnd beef promise to, be smewhat scaie,; as stockholder's need not now rrushi half-fat stock into 'madrklet :-'In* tIi northeri' markets, 'ftd cattle. are ascjr.e, in t iritland Ihey sell readily, at 'high prieci. ..1AS iad,'deliered at a. statibi ori th? Barwivon, ; .wer sold,'at'£5 5s: each; toi a Mndolhoiinidbthiayferfdr cash; Fait shep i're reaf lisii;lS . ;'mniileli'k co ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 10 February 1866

.olla. *ntelfi?gitrce. OnTruAnv.-For the post idw months there has been an dhusual amount of sickness in the town anld district,: and the fatal; caubs which have oc curred have, especially of late, been terribly nume. rous.In Ithe hoide?hbolddf the Rev. S. Fox, sickness and death have beeo2busy indeed. It is only thrcee weeks since that o obitihuary recorded the death of one of the chSi1zilof,this gentleman from dip thsri Au n o attacked at theasme I gradually sank u'util Smnday Jhight litst,~wfici she also breathed her last. "Prevyoue ts tlisi the dis tress of the.fdmily.was still'fusthoe indesised by a third child being taken seriously ill, who; we are glad to hear, has rathrimprorved during the past few days, andis not now colnsdoced to be in iany da ger. On Monday morning the death ofrirs. Fox was ery generally known, and every place of business was partially closed. The funeral .took place at four o'clock on the iame afternoon, and notwitlh standing the shortness of the nobtice...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Commercial. FEBRUARY 9, 1866. POWERS, RUTHERFORD, & CO. SAGENCY G. A. EDDIOT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 10 February 1866

PO WERS, RUTHERFORD, 5* CO. 'SAWC&E'Y Re.j)ort8:e atCattle.,'NotlNo n e.to . .I hear d4f an onrn tot of %O/nnoqi they are fro r':the . norti and beton ..o ..n'l.,t: ?..,e La . nl'. Ta Sheep. - -N a tleo.? bnt, I ?to ?Af ,; ... . • .. ; ~ ·,,.,,lm, ,;. . ,%....,. ?. , .1400 (Mena?Ii J?nden ) dofe to be ap ."'. irattii; : e?.. ? fir d & Store· aS keep -I/na.o eenalang:. lotn:l o .Stand.?r.: ' bi i .ute?teh a' [IvenrCy, e ca t a nn rm?.- I have coled:to Rober t Sane ! Fe of of n:_rihonjae,175 Jtaonfr-en. Lnneten talnt-? nt/moon. e! ent n fiu alen, "(ni ? 1q?e cet, /oot' o of N R Plenyoy n, ufnee.

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"SOCIAL AFFAIRS IN ENGLAND," AND AMONG OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 10 February 1866

"SOCIAL AFFAIRS IN ENGLAND," AND AMONG OURSELVES. Jon~ PLUMMER supplies the ,S.dne . Morning Herald with a monthly letter, purporting to give an account of "Social Affairsh in England." This John Plummer, of Kettering, having been originally a working man, has very strong .sympathies with the class from which he has sprung, and we like him none the less for this. Ii his last communica tion he quotes with warm approval, the following sentence from one of the brilliant orations which Mr. Gladstonehas latelybeen deliveringat Glasgow. "This nineteenth century," says the orator, "whatever it is, is undoubtedlyin a new and pecu liar sense, the century of the working man; it is the century which has seen his position raised, his circumstances improved, new means organised for his benefiit, new prospects opened for his future, and he has before him a prospect which, as Itrust. nothing can mar, of increased weight, increased consideration, increased usefulness, mnreased hap. piness in the ge...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 10 February 1866

LAND SALEs. TN..pursuance of the provisiois of "The `Crowsn . Land's Alienation Act of 180l," I, the?llinister forLanijo'hibioby: notlify'lh'at the' follos ing lts' of .laiid'fill be offered for'ialc,'by public': iuctioni at thic! underheatieioned: places, at eleven o'clock,: on-'' t da,. specified, nt'thB upaet price afflhxodto:'.oach lqt re.pcr-i tively; '' (l3eoit, 5 per'jcent.)" * S" ' :BO IE,,WITr ".S s . GU.\DAGAI (at the -Plice Offict-) oin 'PRI- DA 9th' IMAR0CI.: CorTnr LoTr :." Cdunty of.'ir eri, 'parish of Jiigioilni 1' lot '-(S11' acres), adjoeinig. h'? wsrBstern boinda'rydf 'Jaies 1'ing'a 42 6acres, oni thec rboad froni-Gundugai to Jugiong about 3 miles sduth westerly from Jugiong, portion- 97i county of.Bti&i clench, parish of Darbalarn, 1 lot (40.acrees)on -the left bank of Adjungbil~ OCeek, about 1 mile westerly from Quirk's 5- acres on tltht crorlk, portio6n :60 (for.. 'fited conditional purchaso' of Michael Quirk); ilotl (80 acres), on the left bank of Adjun...

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Lower Murrumbidgee. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 10 February 1866

¶Loretr _JturrumItbgee. TIIE good folks of tihe lower Murrumbidgee are not usuaUlyromarkable for any great manifestation of in terest in political matters, or at least tile discussion of such topics is usually confined to the pothouse politicians, whose somewhat dogmatic desertdtions on men and mIeasures generasly partake more of the character of declamation than argument, and usu ally terminate in a unanimous vote of preference for the Gregres, over the Legres or Regree. Just now, however, some little anxiety appears to have been excited as to the probable doings of the coming parliamentary session botlh in the minds of intend ing free selectors and squatters; the former natur ally considering that under existing circumnsutances conditional purchase is not likely to prove a re m~arkably paying speculation, and the latter being by no means without misgivings as to the probable method of dealing by tihe new Government with Mr. Cowper's reserves.-It is not I think much to be feared th...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SANDHURST. RYAN AND HAMMOND'S REPORT. January 31, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 10 February 1866

iiO^O~' AND 'UUlSMONDO B-Oit'oiT. ,; : " : . January 3S1, 13'. 1 . hp:are to rpqit abutte Ufeinrg in our amriket for fat caltle ,speiialry, far superior.qualityi eialierasconi :ing forwnard with more conilidence,, w ýith tl exception ofour .OalWrat *friends, who ar able i s rasonri to get supplies of.bifttei qdi nlity, iil 'h.t .heaper irates in their own district..Beit beýf,'worth from' 30S to' 6'3s, per 100lns i;ilferior. 'froni '~03 to 23s:' Oir sales this :eek, haveibeen : 300 hldad, imdiu'm cattle, for MIr. John Capel, at. £...Thei dinmad for store cattle hassTallen off considerably, as wo wvreb only 'able ti oltain £3for a lot. The market is improvirg for fai sheep,`ibhut 17s. for 081bs;.- Wo expect shdrtly to havoeour marketfor this.description of stoeckopeh i :fore sales, ih- same as cattle aru sold, whi ch willtbe more satisfactory to all parties.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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