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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE To the Editor of the Wagga Wagga Express. Donkeydom, Bray-street, December 13, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 December 1858

obTUiNAL Co RRSPONDENCE the Fditor of the Vagga Wagga li'vpress. --(1- Donkleydom, Bray-strceet, December 13, 1858. Dans- What fool oi lls? .JIAURa-0, Worthyifool! whom his brain (Which is as dry as the remainder biscuit S After a Voyago hath strange places crammed With observations, the which he vents In mangiled forma. , . -- •He must have liberty, and, VWithal, as large a charter as the wind, To blow on wlom he pleases; ..For sa fools have.- . Sir-i-The abov.e lines suggested themseles to me on perustal of. a production which appeared in. your issue .of. Saturday last. Estimating that production' by the standard measurement socially assigned as the ne plus ultra of securility, defairiation, malice, unchari tableness, audacity, and mendiicity, the letter signed ''Vox Populi" has seldom, I think, had its'counterpart; certainly it could scarce be surpassed in the exhibition of the attri butes referred to. That man must be gifted with more that ordinary audacity, who will erect himse...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17th, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 December 1858

}rIDaIY DrojC 1r0a R17th,,158, ·SuPTrtO OF Ilnri)s STFi roG: - =Peter ,Sk~neCll was brought -up on remand 'from TI uesd:y last, on the :above 'charge. . The evidence adduced was iot i stfficient to sustain the charge, and the prisoner was discdarged. ItObnBeR: l amoe. : Siil,, Chairles Saul, JohnILewiesi, ThIomis MorrTow, and- Thomas Toiine, fw ere bIrought befoi;the bench, onrthe above charge It appears feom the evidence that tlie prdeliiises of F A. .Tmpson and Co. webre robbeLd of a quantity of shirts and loolking-glasses, and that most of the artieles missed were traced by the police, and some of them found on the lionmises of the prisoners Jaamebs'and Charles BSaul. :;Thomas Morrow aiild 'Thbmas Jones were discharged, there Ieiig no .eviduice to implicite them in the abo~ie licarge: James and Chailes Saul and and Johni Lewvis, Werae) combiiitiedLto take their. t..rialatle nelixt uiarterSss.ions.

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THE BILLYBONG DAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 December 1858

S'Ti l BILLYIlIBON D *' \ *Ovincg to there being onil a weekly post from .Deniliquin, and to. the mact thiat' there is .no regular comniuinica tion with the localities ilhere the work .of dam destroyinig has been.going on , we have had .:'no further .:particulars friom ouir lown river correspondentsiin referenic ': to :the .late. :aistiurbances; .e learni; ..however, .fromii private sources that beyond the seven: dams already cut;, ho more" property has .been destroyed:" ' Mri. De: Sailly ;is busy rebuilding his dam and thie .work is being executed'in a particiilarly sub stantial manner. Large ;trees- have been grubbed up" by.'i ihe 'rdots' and piled one above the other to foiirm the dam. The water liberated from the dams bas.reached Mr. Dunn's station, and those ojn the lower enid of 'the creek express themselves satisfiedl with the quantity of wiater obtainiid.n It is alleged that.Mr. De Sailly's dam is as full now as it was before being cut; and; if this statement: be correct; it...

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DENILIQUIN. THE BILLYBONG DAMS' AGAIN. December 13, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 December 1858

DEN IIIQUIN. THE BILLYBONG'.IDA&MS AGAIN. [vaoM iOvU OwS coRtEitoio[NTI D cembe 1r:3 1i858. This morning, the Chief Constable, with four mounted constables, started for the Coree Danio on the uppec part of the Billvbong, to prevent a breach:of the peace. The. have received i?ifoinuatioin of a' party of men: tliat have goue up.to cut it downnagarin; it is in tended to :resisti the besieging party, and we afiaid serious consequences may ensue. On the 15th the Police IMgistrate also started for the above place. Go A- EAD DrNILUIN.. SOne of our enterprising :towlnsmen Mr. F. Burrowis; has recentlyv purchased the HIigh l'andersk'iann and groi~ind attached, andintends at once to erect a splendidi:brick:IHotel, in lieu-'of-the present 'wobioden building. W O understand it will be two stories.high, : and have a spacious room fit fo~i public meetings, a room that has been lodg. waanting. in: South Deniliquin. We must say, .isince, Mr; :,PF. Burrows has been .the.landlord of the above...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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LECTURE ON TELEGRAPHS. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 December 1858

LEOTITjE ON TELEOjlAPHS. ]y J. 3. ]IuTJhn R Esq. ( Continucd.) -5 If this will not suffice, go yet again, and there see the good ship Catherine Adamson, laden with precious souls, entei'ing Port Jackson, on the 23rd October, 1857, and then watch hei past the dangerous places ! listen tdo the joyous conversation of this one, and the congratulations of that one, then watch her when suddenly she strikes upon the:fatal spot. Howthe conversation is turned into the fer vent prayer for rescue. The hope,: the fear, and the despair depicted upon each countenance, as he or she sees the shore and the home; listen again to that slirill cry, shriller farthan any heard before. Look at that fair one perishing in the watery grave; then: look at the minister of Christ facing. the grim giant death-with composure and confidenice, asonly a true Chris tian can. Look, in imagination, my brother members, at these sad sights and tell me whether or not the electric telegraph ..was needed. I think, Sir you w...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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MUTTAMA DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 December 1858

'MUiTTAMAI DIGGIN.GS. : . [FILOn OURl. OWICO2BRSPONDENT.] Thislittle reef, as far asit has been worked, s showifig indications of a valuable nature;. in fac, fromin all' I,'have seen, I shouIld say nuite as rich :as Adelong" The diggers here are anxioiusly looking for 'the adtenit 'of a Crushing Sitachiie t6·test their work. From 1 ton 15 cwt. of qua~tz which was sent to, Adelong to be crushed; we got back two ounces and sixteenS diwts. . This. quartz was taken from just :under the surface .of: the ground. There are one or two holes already on the cap of the reef, and the holes generally show a certainty of a riehyield. At present, I am sorry to say, -that there is only an apology: for a store on thereef, and we are obliged to get all our supplies from' Gundagai, which is 'about 24 miles distant. This 'we hope soon to see .altered. .The population is' still small but gradually increasing. ; [We have been shown a specimen of quartz firom.thlie above Reef, and w'ie perfectly agree wit...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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(To the Editor of the Wagga Wagga Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 December 1858

(To th~ME £daor of ik J~P ~9ag# ?"agaEx'rsa .) ir-The po8st office :at Wagga 'Wagga ie open foi,. the delivery of letters, on' Sunday, .Erom` 9.30'till 10.30 .in.the forenoon. I am: ot; ware whehether' or not this is by..appohit miint 6f the Postmaster-General, oi an ar rangement of.the. Postmaster here. I con sider it a very inconvenient hodri persons coming from the country to attend publid worship, cannot be expected to be. so early' in the tdwnship, 'and gudge to be obliged to leave ,it without getting such letters and' papers as may be'm inthe office for themselves and their neighliours. I am well .aware of the obliging disposition' of the gentleman at p!reasct, in ,clharge' of the post-office.; still, lie imay ;not be always there; 'anid, therefore; I, thiink that if the hour were changed tO' 12.30' till 1.30,.it would he no inconvenince toany' oie, anidlaui accdmmodation to m'iiyaliiving at' a dist ce," as 'at' pr seont it appears td be a class arrangement made for the conven...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 December 1858

LO'rizi JN T ob ELLTGoo ENOc E o i - --0--O--* We haveb.een roquested.toc'hilli .ttentio ito the 1id& :i&diditiih. 6jf th?o North W?agga vagga. lTcKi'eCourse. It is to be hoped that the parties concerned in the, forthcoming ra1es will atte?rd to the sano and hafe the course put in horough repair bofoie'the 3rd of January ino'.M GuNsDAOA. . --The weatliier continues. intensely hot. On WVednesday -.vening last a terrific thunder storm broke over the. town, but happily no damage was done. The Ade long Escort brought 1730 ozs. 16 diits. gold. The Muttama Reef seems .to be going ahead, •and tlhere hiash" eenf a greatirncreasee in the plpulation,' nd r someo talk (that. acrushiing machine will soon be erected there. It is iual"ii heeded, -.and :will no. doubt prove a renun'mratiyve investment to any spirited per 'soin. ) Thiore'.i:'5alab gqb'od 'n?bduintsfrom 'thie' Mlumie MJumie cof. SMvaTEROvUS-.DEA.T--Oa Friday last the. 7.th instant,.as Mr. Bveridge; of Waiitahad gii'e...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 December 1858

iT) CO/E i''J4OZ'.lNf rK19 Ckoraepon 1dnts in all part.gof The Snut1ir TI)istir ts are i.hriF:i that we Cshall at all timc.. buppy to recrive fr'om them aceounts of .suih loi'.orvent's as may- :be deemed worthy of notice'in their different neighboiu hoods;' indecd, such communications will place, u nderi an oliation to the ariter. omitted li~s .wee'k,.en a.qtunc o thSge ,ress of ot bin' mnddc[ itZ idtill, aeppei rti aOib 'iiiist issue. . .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 December 1858

THE WAcCA WACQA EXPRESS, '' 'AND QENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, SonTa WAooA WAGGOA. .HE PROPRIETOR begs to inform the SInhabitants of Wagga WVagga and of the District in general, that his Office is now replete with the most Modern Type the Mydaey Ifarkets can furnish, combining all soit of Plain and Ornamental Type, Borders, Ornamients, &c., together with every facility required to meet the demands of the present dsy. He hopes, with moderate charges, to secure a fair share of public patronage, pledg ing'himself to spare neither expense nor -xertion to:give satisfaction. Plain and; Ornamental Printing, in every variety and style, with the utmost despatch. Ladies' and Gent's Address or Business Cards with neatness and elegance. Posters at a few hours notice. Handkills, Business Announcements, MIer chant's, Auctioneers, and Tradesmen's Busi ness Circulars and Bill Headings, neatly dis laruygist's and other Labels, plainor fancy. Catiaogues at a short notice. Pamphlets, Club Articles,...

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THE NEW ASSESSMENT ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 December 1858

P10'-1' iiJWASS3$W~ NT A'T W\ lately\ took occ'asion to animadvert in sti'on^ -ters, on the ecoidiiet of the-liet." \Troa '.i -Gi'.iR iii the in attcr- ,',:of ,tle..-; new .A?, tFq-.: . Ttif?lnt 01o ,ICI Aot -- a oS :.lo1\ ' iilo.wif ii'ety.,f..puhho."eonfidkncer iwas tlie man whxii ¢ould -behave ini . ituh 'i ianneir. l/Infortnnatelv, tlih' conseqeilc:es of 'Mr.i MARTIN', kdupli city did not termnitt wnith the inflic tion ?n .im o.f tlli diL graeehe so richi y merited:;'iior.'\ere ,the inconve nienhcrs. attlatt n'e."iin' nr. thieim confinied to his:foirincr colleangues-on the con trary they are wiidelv spread, and affect all wio'are 'int{rede ir-tlhe'reariih'of stock ihether shedp, cattle, or horsea: TheL squattinig inte rest, asi.ell as 'all other classses of 'the-community had, b?~gimi'to*c :ieCricile'theriselves 'to the ssesRment. Act, on.;the. soind d.ol irinciple ,that':"iwhat·iscan't"be cured inust be/ondurcd, • altliouol no6impar'a^ .itll p~ersoil''obuld 'd'eny that: the Bil...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 December 1858

DEATH. Died at Wagga Wagga, on the 21st instant, Mr.   Richard Mallyon, aged 41 years, for many years Chief Constable in Yass, and latterly holding a         similar appointment here.             THE WAGGA WAGGA EXPRESS. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1858.

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A STRANGE GIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 1 January 1859

A STRAN?O GEFT.-Near the turn pike-gate, on the Kent-road, for many years stood a -lame beggar. A -gen tleman in the Bank" of England had noticed the mendicant for some time, and was much pleased with his mild demeanour and adpress. HIe had long been .in the habit of. giving him a penny every morning at' nine o'clock; when on his way to the city. This apparently distressed object became very infirm, and no longer took the usual stand. The philanthropist visited him at his- obscure dwelling; he 'sent medicine and nourishment; but, notwithstanding this 'kind atten tion, he died, first making his will, and bequeathing all he possessed to his protector. Conceive the astonishment of the gentlemen when he found that the subject of his bounty had trans ferred to him the sum of £1500. Effects of Fear.-A Parisian physi cian, during his visits made in a hired fly, had received a bottle of real Jamaica rum as a sample, but found, aftci returning home, that he had-left it in the carriage. He we...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 1 January 1859

` AN-TEDi a good'Man Cook, one that is V willing'to make himself generally use f:al , Apply at the Office of this Paper. WV ANTED, -Two teady Lads, as Appren tices to the Printiug.Business. Apply at the office of this Paper. October 30, 1858. £10 REWARD. W IIEREAS on or about the 8th instant s' s ome pemon or persons did feloniously s-:laughter 2 head of cattle, viz., a Bullock and o'lleifer belonging to me, branded 1MM[, at the Pirty Swamp, about 6 miles from rWagga Vacnga, on the Owra Run, and threw the head' and hide of one on the Bank of.the' River, and took the other hide away; as also. the.beef in a dray, which was tracked from the place across the plains towards Waggal -We~ga I hereby offer the above reward to ' 4' rson who will give any, information asgecting the killing of the above cattle. MICHAEL MACNAMARA. - TOLEN OR STRAYED, from . 'Eicinnyharheenvha, about three weeks ago,. a Dark Bay Ilorse, 14 hands high, .~raid~dl -ifW .: oi?tthe near shoulder, with w.hiLe spts on•?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 1 January 1859

PRICES CURRENT, -g SYDNEY. Wool..-.Seoured ...... b Is 10 to 2i. 4d. - Sfiperior.Clip ...... . 'l. ..id. to 2s. Fair ... ..... ...... ' i d.t . lOl Infeior. .... ..... ,; Is: .3d. to As.t d,: (ireaisy . Sd:... 8d. to 1A.; Id. -Loeks,l:plcese?,..-... Are ,,? Gd. to s.. Sheepskins .;.o;.;;.:?' .:" .6, TAL:,ow.-Mntton. ........'..5.. cwt 562s. to 11s.. Beef .......... .. 49s.,te.45s. HIDEs.-Cured and:heavy ... each 12is.to 14s. Gd. Small and light,..- ;, 5s. to 10s. BoNxs.-Shanks ... ý:.0.......a ton £4.10s. to £7 10s. HoRss ............ ......% IDOU 20s. to 33s. SDUIRHAM AND IRWIN, Australian Produce Auction Mart, 00, King Street West. Sydney, 24th December, 1858. ----0--- CLOURH'S WEEKLY CIRCULARt, MELBOURNE .858. Wuo,.-VWe moved off privately during the week about 500 bales of fleece wools, and one lot of t40. bales scoured (some lots of which were bought in at the last sale) at a small advance upon the rates then obtainable. We cannot, however, look for any great change here, buyer...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. SUBMARINE TELEGRAPHS IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 1 January 1859

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. - SUBMARINE 'TELEGRAPHS IN .AUSTRALIA. Mr. W. T. Henley,. the submarine cable maker, of Greenwich,, is just on the point of coripletiiig a cable ordered from him bylthe colonial government of Victoria. It is intended to be laid' from the city of Victoria, across Bass's Straits to Launceston, in, Tasmania, and will be in thriee sections=-the first cable' heing, fom Victoriaa to Cape ,.Wickham'- on'- King: islandi, whence -communication will be:continued by a land line to. the -opposite :extremity of that island.; the second iifon: the latter point to Huniter sland -acmbr?? os vlich also a land line will bte continuedli;ed anid the thii'd fromiHunter Island'to Laun ceston, in Tasmania. Thie total length of the~'abld is'250, miles. ý The conductor is a solid copper wire of No. 16 guage, double covered up to No. I size, with gutta percha; the exterior of the gutta percha is sewed with Russian hemp, saturated with a mixture of Stockholm tar. lin seed oil, and Russian ta...

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AMERICA. CELEBRATION OF THE ATLANTIC CABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 1 January 1859

AMERICA. C?EILEBR TION OF TIIE ATLANTIC SOCABLE. "Tho'cable celebration," writes the .New.ork correspondent of the 'Daily =Ne?s' on the 4th of September, "has 1just passed off with great eclat, and ..was certainly as much of a success as those things ever are. All the Volun teer Military Corps, two regiments of which are fully equal in drilland appear ance to any troops of the line I ever saw, all the public bodies, and all the trades, were fully represented in the line. The crew of the Niagara rolled iAlong the street in the usual sailor fashion, amidst the yells of the by staniiders: a portion of the cable was drawn- by ten horses. Sewing machines, printing machines, and al most every kind of machine, whose owners were desirous of publicity, fol lowed in the waggons, some of them in full operation. Lord Napier occupied a carriage with Archbishop Hughes, the prophet and guide of the Anti British party, and it is said they con versed amicably. Cyrus Field was of * course the cynosur...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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SYDNEY. December, 21st 1858. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 1 January 1859

JSYDJNEY [e'ot ova ow. COLURiOSIoNOitr.] D?acibeLr, 21st 1858. Thek news by the Euiropean's mail turns out to be, to the general; reader, anything bu t. interesting. In Lngland, everybody that one bares to hear about was amrusing themselves either on the: con:tinent, or, .some shooting quarter's; indeed, 'so general were 'the: holi days, that the "London penny-a-liners--"in exhaustablo as their resources are supposed t.o .be---were failing. for want of material.. On the Continent, signs of uneasiness were visible in various quarters, betokening at no distant day," the bursting of that thunderstorm' which for some time has been threatening inm political horizon. Louis Napoleon, finding that the completion of the Cherburgh de fences had had so salutary an effect in fright cuning the good 'people of England, 0ad announced his intention of erecting a number of additional Cherbougs at Dieppe, Harve, Dunkirk, &e., to .which. the British lion growled forth in reply through the colu...

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THE REV. P. FITZGERALD'S CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 1 January 1859

THE 'REV. P. FITZLGERALD'S CASE. The Tumut correspondent of the Adelong? ' Mining Journal gives the following particulars in reference to the late case of a breach of the Miarriage Act, in which the Rev. P. .Fitzgerald, who for a number of years,.was.a resident of this distrct, is the defendant. A case of considerable interest, as well from its bearing on the well-being of society in general as from the position and high estimation in which the party concerned is held, has laterly occupied the attention of the Bench of Magistrates here. It' appears' that some time in the month of June last, the Rev. P. Fitzgerald celebrated the marriage ceremony. between J. S. Brice and Ellen Bradley, the latter not having attaincd her legal majority, and had failed to- obtain the. consent required by the Marriage Act; having reference to the marriage of minors. When: the ;District. .Registritr, Mr. IIilton;-transmitted-his returns -for the quartei ended in .the molith referl-ed to,. the 'nmoi-indor...

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DENILIQUIN. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 1 January 1859

DENILIQUIN. .--- 0- FROMx OUR OWN CORRERPONDENT.[ FATAL ACCIDIENT TO AN OLD RESIDENT.-- News lately reached Deniliquin of the sud den death of Mr. George Whitehead, (better known-has Wagara George) under the follow ing- circumstances: he was taking his horse team and waggon loaded with wool to Mel bourne, and when about 16 mile's from Mel bourne in some way he fell under the shafts, and the waggon passed over his body and killed him, report says he was under, the in fluence of drink -at the time, but how far correct we cannot say, he was when alive a carrier and oivjied a considerable:qukintity of land in the best situations in Denliquizii he' always bore a name of-being. good natured to the poor. He had been'livmng at Deniliquin for about 7 years, and was the late lessee of the Punt, he -leaves a "?vidowr to' deplore his loss. Tiin LITr -uHIHt' WINDS: -On Saturday the 19thl,. e ?er visited by a eavy gale of wind accompanied with 'rain,. which lasted the greater part of Monday. With...

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