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To the Editor of the Wagga Wagga Express. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 1 January 1859

?T the .E?itor. of the Wagga Wagga Express. Sa---In some of the late numbers of. the Express there have appeared some letters which '. am ashamed to say I could not tinder stand.. In last Saturday's issue -there was one which completely puzzled me, of which the following sentence is an extract:---" We shall not look for him amid the mere merce naries, the." donkeys all, the men without principle and integrity, the paps well.favournd, the men?*ith corporations, which are but in dicative. of.ghlfttny, somnolency, and the like, the men of donkeydom nor amnong the assine family.in general, but we shall look forea man by himself,. a bright and a burning light, a moral corruscation, a beam shining out of gloom, 'a meteorblazing in immaculate purity and: grandeur above the charnel house of human imperfections, eclipsing our mere mor tal radiance and casting its refined and un alloyed scintillations far away; into the be nighted regions of donkeydom?.," When I "esd.got through, this, which'...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLICE COURT. MONDAY, DECEMBER 27th, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 1 January 1859

POLICII COURt, : MONDAY, DEEMiR 27th, 1859. - (Before the Police Magistrate.) STEALING MONEY.--Mor1ri Isaa1cs, a lad about sixteen years of age, was brought before the Bench on the above charge.: The prisoner was employed in the VWagga Wagga Express Office as errand boy, and on Friday afternoon last he stole a purse containing £12 from John Bentley, a compositer in the same office. On Saturday morning the' prisoner gave Mr. Brown notice that he intended to leave for Sydney the week'following, and obtained his consent todo so. Instead of waiting until his, week was up,.he entered the house during the absence of Mr. and Mrs. Brown, on Sunday, andl'emoved his .clothing,-&c., and paid hi?l 'passage by the mnail which was to' leave on Monday morning. A warrant was immedi ately procured for his apprehension, and, on searching him, the purse together with the money was found in, one of his bundles. The purse and money were identified by Bentley, andtthe:prisoner was' committed for ...

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

Suii.r-rhe' MIuriumlihd.e cor :resp?.,,?hnt "ot; theJi es:tald 'iiites the followi ix' lhe bod ofoai.ma,, rn an adv;inced state:- f tle.: O?ipsiti n,, was afoin 1 lvni oni t.e ope; plmii about.a mnile.fro,' ?ley . a station :ielm.nla to iMesrs. J? an : J. Pii.lps, on thit e lhover. part of the l::acilu:: . By the siile, of thlie.ci pd lay a gii and a long stick, with ia piece of .c iril, one end of which was,.attiched to the tri : gar ofthe gn, andt theotheli,to the eiid of the stidk.- Fi un the position in hitiii htlih .blidy?: ?ted7 i is pre stuneil that the-man miust have shot h1i Iself, :' placinm th .nuzzle of the gun a -alii'lst hi~i liirtt holding tll ?; toc a'hrnly ith is?itce andi lpling2 the trigger??i by.; niea?is of the stick attache~dith tthe strin.lie himnlelf lyin d'wi durin' the di eadflul performnainced 'lie corpse was ,sodleconimpoed that it could. not be; disoovre I :what amount of :l injuiry-' the buliet- had caused-.in fact, -handling t`h'e boidy just to place i...

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

LOCAL 1JNTELLIGENCE. .. '--o_--. :r PRE-EwIPTIVE PURHIIASES APPROVoD.--. Miles Murphy's purchase of nine portions, at; Murrimboola, containing in all 13 acrea 2 rodds, for the sum of £88. Nov-AurTIVAn OF TI?e MAIL.---The uu dun from 'Sydney on Monday last failed q arrive at 'its accustomed time, owing, it i presuimed, to the heavy rains which hal visited this part of the country. The repeatd failure of the mail of late places us in a rathe curious position as we have to depend chielf on the mail for our latest news, &e., and situated, as we are, off the main line, we has, no telegraph line to resort to in case of tj, non-arrival of the mail. We would espee call the attention of the Post Officeau rities to, the above, as it is a aourco'M?-i venience and expense to many who are do( business-in this district. As for ourselves , cannot' always put our hands in our pocket, for the purpose of sending a messenger t Tarcutta for our letters. papers, &c. POLIoc CouRlT.---Grea...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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THE MYSTERIOUS MURDER IN THE RICHMOND PADDOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 1 January 1859

THE:; MYSTERIOUS-. MURDER IN THE RICHMOND PAD lDOOK. SWe haveý not space to publish a report of the inquest held on the body: of the. boy found dead in Richmond paddock, near Melbourne, but `subjoiq a short account of the affaiir froin the Melbourne Herald :--. "Early on Saturday' morning, a constable on duty in the Richmond paddock, found the. body of a boy, apparently about ten years of age, lying on the ground, at no great distance from the new Zoological Gardens. When taken up he was quite cold, and the lower limbs were dripping with water, Being removed to the Parade hotel, a closer examinea 'tion took place, 'and' the face wiis? found to be a good deal blackened adu swxollen. 'There is a suspicious mark on the neck too, which looked as if it had been madeby a thumb nail. The body and dress were quite clean, the latter'being such as a boy of the humbler classes in IMelbourne usually wears. Subsequently the child was taken to the building near the Sir Henry Barkley Hotel, which ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE (To the Editor the Wagga Wagga Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 1 January 1859

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE (To the. Editor the TWaggd TWaggra Express.) Sas---In your issue of the 18th instant ap pears a letter signed "Billy Barlow," essay ing, by faint and weary effort, the tedious: task of a critic; and: apeing philosophy, which he is as great a stranger to as he' is wide of his ambition. From exuberance in assuired sagacity, and haste to display what he imagines all your readers will' catch 'at as the effusion of a mind well stored with profound sentiment, give me leave to inform that pre tender he has omitted to say how' he would have his production tested. My boyish pro pensities are such that I invariably weigh by the scale of common sense, and having applied such a balance to the letter in question, and found it miserably wanting, cannot be in duced to set a value. There is a class of mortals, as well here as elsewhere in the world, who, easily taken with tinsel and var 'nish, are less scrupulous. Such receive every kind of low railery, empty wit, and vulgar...

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

ýTO COlInPsPO VJ)J: A T S )isu icta art ii rtntint1d 'Lab' ,., hcll atttall bet:'urn b tljvi t, -e ".t'c '":ti theuu4'ui'utiuit' of ý wb locail ev-uit": as ' r' 'u hi uut'meý}'l wo)thy of; notice iiiLh"iir iili rt'ut rt-'iglibiu-. hoods; indecd, suth' conmnunuutuont. : Will place 1us untner an notliatiuon to the wirier. F. A. Tsrtpsoeru Your eo,n,uucnut,iiuiu3 n itll appear in r~u rv, isisutc as tt tfo", cciuvd too lafe fo, putbltcution /t.`is i'eer THlE ·-·:· ·..: SWA "tA '1184 -;,. ;.: '.:ATI.TRD~n AYI,..lN. JAŽIJA 1, 1869.- ·:

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

THE WACCA WACCA EXPRESS, AND GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, SoUTH WAGGA WAGGA. TrIHE :PROPRIETOR begs to inform the JI Inhabitants of Wagga Wagga and of ) the District in general, that his Office is now replete..with the most Modern Type the Sydney Markets can furnish, combining all sorts of Plain and Ornamental Type, Borders, Ornaments, &c., together with every facility required to meet the demands of the present day. He hopes, with moderate charges, to secure a fair share of public patronage, pledg ing himself to spare neither expense nor exertion 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. Handbills, Business Announcements, Mer chant's, Auctioneers,.and Tradesmen's Busi ness Circulars and Bill Headings, neatly dis played. Druggist's and other Labels, plain or fancy. Catalogues at a short notice. Pamphlets, Club ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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HINTS AS TO A MUNICIPALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 1 January 1859

HINTS AS TO A MUNICIPALITY. tVIIATEVER 1mayR be the. merits of piartidular clauses in-the Muniicipalities Act, and however'we may be inclined to characterise its pecuniaiy provisions-; as niggardly and inadequate,-it ouight .to be received by the .country in a spirit of thankfudness.: .No :onel ac quainted, ii the s!'hlitist degree, ith the history of on ur: mother country' needs be informed that the main priu ciples it bembodies .are as: old as the Saxon race itself. Itsi Urndimental machinery was landed with Hengist and Horsa fronix the: old' forcat homes of Germany; wvhere its merits had been noticed and commented upon by the philosophic Tacitus,. and its effects on the national character and peculiar political development of the English have been abiding and salutaiiy. VWe have heard, indeed, much said of late, of the beauty and perfection ofadmin istrative centrilization, but we hare of those wvho mainaitain that in the case of a free people, the less the Government does for. u...

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OUR NEW ERA. RETROSPECTIVE AND PROSPECTIVE. 1858---1859. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 1 January 1859

OU't`"MEW ELA. IRaTaosir crlvY AND PRosPae'rivi. ' 1858-- 1859. Adit temporis laudator is natural to man, The times duripg which we ' ourselves '."-live and- move, and - have Dripr beifIj" are vital'y of-mire iinpor tane .to us than all the centuries that have 'previously rolled 'by anid the evenits that characterise 6uir' brief " three-score and ten," are of moire significance, to ourselyes thn;.i the fall of emnpire? the devast'tions of earth. ..quakes, or thle'records of the ehireer of riniumphat warri'irs and geneirals, .in :the agesdthat are. past', and of which we have but the dini reflection in his-. torty. It may lie that "distance lends enhaniment.' tob the view," but it is equally ., true .,"that. nearness gives a gigantic - proportion to all: S'things occuirring within our own. , .ken,' and'the fall .of a hut a few imiles off, and the' sudden deaths of one or two of those who, to us, have worn old familiar faces," strike us withi more impressive force than news .that S:'J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 January 1859

CLOUGH'$ Wilifi.k- tIicULAR, MFLBOR?l i. C 1,1). - · WooL.-There. w'are stv'. ales held en 'TIeslay. at GOqelongiat w'ic 9J77 bales were offered and ablout, 8 00 bales sorld. Two sales were hell in Melbouisrne on Wednesday and Thurday, at.whllch 4217 bales were brought firward; the quantity sold was about 2200 bales. The sales of this week have gone off as a whole. with much less spirit, and pricas may be quoted a shade 'easier, with the exception of a few prime ilots which were well competed for; this flatrnesn may be attributable to buyeronot being willing 'o enter.into.farther operations at thle close, of the year. (and many buyers nout belneg present wat the solee at all), and we anticipate is only temporary.. Thn late favoramlle news of the home markets, having for some weeks back been anticipated by the buyers, the expectations of some of our friends who looked for a further advance in prices here were not realized, indeed the bidding on some lots wore very languid and the lim...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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A RECENT MISTLETOE BOUGH STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 January 1859

A RiCOENT, MISTLETOi BounaG STony.--A sad occurrence took place recently'ii.Brodklyln, LonTblriead; by which a boy named .George Prickner lost his life. It appears that in a house on Division Avenue, near Myrtle, there lived a German family, consisting of a man and his wife, and a little boy nine yearis of age, the child of the wife by a former husband. On Friday, 23rd July last, the woman left the house to call on some of her neighbours, and directed the boy to wash the dishes in her absence. Hay ing done so, the child began to play with some boys in the neighbourhood, and from one of them received a cent to purchase candy,' to be divided among them. No sooner had the boy received the cent; it is said than he ran up 'stairs, and, being hotly pur sued by his companions,. sought a hiding place in a chest which lay in the garret. The better to conceal himself, he pulled the lid of the chest down, tlhe latch daught and 'the poor little fellow was suffocated: Tlihechest was very strong ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 January 1859

'AN'T~EDll , a good Maiai Cook, one thalt is t 'ilblnto make hinselfgnerally .sp Apply ct t)khii:2)FilTf thil' IPpr.' -. NT ED, - l" td?adv l.nds, n' .Aplbn-. a the tiLoS i thie PapfitierRuin A c oiii??fil?e'eof':this lPaper..? '.. .!otnioer .O1, 18t5 i. : ": '.- :£1.0' WIllWARD. TH-1REA S on o ?;no?,ot tlhe 8th i,.sint . Y) . .o'nime siiern~9l:r per9oni scdid fclonicilol] :liughter o head of cattle, -iz,,h BuIllocki and a Ieifer belongiiig to men, lrandeil ~lM, ?t rite Pi't S.W nanmp, about u midts roum Wagga inagga, on thie Owra Run, and throw thie helid ?nd hide.of. one- on ithe Biink of the River, and took the.other hide away; as also the beef i;d a dray, which ivas.trackcd fifomi the'place across the Dllains towards . igga Wagga I herebhy oflir the above -reward to any person who 'will give any information -rcspecting !he killiiig ofl.tldhabo~ve cattle. M TCIHAEL MACNAMARA. ST LEN f R: STRAYEBD, fronl k Eunonyharhcenyha, about three weeks Iago,e a Dark Bay. iorae, :4 hands high...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 4th, 1859. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 January 1859

. POLICE COURT. :::: TUEsDAY, JANUARY .th, 1859. - , (BIlefore the -Polico Magistrate, and. John! Gordon, Esq.,J.P.)' M i . 'AsirAvLT.- --Samuel Milner, Mary" Miinei,; -... ullivan, andl Mrs. ,Tane Sullivan idlida J3ane .Tardine, were brought before the benich on the above charge.. It appeared from the evidence that the prisoners Milner and Sulli' van: iwent to the public-hbuse kept by the complainant Tsaac Chaplin, about a mile from the town on Friday evening the 31st ult., and assaulted Mrs.. Chaplin, and after breaking some articles drove away in a dog eart, and in a short time afterwards went back to the house, accompanied by the two female pri aoners..who commenced a most violent assault upon the:landlord Mr. Chaplin, and dragged him,by the hair of thle head to the door, and then commenced throwing the bottles and tiimblers at MrsiChnolin. After synashing 'eierything they couldlay their hands on they went 'away: In defence the prisoners had nothing to say, nd the Court sentence...

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 — 8 January 1859

(To the .Editor of te Wagga Wagga Expmon.) : S?m---Will you allow ine to drawryboi: at.'. tention to a paragraph: Which' a?peatdinkt your issue bf the 1st instangtretcri nt ~t6 tthe. Irregul~at, coiehvoyance :of -the il 1i?twe,- "n ' this place and Syjddneys -Ibviing otivipyedd!' the mail between Wagga Wag~e and Ta~rut , for the last two years, and still holding tI, contract, I think you will agree wjtih mejtJi. the parhgraph in questionre-etauu?k ? ? self in addition to other contractore.-. -ith-i' fore feel it due to.myself:.to iaryithat ioani with safety refer bot:rtb:tie :Pqostnijater at' Tarcutta and Waggab?_,aa g ta. theho.regu larity with which th''.'?e°i htvo been con-.:.:, veyed upn that road. If after waiting' somio hours at Tardutta for a mail; which should . have arrived then from Sydney bulit has not: done so; I aimi -frdd to? return to Wagga .; Wagga without it,- tho 'blam ; o: f th" elay.'; , should not be visited upon me, but should ?e laid upon the shoulders of thos...

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DENILIQUIN. CHRISTMAS AT DENILIQUIN. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 January 1859

DENILIQUIN. [raolr 0uR OWN CORlevRPGN ENT.J -o0- ?:.-:OTRISTM-.S AT DENILIQUIN. Tnonsequence of Christmas falling oib\ the SatRiuhla.?. our spoits did ri6t commence till Monday, the 27th. TiMlor's Royal Hotel was the point ;'"i'eat a ttraction,, as isual. The verandahs were tastefully, decorated with everarens : ornamental wreaths, with the letters V. R.'in; the .middle, Welre silspeniled in' froit' iof tle dif. ferent.doors, which gave it na y and holiday.appea;ance. Aumouost the dif ferent amusemehts, the fine old English spnorts were here revived climbing thti ge'reasy pole, on which was hung a cabbage-tree hat, whip, spurs, &c.; jumping in sacks; catch ing the pig with the rre?s.~tale, &c. In the evening about sixty of the in habitants sat down to a splendid dinner, which was provided free by the host, John Taylor, and which I need not say was "done ample iustice to. The tables fairly grioaned with thle load of good things. After the cloths were cleared dancing c...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE To the Editor of the Wagga Wagga Express. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 January 1859

ORIGINAL CORORES PQNDENOI? .-0- To.the Edidr ef th IVreggie c Smn---Whon I penined the commu'ieatio:i intended to.defenl my fellow townsmen fromr .unjust coclQusions, which I fearedmight b. arrived at by strangersin conseluence of an amnbigtiouslv worded article in your paper, I had little idea of drawing down the mimic. thunderbolts of a pigmy Junius like " Billy Barlow," of "NTorth Waglga Waggag I have.no objection to be critaized, but a critique, to be instructiv3 or amusing. should possess point and, at least, an equalz degree of literary merit with the article ocriticized, should place before the eye anr.djudgment of the public those points and passages lo?ically wrong, grammatically inicorrect, of ielegmat construction, or aboundingin false deductions, &c., &e. "Billy Barlow," of North Wahgga Wagga, has mistaken low satire for wist, and senseless jocosityand doclamation for criticism, and has, moreover, largely over-rated his own abilities as a writer, or "oaud...

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POLICE OFFICE. DECEMBER 10. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 January 1859

POLICE OFFIOE.---D.c..·.nmn 10. Nicholas Hand was charged with knocking down and robbing --. Jupp of £63, on the main road to the'Moul amien, on the e~Feniig of the 29thi Tt wo'ild'l:'appear from the evidence that prisoner and another not yet in custody had followed Jupp from the township, knowing he was possessed of a considerable sum of monev. and knocked him down and robbed him, one lying on the unfortunate man while the other took the money from him, and to prevent his giving alarm he was again knocked down by a stick, which cut his head in a frightful manner. Information reached the police, and the Chief Constable at once started in pursuit and succeeded in capturing the ruffian, and had him securely confined by ten o'clock. The case was remanded for eight days. MANSLAAUGHTIERa.-Wvilliam Roberts, charged with the above offence, was brought into town to-day, by the Police Magistrate from Coree, on the Billyhong. It appears that thd pri soner had a quarrel with a man on Christmas...

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HOW MAGISTERIAL APPOINTMENTS ARE MADE IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 January 1859

.1OW M AGISTER I U AP POTNTMfENTS A Ei, MI ADE IN VICTORIA " Mr. Fellows whilst vinyg in inthe SVictorian Parliament, for :the appointt, ment of a Select Committee to.report upon the recent additions: to-the -Cbo mission of the Peace, has made some startling disclosures. ITncitin a few :unfit apnointments,. Mr. Fellows said : v.The first person to whom he would atl" utention was Mr. David Arm strb, a gentleman who was formerly a .maistrate, and- who wans dismissed from the previous commission. That centleman had been restored byhv the present.Government, and, not only re atored; but had an office _iven tn him as well-- the office of In.pector . of Pounds.' 'There was ?o such office on the Estimates previously, and it had been -.very? properly struck off during the present year. This gentleman re: cently figured in an equity suiit in tlihe Supreme Court, in which suit he souglht to:fix the defendant with the character of a trtistee:on his behalf for certain turoperty, which he (Mr. A...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 January 1859

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE NEW YEAH'S DAY PxIC-Ne.---ACCOrd" ing to the anmoundement in our last issue the New Yeats Dayv'Pic-Nic came off on Satur day; at Kyamba Creek, about 7 miles from WVagga Wsagga. , The.weather was beautiful, and the !attendance very numerous. The lunch was laid on the green at about half-past three o'clook, and* about 150 persons of both soxes sat down to partake of the good things provided by the committea. After .lunch, dancing :commenced which kept up till about six o'clock, p.m..: Before. the company dis persed a voteor thanks was given to the com mittee for the very efficiont manner in 'which hey carried out the sports of the day. Tse RM iLT.---As. usual for the last two or three w'eeks, the niail due here from Sydney on Monday, did not arrive, owing we presume to the recent new arrangment of the mails between Sydney and Albury, wlhich are to be thrice a weel? instead of twice a wcek. Should the above arrangement continue, we will be in receipt of only one...

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