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A MOTHER'S TRIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 January 1859
A MOTHER'S TRIALS. (From the Ad.long SIininr Journal.f When I thinkof all the tenderness With which a mother loves-- The mightypains and penalties With which that love she proves; The watchings, sighs,, and tears it'costs- S Its joys and its despair--- ' I cry God help. them cloud or' hiiie, Anýd shield-their hearts 'with prayer. . Remember when life's sky is bright, The dark days, for they'll com'; There's many a little coffin made; There's iany a timeless tomb: Deith cares not for the breaking heart--. Heeds not the choking sigh . He seals the pretty prattling lips, And dims the sparkling eye. . An l sofetimoes with redoihled stroke The nimourner he wil smite, That makes the thoughtful stand agast . And tremble at his might: ' Two darlings in one day alas 'His rage canrlot arrest-- Hertears two' nestling claspersinore;' : Froni the poor mother's breast. Poor .trickdoi ohe, if syrimnathy . ,'.. Cuild givefi e'en slight rel'f,." I'd minglesighs and tears with thine-e-,. I'd bow to s...
NORTH WAGGA WAGGA ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 January 1859
NORThI WAGGA WAGGA ANNUALI RACES. On Monday last these races wore held on the North WVagga Wagga Race-course. The weather overhead was beautiful; the state of the course very good. We cannot patrticularise the odds on any of the events, but we have reason to believe that a large sum of money changed hands during the meeting:: The attendance was very nmtmerou:, more. so we believe than at any of the previous meetings held at this season of the year. Among those present was a large portion of the fair sex. VWe have to notice one or two accidents during the meeting. That of Mr. Wagdon, who was thrown from his horse dur ing the hurdle race, on the last day. He was slightly bruised about the face. The other, a young man, named Joseph Palmer, who was thrown from his-horse and had his arm bsoke, Dr. Morgan was in attendance and set his arm. At last accounts he was doing well. We hope this will be a lesson to him in future, and that he will not he quite so farst. FIeST DAY.. FrasT Raca.---M...
OUR AGENTS [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 January 1859
OUR .AGEN?TS 1re. partcnlarly qrenestid to forvardi :~citlan'Ces and stateienits of acecunts s :rn:or befor'e Satn'rday the 22nd instant, st order to enable.ns.to forjiard dCi rate accountsrfor the uartei"r ending the 31st i7stant. TO (ORtJSPON1)JE2TS. Crrrepond',ets in ell ,ptrts of the Soutlhern District. are infonneid that we shall at all timsee.dtihapp to -lreceive from themtnccounts of .ubb Tehloeal event as may bhe deemed n orthy i'f:ioti~ce in their diffcrent neighboti~' hood,; iiieedC auchV conimmrnielctions Will ]place us llnder an obliation to the writer..• ... .. ..... .i- ...A .X IRES. lt4G ~ ~irO4 XPRESS. .V~bRDU itAT ~ JU~j fl~ 8, 1859.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 January 1859
THE WACCA WAGC'A EXPRESS, AND GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, So1Tra WAGGA WAGGA. THE PROPRIETOR begs to inform the " I Inhabitants of Wagga Wagga and of the District in general, that his Office is now iplete with the most Modern Type the SSydney Markets can furnish, combining all sbrts 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 A...
SYDNEY. December 28. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 January 1859
SYDNE -. [Vao>1 ova .OWs coaaRRPONDeNT.1 . December 28. Though, Parliament assembled, os tensiblyand avowi~ dly to do nothing but pass the estimates for 1859, hon orable members find it impossible to refrain from benefitting us by cxposing the alleged weaknesses of their oppon ents, and at the same time. exhiblitig, as they imagine, tlielr own superior ability; to the gratification of their constituents whose nice diserimination is thereby exemplified. It is to be hoped that this cacoelthes loqueadi will he restrained within bounds as far as' possible, as the convening of our new Parliament will .have to "loom iii the distance" for many a'long day3. On Tuesday evening Mr. Donal.ld son took the opportunity of being in the House for the first time since the debate took place, to expllain how lie had been maligned with reference to his behavionr' as a magistrate of: the territory on one occasion at Tenterfield, and which had been referred to as bearing'sorme' analogy to the Mudgee a...
JUSTICE IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 January 1859
,iliTiCE IN NEW SOTTH* WALES. Tsiitansisfo subject tpore inr teriesting t each~aiid all of ilu than the duie ad ministration ofjunstice. itisthe bond that hold a civilized state together, and-foirms at once tlhe first sign, and dhief attribute of its .ivilization. But fat theprote tion abfordeds y Courts iof Jusice,", no one's hfe or prop?erty would be a&fe fi abf hiouri, anid "might S0uld constit ute the only right. ",isohttl ?i ,iesarvr t ei n as justice ldimes to the civuilwed n n, it: be ivies ev,~ or e 1 o',heri. h ,,id regard lithis pi ecious bn t he ittst of theiir pow?er, ani. to 3 enoorage that respect- 'n-!. e .iliii'alost. say ,rover once-u'hiwh ni'lhlisnen are nccus tomed to assoctiate with the judicial ' hile,. hIowever,;?ve inuat all feel 'hiu j h mditty is ini tlin matter, it is not sli.htly discouragin'g to find that the hiest in pou er and position amongs us, treat the subject with ill: timed .want of. .consideration. Wha;t: ever they inay (10 by theirB 'sar...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 January 1859
W ANTED,- a good Man Cook, one that is willing to make himself generally use fnl. Apply at the Office of this Paper. 'TANTED, Two steady Lads, as Apipren tices to the Printing Business. Apply at the office of this Paper. October 30, 1868. S TOLEN from Tubbo, on the 17th instant, a Chesnut Mare, near hind foot white, blaze on the face, branded R on near shoul-J JT der, Z on the off shoulder, and P on the off P thigh. The above reward will be paid by. me to any person giving such information as will lead to the conviction of the thief and recovery of the mare, and £56 reward for the recovery of the mare only. (Signed) DONALD McKELLAR.. Tubbo, 20th December, 1868. LOST. F ROM near Narandra, a black Horse, . DY near shoulder, star in face. £2 reward for recovery will bepaid by W. G. ELWIN. Barellan Station, Merrool Creek. FOUND. A N ORDER for £36, drawn by JoHN DILL, Gillenbar, Murmrumbidgee. The owner of the above can have the same, by proving property and paving expenses, by applying ...
THE CONFESSION OF A PIRATE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 January 1859
T're CoSBBssIeN OF A PIRATE. "We learn from a ,Quebec paper that ,Peter Williams. under sentence of .death ; at. Auburn, Maine, with a .coloured man named Abraham Cox, ,for the murder at sea of the captain *two mates, and one -man of the brig. Albion Cooper, off Portland, has made a full confesston. In July, 1857, he :became acquainted 'With an Irishman named Thomas Fahey, and both went to Portland, and shipped in the Albion Cooper. The brig, soon after leaving port, was found to be leaky; the second mate is stated to have .treated both" Williams and Cox, the nerro, with great barbarity, and finally Williams stabbed him, for which he was placed in irons. Afterwards the mate called him into his room. drove a nail into a beam, and hung him up by the beam, the forward part of his feet just touching the floor. He was' in great pain, and ulti mately fainted. Cox broached the project of the murders of the cap tain and crew, and supplied some knives and razors, which Williams fas teiied.to...
RESULT OF SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 January 1859
RESULT OF .ALES. Wool- G,10 bafs of flitce at21d. '' Sheopakirio-Li lotit 8d:;1 I lttt 8d., 2loto at 8d Hldes--67 at 13s.,.2,at 9s.,. 23 at 4s., 110 at 12sO d. 151 at lls. d., 7 at8s. 6d. : Flour-Adeleido it fro?.?? 17l to ?t Hunt?i?ltivs ata froin £17ta £18,t l % ° r : Brin-tAt from is.8 d. to ls.lt0d, per bushel._, " I Maize- At fro, bs Id to s .4d p bushel' hay -V.DL;; at frost £0 to A.l0s ktock. ,Fat calves'at from 20s. to 40s. c1act .DURHAM. AND IRWIN, Australian Produce?A?cition Mart, ', ." S y " G. i66, King Street West Sydney, 7tl1 Saioucix 1086.'
PRICES CURRENT. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 January 1859
PRICES CURRflNT'I Wool-.ScouIred. l....... . b is. lOd. to 2e. C4d .Handwashed'.....:,; Is~ tot:l . lid. Superior -l11 :, . - ,,; e:.Od Od. to i2sh? r F~air ..s Sd to 1sh:1d tALLOw. Muitton. '.. ^ .t2no • Beef ..................... 4,;2s .'to 47?s:" S 'fStatio6n -?? ;." - ..:.;, 3s;to $4s; " IDEs.- Cored and heavy'. . ach i1, te 1s lis i Smnall-and.light ',: -ii '- t.s to 2-s .lonas .,......................,.$.., 1o0 20;,. to 3as.
ORIGINAL POETRY. A BUSHMAN'S REQUEST OF THE LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 January 1859
ORIGINAL POETRY. .A icSMAN'S REQUEST OF THE' : LADIES. Tnt sex have oft enquired why '. never had got married ? .I ?s-?the step caused many a sigh, Therefore thus long l.!ve tarried. But now I oee so many rush . The holy bonds to enter, .That faith I .think I'll make a push, And for a widow venture. For twenty years of my life past, I've studied much this question, And:I.begin to think at last Its had mature rrflection. Yet, after study pro and con, The question seems to be, Not, whether I will take a wife-? But, will a wife take me ? Then 7Vanity, that sly old jade, Sift whispers in my ear, You'll get a avidow---nay, a mnaid, To have you---never fear. So, thus encouraged, I'm inclined To hope for some wife yet, And, if she prove not lame or blind, ,Ill take her too my tent. ?-'Tis true I'm poor in goods and pelf (The complaint is heard of daily). But I would be a treasure in myself, SToany- reasonable lady. S:tilln ne complaint I have, I'll own, 'Which rather mars my plan; 'Tis thi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 January 1859
"ROMthe neighbourhool d, r.allace' 1 "'station, a grey mnare7 hippedn1i near side, brandoed E~:'i 0on3;neaisl?ulder.:- Two the mre dto Mr*.or 0,;: , ForsytW'? Au.ry p. 'sbo' founid dtaiiiing th.?m'a:t at e this niotde. will? io rooe.d u.tyi d pn w ,W AN 'ED, TO PURCHASEi, 300 to?,001 *'tidclld l-brerd yoil Calttlelequal sees -Add ess,-1 AL \L it IBRO THERS, odedrang, YSanilh'daiih, Vkitoria FOR SALE. T N%-; T I I)U S XD (10,000)' SIiEE EP ofinot tvwo tosix years old, Ewes and 'Wethirsw, witi..100 ;S PERIOR, RAMS, from the'importd diams of Hamilton Hur?o, SFromc800 ?ob.900 ST0iE C:ATTLE, ;Cows and Bullocks all-ovetr18 months. .; ;: : Both` `lileepand 'c?ittle edan ?be delivered,.if desired,' at Gunidagai;t \Vagga W,,agga, or Maiden's Punt, ---...me....-;,-- .? ? Apply to . ' ;.g ?s " 1fr JHN IHURLEY 16th January,1859. E : mi SSTOCK REPOSITORY, .SUSSEX STREET .& UNION WHARF adjoinig H. R. S$ T. Co.' s, SY DNEY. PRODUCE, STOCK, AND STATION AUCTIONEERS : BROKERS. & GENER...
POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JANUARY 10th, 1859. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 January 1859
POLICE C-OURT.' IowNDA, JANUA?Y 10th, 1859. (Before the Police .Magistrate, and John Gordon, Esq., .J.P.) DRUNKENNESS AND OBSCENE LANGUAGE. ---John Clark was brought before the Bench on th. above charge and pleaded guilty,-and was fined £4. COURT or REQUEST.---There was very few cases before the Court. Many of the cases set down for this day was settled out of Court. John Roohan v. John Dodd. This was a suit to recover £10, damages, sustained in keeping a horse,. the property of plaintiff. The defendant did not appear and a verdict was given for plaintiff in amount with 18s. 6d. costs. Dennis Macnamnarra v. Thomas Flowers. The defendant not appearing a verdict was rendered for plaintiff for £10 with costs. George McKenzie v. John Wagdon.-- Plaintiff not appearing a verdict was given for defendant with 10s. costs. Joshua Fisher v. Thamas Biddle.---This was a suit to recover the price of a quarter of beef, delivered, to tle defendant in 1857. Verdict for defendant.
RURAL AFFAIRS. (To the Editor of the Wagga Wagga Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 January 1859
S ' RURAT: AFFAIRS. (lh tge Editor 'of te WPagga Wagga Erprese.) ra---In none of the numbers of the Exprez n has there appeared any article relating to what may he termed the rural affairs of the district. This,'T. onsider to be a want, and therefore, atthe beginning of the year 'send you a few particulars, which I hope may not:be lininter oating to the generality of your readers, and lot unacceptable to those who reside at a dis ''ance, who :take, a. interest in the 'prosperity nf the district. As I have kept nddi?ryj,: may in many. immaterial points ble in error, hut in the more:impbrtant I hope., to. be found in general correct. The beginning of . 1858 was. more than usually warm,-: and ;continued to be so for several months.: --I consequence of the great heat 'and the -want of-rain, grass -was every .w--Qcanty,'and in the beginning of the tifl!,ticttle, sheep, and horses were in lower condition 'than theyhad been' since 1850.' As little iilin fell till June, ploughing was greatl...
DENILIQUIN. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 January 1859
DENILIQUIN. [PRO.Mi OU OWN CORREoRPONDENT.] 0- Naw YARn's" Ev].-About fifty of the inhabitants of South Deniliquin sat down to a splendid dinner at the Highlander'slInn, provided by Mr. F. Burrows free, and 'it really did the host and hostess great credit, both in the beautiful style it was got up and the quiet comfortable way it passed over: Daicing was kept up until morning. About eleven o'clock a rathea discordant noise was heard in distance, but on its approaching nearer it was found to be no less a personage than Mr. T. Taylor, of the Royal Hotel, reting as commander-in chbief over about thirty blackfellows and ten or twelve -whites, with. all sorts of instruments from the' violin to lids of saucepans, .clashing them toge ther to create a sound; and marching down .the -township on leaving the Royal Hotel, they went to the High landers Inn, and :the, whole set up a kind of dancing and shouting, finishing with three cheers for Mr. and Mrs. Burrows. -Bottled porter and ale was pas...
(To the Editor of the Wagga Wagga Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 January 1859
(To the Editorof the IVargga TP'Wagga vpress. Sen---It' is hot: my intention to occupy much of youir spiace; bitt the "Vox:Populi," "FAT," and "Billy Barlow" fever has at. tacked me, and, fearing the symptorim might increase, determined to attempt a cure by writing at once. It is not my intenition to go into detail on the abuse of one, the vuilgarity of a second, the ignorant assumption of a third, or the long-eared stupidity of a' fourth, hut to ask them what they think of them selves. Verily, I believe the King of Donkeys, Vox, has a dwucepinq army i surely, to men of sense, they must look ridiculous. Could not their time be better spent in pro duoing you some intellectual and beneficial subiect? Would it not be more in character with isen of education to, endeavour to im prove 'the morals. and elevate the mind, in Atead of issuing such trash. When a writing ise?r te'tl- to tho public, whether it he a a, aromance,' 'a history, or a newspaper article, the sense is' the portion of p...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 January 1859
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WAGGA WAGGA CORRESPONDENCE.---We cannot but feel.an amiitsement, and sincerely hope our readersdo, at-the laughable manner' in' which our elder contemporary, the 'Yass Cobrier, with so little sense answers our com plaints of his Wagga Wagga 'correspondent. It decidedly remunds us of the school-boy accused 'of stealing .an apple, and when punished tried to inflict the same punishment upon those who helped him to eat it. It is well knownathat an enlightened public will not tolerate an unenlightened press, and the language of our contemporary places him bHlow the level. The mind of a journalist should keep pace with the mind of the public, and the language of an editor should not be so vulgar as to grate upon the ear. We care not for his vulgar assertions, knowing them to be unfounded. Nor does he attempt to exonerate himself or'his Wagga 'Wagga cor respondent from the charge,. but returns to his pugilistic practice of attempting blow for blow. We are proud of our Y...
LATEST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 January 1859
LATEST NEWScp Accounts received from the frontier, of Russia, dated the 12th -instant; in. form us that the disturbaices "vhiic have taken place in the eastern pro vnices of Russia are more serious .thai they were stated to be. Several pea. sants, from the Gerian provinces on the Baltic, have been transported to Siberia. A traveller, arrived from the southern provinces of Russia, :states that the insurrection of the peasants there has as'sumed 'aseiiouis character. The Emperor Alexander shows him self, every day more determined to carry out his plans of reform.. Some of the nobility are raising difficulties in his way, Their condict, it 'is feared, will increase the agitation which prevails. It seems now to be fully recognised in Paris that the "French Government was imposed on in the matter of the Tetuan outrage. No consul of any power has been murdered in Morocco. The Emperor is said to have laughed heartily at being the victim of such a canard. " ' . It is stated that a differenc...
TARCUTTA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 January 1859
TARCUTTA RACES. The Tarcutta Races took place at AMr. Buf frey's, on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thurs, day, the 11th, 12th, and 13th instant, aft although the' meeting" was- small and sle the sports were good. Owing to the cloud appearance 'of, the, weather moaly :were de. terred from coming. This was to be regretted, for the Host of the Horse and Jocky had sunptuously prepared for the entertainment of many more. The:flrst race of the day.was.unfortunately a canter over, 'but the loss of the running was made up by the spilendid race for the Farmers'- Purse, the-third and last race of the: day. FIRST ]?AY. . FIRST RAC?E.---Tareutta Plate.of~20 sovs., for all horses, weight for age, twice round.the. course; heats. Mr. D. Boon's Pigeon . . . . . ? Mr. J. Boon's Peter Simple . . .- . dr Mr. J. Marks's Tozer . . . . -d Peter Simple and Tcxer leing" drawn,ý Pigeon cantered over the conirse.' SECOND RAcS.---The Ladies Piurse' of.15 sodv., for all~horses, weight'for age, ticn andc:.. a-half ro...
IMPOUNDINGS. (From the Government Gazette, December 31.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 January 1859
(From the Government Gdzette, December 31.) Souri WAOOi' Waoise., on the 18th day of December,. from Barambulah,.- by. John Gordon,.;Esq:., J,P.; damages.,as.. each:-- Yellow and white. cow, LA near: ribs, L5 on thigh; dark brindle ox, WG iear rump, 2 on back; brindle ox, JR off rump, 26.on ribs; strawberry oz, GS off rump,. half circle on loin; red. and white spotted .ox, . over.H near ribs; 'yellow ox~ LL near- back, CB off ribs, 5 on shoulder; red and white spotted ox, SS off rump, like . on thigh, N near rump; white ox, yellow spots, WL off rump and ribs; red ox, down horns, WG near rump, 2 on ribs; brindle poley ox,, illegible brand near rump, o over .o o off rump; red heifer, A over MO off ribs; red ox, ED near ribs, 8 on hip; red cow, 22 near loin, OB over 3 off ribs; blackcow, white back, W in circle near ribs,S3- on, thigh; yellow cow DB off rump and lthigh; red 'and White ox, LL near back, H on rump, illegible, on thigh; straw berry steer, JM over 7 off ribs; :black poley ...