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[FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 30 October 1858

FRnox A CORIRSPOMDENJ.] iAdvance Gundagai! WVe witnessed the pjittingu pin the yard of Messrs. Garland sid linghtici bf York-street, the other day, of a ipleidid two-horse poitable Threshing Machine, itended for R. P. Jenkins, Esq. We?ioperceived on it (Ransome and Sims) one. of the best inmakers in the world. .For sim Iplicity., strength, and good finish, it would bei h irid a to equal this fine machine, which, we lunderstand,.will thresli 30. bushels of wheat easily per hour. Mbossrs. Garland and ]ing hanm,.the.especially appointed agents of the iuukers, state that these implements are com ('ns :into' very general use? tluhoughout, the lo;nices and if thejr all resemble Mr. Jenkins' we can readily understand it. The district of G tiiundagati:wil be mniuch buenefited by the arri ival ,of thisimachine? ?vich is second to none, eer iiuut~cd.~'~

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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TO OUR READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 30 October 1858

TO OUR R~DR. Wn1~nE custom has esblished, a pre cedcnt to beI used i icertai clases, to neglect it argues an. at of -oultesy, and accoirding to 1.iminem' o i ialusage we proceed in this <ir first issue to say a fi'w vords abli ot ouisely;es, our Shopes, and our intentioffa. Not so very long ago>the idea of Spublishing .a newapapeil~fiar in the in.a Sterior of New South 'A ales, would have been regardedtbys::;ober-minded Sindividuals as the Whimsical phantasy Sof some literary entlusiait; but. ex " ierience, and that n~ tihn one biit in 1 instancies has sivi?vn that :the thei 'austi ahian.bus 'ire ar isolated position deprived aat. a sympathy firi. tou fellowd Screatires . which -ltais:s allto take jinterest in the neofe day, nor Sare thei on thupei iiaible to furnish $ their poita?u th ubi&fnd of in formatiou and. tinmusement l,i-whch, iugh the . meduin o te press, •tes the world I'h sa:"hisbfatory ." - dy atte bil ?y our .till ,,le 'contempori-i o .he" Yass ,....

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 6 November 1858

trttiu I '~iiucki 'I'4~ iP.TIJPI)~n L'OOJ j ·c,, ~!Ii. at'R .p -··. ~f GrriLstlErBA STOR$ES LUNEAR . s"" Y A NC 0. aaBIL~ KHOX hELMR, .i?EG:;S to inform hlis fsu'rul and the public 1 generally, that hle lhas removed to hisi NEW STORES, in the immediate vicinit- ofthe on the sooth side of the 3furrumliisgen, where parties travelling to or fri'omn Melbournel , s'ia tht, Yanon (h'eck, or journeyilng along the banks of the river on either siic, now so con venienttly lilndked together at Giflcnbar by an a•lmir?ble Punt, and where also tlhoso neare frietds lhonted in the more imniediate neigh bo 'hIotod 'an ble suppilied with a .ARGI", ARSORTia-ENT Of GENERAL MERCIANDISE, Consisting of Groceries Drapery Iroinmougery Saddlery Haberdashery Stationery Flour Potatoes, &c,, &c., &o. In introducing his .-w STOlr.S to tlhe notlire of the pul1ic, K E. cannot allow the olflftrtunity to pass withoit returning his mst cordial thanks to those constitaents, who have, at his Yan...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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THE PAPER DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 6 November 1858

TIlE PAPER DUTYI. Brolrem 1e Anti nceum.) The Fourth Estate is often symbol ized by Aaron's rod. In popular belief-the Paper Estate rules the other three Estates, even when it mner cifully abstains from swallowing them up. IIf this power be not a dream, what a splendid proof-it must give Mr. Disraeli of patriotic unselfish sac rifice! Stateamen long ago pronounced for abolition of pasrr duties-as Mr. Disraeli now dies---at least in pri'nciple -und yet for years and years the Press has scarcely ever raised its voice in favour of a reform that would stop at once an anoient and enormous rob bery of its funds. Aaron's rod, instead of swallowing up the rest, basks laziy in the sun, while they viciously bite off its tail ; and It only wriggles and goes again to sleep. No reason ever has been given, or. ever can be given, why thought, imagination and intelligence should pay a toll of more than a million per annum for a right of wvay where everything else is free. Cotton is not so taxed. Co...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?] POSTAL COMMUNICATION WITH AUSTRALIA. TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 6 November 1858

T POSTAL COMMUNIOATION WITH AUSTRALIA. T~DES. fatal influence seems to broo d 2, our'?chemes for easy commu Swith the Australian colonies. - jegy's mail boxes, wh. I..for Sydney, or Melbourne' oria, or Wellington, or Hiobart seem to carry the ciurse of upon them. Steamers carrying 6 break their main shafts or catch fire; clipper ship turn at once into " water bruisers," steam refuses to peo pel them and sails refuse to waft them; they wander about the two oceans "quite promiscuously," and arrive like a leisurely dandy at a dinner party, after everybody's patience has been exhausted, and only in time to add the last drop to a brimming ill-humour. It is now seven years since we have learned to look to Australia for our principle supplies of gold; it is much more than seven years since Australia was the land of hope to our surplus population. All this time Englishmen at home have been from day to day impatiently craving for the gold, and untilled fields and aflument gold mines have bee...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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THE BLAND TESTIMONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 6 November 1858

THE . BLAND TESTIMONI.LL.--- A richly wrought silver candelabrum, beautiful in de vice, weighing about 330 ounces, and measuring three feet in height, constitutes the plate presentation portion of the Aijtstra lian tribute to Dr, Bland. This elegant piece of plate is now being exhibited' by Messrs. Brush and McDonnell, jewellers, to who.e order it was executed by an eminent firm in London. The following is a description of it: --The centre stem and branches are composed of twisted vines, with leaves, foliage, and fruit, tastefully arranged. Four large-sized and chastely-draped human figures, in frosted silver, stand round the stem, and serve to il lustrate and characterise the testimonial; thus, a femnale figure in the back-ground in the rights of hospitality, pouring forth wine to cheer the lonely pilgram; then, further em blematising benevolence, a stranger in front appeard in the welcome attitude of offering succour to the subdued and solitary wayfayer. The modelling of this grou...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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IMPORTATION OF CAMELS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 6 November 1858

IMPORTATION OF CAMEL4S. An inflenLtial comnittee of geentlc men in South Australia have atarted a projeCt for the introduction of camels, and the formaLtion of a company for carr;nig p'u1ross. As thie use of the srnel xi jP13 loration has freuCantiv been a subject ofTu i colony, we subjoii i jliortion of the prospeetus of the Adelaide Comipany : "Tlhe business of.tlhu G,,nupany will i! the first pluc. be -th.. i·ruod lunotion of camels, and it is proposed. that a train of these animals should be at once brought orver. It is estimated that the cost of landilng at Port Ade laide 60 head, With their'appurtenance: and attendants would not exceed £B000, When landed a central depot will be formed for breeding, rearing, and assisting; their acclimation. From this depot the animals can be draughted as required for the pu'rposes of the. Conmpanv. " 'The Company will afterwards undertake the carr'ing and tralisport of produce and merchandise of every description; and will be able, from the me...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 6 November 1858

IflMIGRATIO ILa.r by ruProdvid *diflculty to oforc we can tlioroughly 9 uo6 it iiid thst is the procuring a P int aniount of laboitr fully to devcltp its risouices. The question uas to what lind ,f imnlgration should be supporte, and lho td obtain a continuous influx of it, has: oe~e 'been a stumbling block to those entrusted with the management of public affairs, while it still cointinues a subject of the deepest inlterest to the colozists in.general. V1'hen the bril liant gold discoyeries were firs?t made, it icmued for. a time as though all these difli-ulties ivwold vanish imnme diatclv, souniversal was ihe rush from all q.uartes of the glob? 't?, tih)'gld teeming regions of the prcvious'dcs pised Australasia, aind there can be no doiubt about the. increase to our popu lat?in, whicdh siceedea the findidg out SSoithiern El borado; having been ihnvalul?hi , roio?tinlg the' prosperity of the colony and in forwarding its advanccnient. 'fhough it has aided it, however, it has byr no m...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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ARE THE ABORIGINES BRITISH SUBJECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 6 November 1858

Asz Tas AsOnIGINES ]3iLITI[ SUDJECrs, -A curious question islikely to occur on the. trial of the aborigines at the present sitting of the :Criminal Court for a murder.committed4 in the bush Can they be called onu to 15lead, not being British subjeots? The 6 and 7 Vic. ch, 94, was passed to remove doubts onsueh points, but it confirms by declaring the existence of the doubts, for suoh doubts clearly could not be removed by an Act of Parlia< ment, unless the native chiefs agree by treaty, or are compelled by conquest to submit to the jurisdiction of Parlia= mcnt. Nor can it be contended that the crime was committed within British territory, for, as between us and the natives, no part of the soil. i. ours! Should even these difiulties. be removed by some arbitrary dictun opposed to the law of nations,. the fourth section of the above act "re riroer" thp Supreme Court to try the. offenders, and if convicted, to punish. them according to the law of the coun-: try where it vari...

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SYDNEY. October 29, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 6 November 1858

SYDNEY. -8-- [rnoX one own CORRESPONDENT.] QOctober 29, 1858. W e h a v e h a d a v e r y d ~ i w e e k , th e si o s t exciting topic having been the disposal ofrte superfluous digging population which had been attracted to our shores, from Victoria and elsewhere, by the Port Curtis rumours. After some $yceles of uncertainty and indecisiqon, it, seemed suddenly to flash across the addle" pated brains of our Sydney wiseacres that it would be a pity to let a thousand able-bodied experienced miners leave us, and then pay £15 per head for importing a parcel of half useless immigrants, 'who can do nothing for six months but grumble about their mosquito bites. Accordingly, o Tuesday a meeting was held at Miessrs. Dean and Co.'s, thc auctioneers, to take sonic step) in the .matter. Thie meeting, which was especially under the patronage of the" Sydnep"''Aoorenit. Herald, wae rather a heterogenous one. Charley Ehbmp, as ex-partner in "The Themdo'er." filled the chair. George Thornton, Esq.,...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 6 November 1858

MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. 4 case some time pending has been decoided in the Supremne Court, Sydney. The ciroumstanoces are somewhat peculiar. A seaman, named Loughran, brought an altion against Captain Parfitt, of the European, for having, in February, 1857,during the passage fromn. Mellb~ourno to Sydney, lashed hini to the rigging, tied him. to the hain-stay with his feet scarcely touch ibig thd ground, and finally fettered hlis ancles with handoufia so small that lii Iegs beaule ulcqrated in conse ti'nmce. The defonco ~vas that Lough. rril had disohe.,ed orders, and that punishment 'vas necessary as there were symptoepa of a strike auouget the crew, bu'et that the! punishmc had not been _ XV~senta ni C t 0Lodon 0o dema,, satisfct-. ..... treom her :uajist'Ys (+ovirn-ient tfor the detcn. tion iln Sydney of tihe United States Ierchlant ship SnLpdra~gou, and the arrest 0f the master and mate of that vessel under process of the Supreme Court. In juxtapositiou n with this, we mnay state that...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY—NOVEMBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 6 November 1858

P.. r.LIAMENTARY. TUESDAY-NOVEMBER 2. In the Assembly a deputation from the Legislative Council, consisting of Messrs. Lutwyche, Thomson, Hlolden, and Dickson, brought down the Elec toral Bill, a pansse4 by the Upper House. It Wxas o~dered to be taken hitb conside!ition on Thursday next. '' The dlebat 'oo Mr. Deniehv's mo. tia,' respecinigi ecclesinastica titles, \vas reSumepl 'i " Mr.'Murray strongly eupported the rasoluttions anS aff.rmifig a just pyincir ple, while he exonerated the local govermiiicnt ind BishoIp Barker from blame, Mr. Barker condemned ,th. pourse takenc by Lord Stanley, u4d' q,'vicd that actioin .hould be tasiai on, that point only, Mr. Veiehy reljied i~nd had not concluded up to 9*40,

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EMIGRATION TO AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 6 November 1858

EMIGRATION T' AU'SIP'.LIA. IIer Majesty's Emigration Com ;issioners have chartered, since the 1st January, 33 ships, 27 of which have already sailed, viz.--8 to the colony of Victoria, J to New South Wales, 5 to South Australia, 1 to Yestern Australia, 3 to the Cape of '\)?oodHope, and 1 to Natal. 16 sailed "f'om Liverpool, 8 from Plymouth, and 3 from Southampton. T''he number of emigrants conveyed to the colony of Victoria amounted to 3141, equal to 2647j statute adults, of whom 219 were married couples, 711. single lensi 1222 single women, *346 boys between the ages of 1 and 12, 351 gills between the same ages, 45 male iunthtts and. 2d fclale; 361 were English, 453 Scotch, and 1327 Irish. The nnuiber of em igrants conveyed to New South \V\ales amounted to 3142, eqtu:al to 8;3u-.} statute . adults, of whom '19 were married couples, 9-11 single men, 7TS Ssingle women, 2'7 boys betwce.t the ages of 1 and 12, 321 girls between the same ages, 43 mnale inhfints and U5 female; 2184 wcze ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 6 November 1858

1OLICE CQU'RT. Pouch. '. 1.r -0 'us,,.h, 'ovEMEn R 0, 1858. Otcis the JPolice Magistrate.) DaRUsN.K\rY s.--.-teorge 1B]nneti, charged with being drunkioi :Mdida, plbadied guilty, and was stentneed to pay a fie, of 0a.i. oe 48 hours in the cells. Sv.1t.oNs Lesr.---Janies ~'alsh v. William Gardicner.--- This case arose fromnt the urlawful d.-tention of a watch, valtdd It '£, bilonging to the plaintiff and which had been loft 1tb. the defundant (who sa . to be , lurasni', Ni~ov~rtna 4. Thomas Villiams was brought beforo the Court, charged with being of unsound mind. It aplarcd friom the evidence of Constabl: Monecith, that the accused, on Wednesday night, about 10 o'clock, went out on the balcony of Mr. Bvrnes's Hotel (where he was staying), anl call d oiut "mu'der" and other wi~se disturbing the ncighbourhood, and7 that whcen ttaken to the lock;up he was so violent that he had to be put iri irons. The evidence of Dr. Morgan went to show that he ,as called about 11 o'clock to see the p...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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IMPOUNDINGS. (From the Government Gazette, October 19.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 6 November 1858

IMPOUNDINGS. (From the Governmen5t Gazectcte, October 19.) vGuAok.---On' the' 11thday of October, from Jones's Creek, by.Mr. Horsley:---One brown mare, star, like R or B3 near shoulder, broken in, aged, about 14 hands high.. If net released within 24 days from date of pub lication, will be sold.: P.' luxa,' Pound keeper. (from the Government Go:ette, Ootpbcr 22.) , oorn GusenoA.L--·On the 16th day of Orber, from Mr. P. Stuckey's run, Willie 4nmer,; damages 8s. 7d. per head: One brown horse, star in forehead, large snip on nose, MD near shoulder, 3 shoes on, saddle marked, aged, 16 hands high; brown marc, star in forehead, , over ?V near shoulder, aged, 15 hands high; brown horse foal, dot in forehead, unbraded; grey horse, bell on aeek, saddle marked, J over 5 near shoulder, 6years old, 15 hands high; grey mare, snip on nose, like PC or G near shoulder, 41 years old, 14 hands high. If not released will be soldaccording to Impounding Act. J. 13BA roe, Poundklceper. WAooA WAO?A.---On ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 6 November 1858

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. HURIAL G4ovND.---We observe that Sub acription Lists have been opened for the nurpose oI completing the fencing of the liurial Gr und in connection with the Church of England, Roman Catholic, and other Churches in this neihbourhood. Siubcrip tions will be received 'by Mr. George lur3yth, .Trcasurer of the Coinmittee. NAVIGATION OP TIE MLUlRAY AND OF TIHE MUairrUMBIDGEE.---Some men are born fortu nate. Captain Cadell seems one of these. Hie has engrossed all the credit of the success ful navigation of the Murray, and seems in a fair way of engrossing tho credit of ascending the waters of the Murrsimbidgee. With the view, however, of rendering honour to whom honour is due, we give the following from' a correspondent of the S. M Hcerald, premising that our own recollection bears ou't the writer's statement as far as the river Maurray is con cerned :---" Mr. Daniel Bunce was one of the first persons to suggest the possibility of a steamboat coming up the Murray, but ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 6 November 1858

0O CO]RESPO2DfNTh. Correspondente in all parts of the Soucthern Disti·ict are infurued that we shall at all times, be happy to receive from therh abcounts of siLch- local evenls as may be dermed wbrtlhy of notice in theicir diffeorcn neighbour hooda; indeed, such communications will place uj Ander an obligatioxi'to the writer.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 6 November 1858

THE WACCA WACCA EXPRESS, AND GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, Sovan WAOOA WAOOA. T HE PROPRIETOR 4begs to inform the Inhabitants of Wagga Wagga and of the District in general, that his Office is now e ith the most Modern Type the , dney Markete can furnish, combining all sorts of Plain and Ornamental Type, Borders, Oraanents, &c., together with every facility required to meet the demands of the present dy. He hopes, with moderate chargcs, to ecure a fair share of public patronage, pledg ing himself to spare neither erpsnsc.nor exertion to give satisfaction. Plain and Ornamental 'PT:inting, 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 'radesmen's Busi ness Circulars and Bill Headings, neatly dis alayed. Dl~ruggist's and other Ibels, plain or fancy. Catalogues at a short notice. Pamphlets, Club Articles, and S...

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POST OFFICE NOTICE. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS AT WAGGA WAGGA. ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 6 November 1858

POS'T OFiICE NOTICE. AbBRIVAP AND DEPARTtRE OF TIE : 'AIIS AT WAGG'A WVAGGA. Annitv.uI.s From Syducy, ddulbrtn, Yass, Gund??gai, Tarcu~ti, Aibury, and the Colony of Vic turii, on Mobday's and Priday's at 3 p.m. B.ra,,ald, Euston, and the Lower Darling, on 'l'ilTrsday's at noon. Do iliquin; and thh ILower Mutray, oh Sun day's. ait ptm. DEPARTURE For Sydney, ;oulburn, Yass, Gundagai, Tar cutta, Albury, and the Colony of Victors, on Monday's and Frida'yus, at 2'30 a.m. FJor Blranald, Ruston,' and :se Lower Dailing, on Saturday's, at 6 a.m. For Detniliquin, and the Lowei Murray, on lMonday's at:4 i.m. . . Letters intended for despatch by the Tar cutta andailaranald mails, must be posted at or before 8 o'clock on the previous evening; lottars will, however, be received till 10 o'cloek, upon a payment of 6d. in addition to the required amountof postage. Letters for Deniliquin must be posted by 3.30 on .fongay afternoon. ".kTES OF POSTAGE. O . d. On letters to any part of the colony of ' N...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 6 November 1858

DEATH. Died on the 3rd instant, after a short illness, John, infant son of James and Margaret Simpson, aged two months. THE WAGGA WAGGA EXPRESS. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1858.

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