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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 12 February 1859

NOTICE Our Readera are requested to forward the amount of their Subscriptions due for the past Quarter. Those of our Subscribers who live in or near Wagga Wagga are requested to call at the Ofice and settle their Aecounts,.as the out. lay has been exceedingly Iheavy for the past Quarter,.and we are mainly dependent upon the prompt payment of hubseriptions to meet these expenkes. Hereafter no accounts uneon nected with the paper will bhe allowed to accu. rmulate, but all such accounts are exzeeted to be rettled on delivcry. We are led to thi. deter mination from the mad·y Aeounts. of this description which have accumulated sinee the e-tablisiment of thic Journal and which.etill romain unsettled.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 12 February 1859

LOOAL NT,?ELLIGENCE. Tea Mihsszr " LK'rr.a BAe.--O,,r attentioii has been again drawn to the above snlject by a letter received from a corresp)ondent on thle Lower Mur. rumbidgee, and which will be found in another column of our paper. Th conclusion we ar'ivwd at in our fornie paragraph was on account of inforai' tion received from the Deputy-Post master at.this place, w?ho, iiformed u at the time of making.the enquiry res, pecting the missing bag and also ofa ' letter addressed to this paper, which was in the bag. at the timne it ias hlot, "that the hbag was not under the control of the post office authorities," it being a private one. We have be~n further informed that no search was' made for the lost hag until twoo?-0 three days after its loss. If our iufori mnatiorn he true there must be some fault, somewhere, as search for the bag' 1 should have been made immediately on receipt of the intelligence that the bag was lost. We would ask who is responsible for the safe conduct and ,...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8th, 1859. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 12 February 1859

POLICE COURT. -5 TrUnxAT, FRaRvnyr 8th, 1859. (Before the Police Magistrate.) DRUNK ANfn DISORDERLY.-William Wakclin was brought before the Court charged with being drunk and dis orderly on the morning of the 8th, and was filled £1 or 49 hours in the cells. OnscNa LANOUAovE. - William Wakelin was then charedrl by the Chief Constable with using obscene language in a public place, on the morning of the 8th instant. The Bench fined the prisoner £5, or thtee monlhs in Goul burn Gaol. MALICIOUS INJURY.-W. Wakelin was then charged by William Lang ford with maliciously breaking in the door of his house on the morning of the 8th instant. The Police Magis trate ordered the prisoner to repair the door or pay 5s., in default to be imprisoned 14 days. STrALINa.- Richard Doyle was brou?ht before the Court on the charge of stealing aquantity of tea, sugar, and a loaf of broad, from his employer. Mr. Thomas Fox. The prosecutor declined to prosecute the prisoner, and he was discharged. WEDNESDAY, E...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. POPPING THE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 12 February 1859

OI.GINAL POETRY. - POPPING THE QUESTION. UOLLY darling, for what reason Do sou thus continue single, While so mano round await, SWho with you would gladly mate ? Some there are, I know not why, Who resolve as maids to die. An irreligious wicked thought, And with no little mischlief fraught. If such a feeling but gains force,. The human race must fail of course And this bright world soon becolme . A place for living things to shun. W'hen God made man, he gave your sex To cheer and support him (you sometimes vex) Increase and multiply ass Iis commaod· , And should we not by this law stand ? 'lhat it's the law none can dispute; It isa well-establliothed trutlh, And by it you are decreed To court, to marry, and to h---d, Then dearest, be not lead astray Ant offer do not turn away, lest at leeigth Jyon are forced to pick Out of a hedge a crooked stick. N,.w, mirk ! I don't say take the first That may forth pretensions thrust, Unclltivated, rlde, morose; Perhaps in mind and person groa. A...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE Lower Murrumbidgee, February 1st, 1859. (To the Editor of the Wagga Wagga Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 12 February 1859

. ... ... " " ' - ':.;L .7 : ..- .: 7 .' . . ORIGINAL CO RRESPONDENCE Lower Murrumbi'dgee, :. . February 1'st, 1859. (To t.e Editor of the Wagga Wagga .Epraes. SI?n-- In a lte numbeir bf your ournal there occures a xptice 'iii refer ;nAc to the loss ef a private letter bag, by the 'bil contractor; and, from the Stenor of'your remarks, it would appear you have been led to the erroneous conclusion; that neither the local Post master nor the contractor have any 'conitrol over these bags; or, in other words, no responsibility rests on either party for their safe despatch, conduct, and delivery. I beg tonassure' o u this is altogether a mistake. Private letter .bage;, are, in all respects, similar to jrivate letter boxes, so far asthe Post paster is concerned,; and his actual 'ponsibility ends only when he de ":]ivers the bag, iitli its contents, to the mail contractor. The Postmaster's control.of the ha:r (after such delivery) continues iutact inasmuch as the con tractor is bound to acc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 12 February 1859

TANT'rED, TO PURCHASE, 30o to 500 S Head well-bred young Cattle (equl sexes). Address, PALMER BROTHERS, Dedarang, Yackandandab, Victoria. LOST. ":I;ROM Stockhsbingee, four horses, the pro .i pertyof William Howell, Esq., branded as follows :---Chestnut horse, WV off shoulder :a end cheek, blaze down face. Brown horse, same brand. Bay horse,' writing capital T near shoulder, G 'near saddle, star in forehead. S:Black pony, JIL, the HL conjoined, near : shoulder and rump. Any persohn deliering the above horses, .either to Mr Howell, gsrrows; Mr. For .syth;,Wagg W~g, or theundersgned, will receive £5 reward.. CHARLES 31. LLOYD, Yairabee, " rYanco Creek. THE above Reward will be paid to any _ party giving information that will lead to conviction of the person or persons who is Sconstantly interfering with cattle or horses on ;my run without giving due notice before : going on the run; in any case, they must .bring the stok tomy yard. EDWARD CHARLES PEARSON. Wagga Wagga Station. L': TOLEN...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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DENILIQUIN. February 1, 1859. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 12 February 1859

DENILIQUIN. [ProM oUR OwN COnnESPONDENT.] Februry 1, 1859. In consequence of to-da being the ap pointed time for the inveatiticn into some clirrgesatg.tinst the Polee Magistrate, Johnl KRlly, Esq. Tha town was unusuatllyfdll of settlers and J.P.'s,; warm supporters of MIr. Kelly, all anxiously waiting: the arrival of Commissioner Lockhart, Esq., whao- has brene deputed to investigate the charges, which are rather of a serious nature, laid by Mr. Greathead, carpenter. Great excitemaent was caused in consequence of the no:-appear ance- of the. Commissioner, and up to- four o'clock the excitement still coitinued, when mnst of the settlers of the district hield a meet ing at the Royal IHotel, South Deniliquin, many of whom had corn, a long way to be prese?f'at the investigation. • The following docunient was read by 'IL S. Lewis, Esq., of .Moire station, who was chairman :-- "In the proposed enquiry instituted by R. Greathead, in certain charges pre ferred by him against J. Kelly, Esq.,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 19 February 1859

. ANTED, T-O-PURCHASE, 300 to. 500 :, _HeIadiwell-.bred young Cattle (equl sexes).. ,rAddress, PALMER. BROTHERS' fenIaFiang, Yfkah dandah, Vic orid. LOST. ROM tockinbingee, four horses, the pro :: party of William Howell,, Esq., branded s follows :---Chestnut horse, W off shoulder and cheek, blaze down face. *.... rown horse, same brand. Bay horse, writing capital T near shoulder, :G near saddle, star in forehead. Black pon;y, JHL, the HLI conjoined, near shoulder and rump. Sperson delivering, the above horsee, either. to. Mr. ITowell;;.gu 1yew; Mr. For syth, Wagga W.agga, or the undersigned, will rreceive £5 reward. . CHAiRLES. M. LLOYD, Yarrabee, Yanco Creek. tHE above Reward will be paid to any :.: :party giving information that will lead to convictibn of the person or persons who:is --eonstantly interfeiing with cattle.or horses on my run ?vitiut, giving. due notice before: going on the run; in any case, they musti .bring the stock to my yard EDWARD ChARLES PEARSON. :Wagga Wagga...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 19 February 1859

.. PRODUCE-, IBOULAR,- .. Anneared, wbrg .u hand.you oourE .Lodon .pree -Eme1, for ths' 1lth Pecembcr. 1865.-': -**'*" '.*. .- , i_ Wool.-" Ouj'last'aries of.nalo prices, althoughitht' bidding nislrllsk'tlhrboghout, mtst i.e conlidered extreme. I,'itoae«rcured mar be quoted at from s,. ..i to 2s. d.;idi fine fleece, clean, at fraim':ei' 2d. to -.2. 7d.; inferior at from Is. id. to.Is. 9d., gteay at ".roin 11d.tlo.l3d. . , Hides-Areangain slightly down, and may be quoted at fross3od. to 41d. - s : . .. . . - -, Tallow.-Last month's rise of Is. 3d. to Is. Od. par cwt.' has given way, and present prices range thlus:-. . Inferior to good mutton at from 42s. lid. to 50s; Od.: . beef at from 42s. to 48d. id.. ' . Trade is healtthy, but dull .and itttle'dong. Bank rate of discount reduced on Thuirsday.to 21 per cent., 'but not expected to beopermanent; tillS, coupled with the :a'pproaching new year, will, wo' hopo,. itimulate; speculation and trade, which haveo been sisngulatly languid sin...

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THE QUEEN IN INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 19 February 1859

;THE' QUEEN IN INDIA, 'In a?most luminous and carefully wo6ded documerit,.it'-h&a beex inti mated to'tlie nhtiv?se0of India, that the ,government of their countrhiasrbeen 'iranisferred from the directors' of Leadephall.street to .tJ , .responsible adinares. of the Crown. iHenceforth theb; 'Q~oen. thorough her ministers :rules in Jndia. n of "i :p'roclition, ,?vil oui readers will fihd ,ihn this week's c: olumns, must r'call, to them the tiine-iiotlorig past-when ti great mutiny, threatened thie British rule in .the a st, :?dd.ehl, iw,,the tidstof a • ~ : ,. ·~ ·· . .·.: · i-g of a. iysteii hichwl s jec e? ,he interesf5of mimllions of people to -the 'gre; d it +,a great ,jobbing :compnn --a cruel: eonspriiirhy ,came to light. MIen Whio lihd leen ic n .tlihe il} it oft iicting a loyalty which they never felt ; natives wh'o had, suibmiitted to theliflat insults of Englishl subatern;, withl . seeming ;resignation---suddenly. tarn'ld- upon theiri masterb anl, ,rn' urderedrl?"thli...

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LITERARY INSTITUTE. (To the Editor of the Wagga Wagga Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 19 February 1859

'LI'TEI:A RY I ,?'~Tir'uJTUE. (To the editoirof.tlie-TWagga Wagga Eapreis.) SSit There- is nothing ;like-agita tion.:'it rouses peoplerup; and induces themn to look at; a subject in its right light and to judge for themselves. :It, is: with this feelifii I maike b'old to come n for'v'id 1an. add my humble voice to :the t-cry for- intellectual advancement.::In: youornissue :of the oath' inestint .Ivis muchi' leased at seeing a letter idiocating the estab lhluentt oifan i iEtitutinihinch heeded in this tow?n- a :ublic : Library, and Relii IRobii.:' anm gld .to see' thatt? s bjc" s not been allowved to, slip, iiiinetl' into .ollivion, a, and to prevent such being the case;'slthihk it a- duty' inecuiimbeint on every one who has in the shl htest tldegree ;the moral end iitellei;tial.;well-being of the", comuminirv:; at '?eart.: 'to: step 'fori;a rd bolmd anild: ;lend : i-: '?I(ping. leiadiin g charactei stics: ot' 'the, peopl e `of WamTgg'" W'agga " is'ati' insatii'ale thirst fo? lucrie....

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PRICES CURRENT. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 19 February 1859

PRICES CURRENT. 'SYDNEY? 0( 14I 2., .Oiir .......... 1.4d. to 12. toid; Superior 1 psi ~ r . 0d Lockes, ulccs, &. ... , d. to Is Sheepskiar.............., _.. _ Bd. to 104. TALcow.-hlulton ........ 1 cwt scarce. Stati.on..............B;s. to4.: Hsog39.-CtsrM' ad heavy:.. acbal0g to 14s..2d. K'.Small sanl Ugh ti .c fb toS BOW35.:5fl..~t.~t. C~to, SO5ltOS~s

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PRICES CURRENT. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 19 February 1859

PRIiCES aCURRE;NT. .r T, ,..;".- ,. :;..'<.? ' >,., .»i S, 8,.,-d , ., 6 s.i d. u= 'oOr.-fanto e .'"a . , 0 0 ?? , '1 'to ' 0 172; * "iInfer:i i.. .~...: ..:ds,?o 0 :1 0 'a to 0 li-70 .-o-,vi..:.Handwashed.... . 0 .3 to 0 1ll' - 'Graii'e-^'':.L~ S' 010 0 to o.il a' Locks,.pieces,&e.,, ,..«0O 0 8 to 0 .; 4 S ScourI .. ..:'.. '. ,"'O .1 10 'to 0 2 . d Snme.rs lAs-;';; .":--'*- ,7- *0":0"-6 to ":"O ", 10 | T'.LLO.- )"lutt ..... t' 'ton, U0- 0 i to 8 10-0 h n" ' a ""-'Bonf I/ ' s*' 40 0' 'to 4rO0; 0 ' Statien!.- ,; ;'.;.1,! ; '4BO f'0, 0 to 6S 41 0. HsHeavy ,....each, O0 0 to 0 13' o S o .......: ;. 0, o ?-1 0 to 1 50 o S lsrAK iiooica .... . "lt ,' 5 "0 0 to 7 10 O0 CAFINr.-Vnr ..:: lb, 0 1 0 to 0 3 0. 'T?L?' Bh ..e ..... ....... ' 0,? 0?? 1 )to 0,o 20 Ti go ,B i ..... .............: . 6, l 0 0 'to 01 0' 0 Ilitt . Stau nch .hea ny ,S 0 O ,to"0' .0; 0 ' '" it"llg ". ?.. .. lO0? to 20 0 :":./=.: I)itt Mr ig:an:;;B'addlet..i5-6OO.*0Vto.;0'UO 0 . e a.rttO liesihacknc)...

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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 19 February 1859

NOTICE. Our ladsrs are requested to forrward the amount ol their Subscriptions due for the past Quarter. ' ?hose of our Subscribers who live in or near Weagqa TWagga are requested to call at the Ofife and settle their Accounts, as the out -lay hasibeen exceedingly heavy for the past Quarter iand we are mainly 'dependenit upon the prompt payment of Subscriptions to meet these expenses. Hereafter no accounts uncon neeted with the paper will be allowed to accu mulate, but all such accounts are expected to be settled on delivery,. 1We are led to this deter rmination: from the. many Accounts of this description uwhich have accumulated.since the w thblishment of' this JTournal and which still remain unsettled. THE VAGCGA WA GA EXPRESS SATURDAY, .FEBRUARY 19, 1869.

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COLONIAL FEDERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 19 February 1859

COLONIAL FEDERATION. T "' iabi'soltite necessity for minutua deperildence one upon another, .im .plauited in our bieasts by Providence, as: an inherent attiribntn of our na Sture, makes itself :kiiirn in nations as ?well as in individiials; depite all ,;.: petty '::jaloney,r orr., miire honorable i ivairy, "t:'.,ti'is iiot.,gooddfor main to l ive alo»e,". siid n'either" a man nor a state can 'flourisih wen an isolated eondition of exvstence is attempted. e' a-re led to the aboee ieflection by : ery.ling :liow, steadily blit. surely the oi : igneglected subject of colonial fedora .tioii't:3sf rciing 'itself upon our notice. Unlike ithose politicial topics "which resquire il'popui?. lar agitation to give' t?iim' .iipoitance," this question is f.rced f'orw ard tsiriply -by the fact .i.ht,iti is:;indispensable to our. future Sprogress and 'prospeiity; notivithstand ing :'this,'i is?ft by no means impro .biile tihat :a long period' may . elapse liefore this visible necessity shall be rea...

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YASS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 19 February 1859

(rnoM A.CORRnPON5owNT.J On the calm.still evening. of the .th, Feb ruary at. half-past nine, shrill, and, piercing cries of -"fire! fire! fire ! in Godfrey's Store,'.' were echoed through our peaceful town, and many a social party was dispereed, and mingled in the general: and humane ,excite ment of extirigiishing the flames; it. proved howcirer, to be Mrs. Moses' stables, which fortunately. for our town, lie, isolated .from the building. 'In a moment, as it were, might have been observed all Yass actively, endea vouring to quench' the raging element of destruction. The fencing from Mr. Gogfrey's to the consuming stables was torn down by our sturdy townsmen with as much ease as though it were constrnoted of slight wicker work, and a much. as could be saved being removed from within, and the, space around cleared to a nicety; nothing remained but to look on at the malicious fury of the flames.. In thirty minutes after my arrival, and I was. amongst the- first who visited the sdene; t...

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STATE AID TO RELIGION. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 19 February 1859

STATE AID TO RELIGION. Tri question of State aid to religion has been brought prominently before the public, by late proceedings in the Legislative Assembly; which have called., forth various' remonstrances against the alleged injustice and cruelty of withdrawing the Supplementary Grant,. while those who take a differ-: ent view of the subject, have been lavish in their promises. of the policy thus initiated, and eainest in ..their agitations and petitions for the com plete abandonment of all Government support for religious purposes. The Cabinet, moreover, has expressed its intention to introduce a measure to this effect in the new Parliamerit,;while our daily contemporary, the. Morning Herald,.has initimited?its acquiescence. in the' expediency* of the impending change.. .So far then, voluntaryisat would appear, to be in the ascendant; and though no friends to'sudden and extreme constitutional changes, we are not inclined to withhold ouir assent froni the principle of perfect neut...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE (To the Editor of the Wagga Wagga Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 19 February 1859

ORIGINAL'CORRESPONRDENgOE (To the Eit o the .771i" , a.gga xprees. Sni2.-n yoi r j.ourinah "h ave stated t the Post Office'-at agraf - Wagga. is open dail?y(Si ndav's excepted) froin 8 a.m ' till 6 p in&: M serv iit was lately there and dn quired a, little after, six in the evening;, and Sas `told- that it was" past the hour" and did iot git th~em He a:ngain called :at: eight o'clock the next iibiornir' anid before he could fiid. any perion he hbd 'to nait--almost an "ib?'iter. irely this 'reqiiies alteration, as will as other irregiulaities; of which you and a correspondent have already taken notice . .Your- . YX.

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SYDNEY. Tuesday, February 15th. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 19 February 1859

SYDNEY. [vaosl'ov n'tOwc ounlusrown r T.]' Tuesday,: February 16th. A most mysterious murder has lately come to light. On Thursday last the landlord of a house at Burwood, went to look after his rent. He found, however, that the inmates had left, and his attention was drawn by a Mrs. Langley, who lived in the neighbourhood) to the fact that a fearful stench issued from the premises. The landlord tlhen sought for a constable and found one; they returned in company, and the policeman entered the cot tage.' which :consisted of two tront rooms and a kitchen in the rear, and was situated about 18 yards from the Parramatta-road. In the bedroom was discovered the corpse of a man; the skull had been cut through with an axe the body was in a fearful state of decom position; he had to all appearances been murdered in his sleep; his feet had been tied together as if to prevent any struggle; the name of the man was Perry and he was the occupier of the cottage. The unfortunate' Perry was formerl...

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DENILIQUIN. February 12, 1859. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 19 February 1859

. DENILIQU IN. ----. ' " [r'OM OUR OWN CORUESPONDENT.] February 12, 1869. Th& all sbhorbing thenie hero is how the investigation into the: charges laid against J. Kelly, Esq., .Police .Magistrate, by Robert Greathead, carpenter and contractori will terminate, which Mr. Commissioner Lock hardt from the Tumut. is now investigating. He commenced on Monday ths 7th, at the Court-house, and although it is a private in vestigation, the represento.tives of the press:: are admitted. . On Tuesday the plaintiff had not finished the prosecution, although he had closed his:case he was .allowed to re-open it in consequence of his stating that he had another material witness tod.examine; the case stands over till to-day ' The Catholic Chapel is now completed; although small 'it is is a very neat building. The Church of England is also progressing very fast; the brick work is all up and the roof is now being put on; it will be finished in about two months and will be a splendid edifice; it ...

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