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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 26 February 1859
wAoGAGiQ iEXPRESS, SoTvr -Woo-r W--AbO. Ts~ 'irofrifojS~~idridt ig id SInhabitants of Wsgga~Waggpa and of the Ditrictn qitalhthedhiti Ofea ibsnoi. sof, sia~d Orn~; amental Type, Borer, Ornaineixtei, ~ totIitier with eoery aceility, requ ed1,jsaeett.: demqnds of fhe presqnt diy. He bops, with modedrate chlargesi, to, secure,a k ar~qpf public:patronage, :pledg ing 'himself o spare neither expense nor 8=ze~on,;t? giv~i~ti on,.,.O. ;· ..... , .~ .·: , ,ii?,, Pia~n' na uamstu Printing, in ~every arieLnd?t~ ~with-thelr ,itmost despat?,h, taidaier~. .Addressoar Dsiuss Csrdsit nietns and elegance. Posters at a few hours notice 11andbille, Business Aiiiouiiiicements, Mer chant's, Auotioneehrl'ai Trdaesnen'e Busi ness Circular. and Bill-Headings, neatly dis played 10~ scouraa,;: · ::t Druggist' .ht other Labels,plain or fancy. C0taloguese/at a shortn.otice., :l , - Pamphlets, Club Articles, and Society Reports, correctly aeid iektly:e uted. Every other descriptioi "of! Letteripress printing e...
THE LATE CASE OF LIBEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 26 February 1859
'THE LA1ETijtABE OF LIBlEL. THE privileges of the Prese are the hulyWic 90 our freerlonj and o'ught to be guarded with .the utmost; vigi laneati l j;ialous The right of commenting upon the public policy of the"'iuhtr f, exposing tlie :blurders an&lt;t1.Numanlageme nt. of ervery:branech. of admninistration, and advocating the redress of+evry grievane wvhiclilegis tion iii'y correct or remove---can, neit1ier b curbiedl nor curtailed with-. outiperiling ;the existence.of responsi ible government. But while we claim for tli-ffr7s, this lai?ge and ligitimiate prerog~it?e,' we admit to the fulles`t extent its amenability for the due exercise lof; its powers. The Law.of. Libel 4sthoh aippointed checkupo its: improprieties and excesses; and when a wit.er;.n::.dealing with the conduct of constituted authorities or private `individuals, 'as::it arffects the publid wve ' eiploye' unjustifiable mid infila matory tjaiuage, and indulgesin cm-: mentt ht are -steeped and saturated in the: v...
NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 26 February 1859
N O TICE. Ouri Readcers are requested to forward thie amOut -p.fthgir ubscriptions'dtW for the past Quarter. Tlhose of our Subscribers who live in or near W agReI o asi requnsteddotdall at tAh QfRce and settle their Accounts, as the out nla-ha n_ ?et u egeinglpy heatry for the. pas~t Qua 4tcr$n e n st oatny 5.eerlntu th. e*io~ssp (p En) og Sssiscrptions to meet *thde.4e ssscrd . 1 e*, a7te&lt;.. i accouonts 'sncon necsted with the paper till bha-llowed to aceui mnulote, but all such aecon t. int re, ekp?eted to be i"ttled on deliver.ey ' WMa rk le.rd:tb this deter m,irfation frbom the many eircunts of this iteser??ion yphieh have ac~cumndated:sinc. lhe. estd liehu4 sitf this jTournal ~and i?hickh?till remain unsettled. . .T . Itrru>42W4GqAg £ 1E SS. 8A\~~R A Y · 6 ) 859~· : -. ·_
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 March 1859
RE WARD. ~ fTEREAS on the night of the 24th of "V Jantury, 1859, atNorthWagga Wagga, a gross and diaholical act of incendiarism was Sperpetrated on the premises of Mr. PATRICK S,'NNEL.L, Sen., whereby property of the value of Three HIundred Pounds was des troyed, viz., Two ,sTACKs oF cAr', ON sTACK O0 OATs, and oNR STACKor or nAtRY. . Now, we, the un'dersified, do hereby sub 'scribe the amounts set 'aginst our respective ,smes, to g:o to the formation of- a fund to be paid to any, person or persons who shall, within the period of six months, giie such informatiobn, directl or indirectly; as shall load to the finnal coniction of the perpetrator of this detestable offence;. provided that the, incendiary himself he not the.informer. And: we. do hereby pledee ourselves to use the necessary measures throughi the, medium of the Police Magistrate, to have the matter blrought under the notice of his Excellency the Governor-General, with a view to an in crease of the reward, nd that the suni...
MELBOURNE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 March 1859
: -MELBOURINE 8TOOC ? MARkETI:. Pos' CATTLE.-4'hls:1 flirket ha6 sh;~e ve, msbho~er-l " ' iipsled, and' the:quslityJbrnhtaoi-ward, chleflj of an infsrier.klnk...Low prices have roliseauently . ?rated, say fqr bulloke, 7 to £8 10s, Cows, £0 to £7 5s.? pc head.".. Blax CArrL.-Notmuch enquiry ?or thi description ; Sqotaotiom from -S3-Os.- to'£4, forgood mieb lots: .I?oT Sassr.-.-Th ?,.s ers i? the yards sre'oonlder-! .ably in oxes .es;of tho demands- of thieL trds, d, * soem" t1inq?ed ustOtd, Priiiie wther oef which! them were comparatlvrely few, fetlhed from lts?li .Sts.: PAlr.good, 10i.(to ls.-cch.,? - ..t.:, j loana SHlnP.-A,go?d desnisa~nd flecke from New 8aulh" Waleswoald meeta r "ad? sisarket if delivery could be made shortly. - HoasR.-A brisk demand kha ~arahteinekr thlismdr * ket, and t rS6eu soi readil at-fiir -, priced.. ,STOOK SeATIONS---I have sold tlto. tation knownias ''lToogomble," N, S. W:, wvith'4 5- head atf rdattle, th.. ?~e property f R.o .:Abbott, E.5.? to the. sid...
STOCK AND STATION CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 March 1859
S 8TOCK, ND STBATION CIRCUILAR I 0 ..?a A· o D.Awo B o!Ai ~report that there is litle doelg in Ittre.,cattle. We..a heebhod somrei nqeiries for '0o d'storg bitllocks both inSydney arn f??m our Melboartie correnpondents. ' . :: Store Sheep.--We quitted a large lot of:wethers at ls. . d this weekone?esy terms; . Breeding ewes con tinue in demand; thero are aecounts in Sydney of severe losses in some of the Northern. District. by Cumberland disease, bUt these are exaggerated. Wool.-The lateyssles'show'a considerable fall ini wool, with little .inclination ia parchase . a·t reduced rates. Oar opinion Is that it will prove more profitable: to ship than sell eontinues rnaltred. . -..: StatiOnas.-rWe find it difficult to sell any but first class station. This week we sold to Mesers. George Mair. and Co.' the 'stations of Brengengdong ard hancobhan, obritlie Murray, witheoit: tock foir .bO.. Small sheep stations In the Northern District woult sell readily and at a good profit. Fn?stm and Rr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 March 1859
STOLEN OR STRAYED. : .. . . . ...,·;. . iROM[ th' Yarrabee Station Yanco Creek., ; on Black Horse;, 4. years old, no 'hite, hai'.dsl high, no visible brands, bit'?j s- a 'bj?rh which the owrier can easily idehtify himn. Thi hbove reward will be paidto a, ersonf delivering the 'hors to Mr L3 ,at the Yarrkbee Statlion, oi to the und~reig'ied at Barratta tStation Edward IRiver. JOSEPH' WILON. March 67173-3, .. . . THE- " . "": ':: ' ,- '? H -' :.:ii·"i BICKINDHAI1Y Assistedl by. Mcsere. J3 -I. Colcemsn tnd A. 3. King, will give thei Muesical ENTERTAINME NTS at·. .:" ?; alf-pai t ' ?ight o'clock iit ii •· 8 m ' 1a lir.: ag-r (- k e., p-rati "Seliidoidi~liePibiidrinj i ro~misable ;---Admission-2,- 6d,. -:Reserve d Seats-Ss.-? AHS EVRAM(~tia~ . ., t ,.h TmUoNDgY;cT DAY; &'ATURDA? f ,,,. HARNI ES &G. 7 ..i .-.' . .. . "W? ty- '. • . " ..... :!~i:E: " ''?r .!it,,?:?:, A General -sofin lent ol-othbr ,Articelsw tod a :numoerous to :mentibn,,'.i: TeOperatic God f s'-!-,_ i pmen...
PRICE CURRENT. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 March 1859
.. . E.·; jA.9 s., w .+t?'t'L:?+ . ? - ..- 'T. '-:, .:x..... a:~.£ L·d:·- +. a.+? WooL.--Pair tohe "t... " u1.7 to 0 2O , ; I " nfeiidi "'.?..i.. . 0 I . td ' 1 " '"-.aHatdwoohed ':??':++;0: 1 13100o0?1' ii1 Greaoe 6. 0% ii:·tb 0 ~l '3 ackspieces'n c-'. 0 8,3tol0' 14 . ? Bontr~ad...'..;., b 10,l:10 .efo 0.2 !4. ePsINs ..... 0. O 0 36 to 0. '01 TALLow.--iutton ... . 'ton, 47 0 0 to 53 0. ','St a igttitlo)nn"' I . :' 41'0. 0?'Lo,';0 to305 0. i0 II1Ds.-11 leavyi...w . eah 0 9. each,:0- to 013 .0 .... Lighti't........... t , 0 0 0 to 0 8 0 oeHs, ..... '. 00 1 0 .. to. t0 1 9o ' So1sk8010ts"'rl -t~n" 0.0 to 710 '33 CALIsKINR ... ... lb 0 1 0'.'to 0 0 FAT BEsf.......... .. .. , 0 ;lito ? 0 201 TIEROE B?yt..EI .....; 2.,, 10 0 to" 0 0 !0 Htoonss.-. . ::Stduitci'h'eh?irydri~ught30 0 0 to 40 0 '0 . 1:'Dltto'light .......... 1 0 0 to 2 0 0. Dlttd gig .nd saddle. 160.. 0,0. to.+ 0" 0 Dlitto light haeknc ' '0- 'to 10 0 0, -F+tV-C~iT~t "0alie) 00;....@)0p "05-- to '0 +17 Cows.-Mileh':. .~....,je...
SYDNEY. Tuesday, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 March 1859
SSYDNEY. £FR~oM 0UI C0gORT~FOD~XT.J Tuesday, March 1. On Tuesday. the 22nd, the preliminary enquiry against Gibbos, Manton, Newton, and Brown was concluded. The three former were committed to take their trial at the Criminal Criminal Court and allowed- bail, anad the last-named was discharged. Since this opened the general news has been of little interest. In politics the great result is the passing of Mr. Cowper's motion for the creation'of two new 'Cabinet ministers, viz., a Minister for Public Works and a Secretary for'Trade and Customs. It is generally rumoured that the former office will be given to Mr. Arnold, and that Mr. Weekes will be invitel to ac cept the latter.. I have also heard it stated, on reliable authority, that Mr. Campbell, in con sequence of continued ill-health, will retire from the ofilce of Colonial Treasurer, and that he will be succeeded by Mr. Jones. Colonel Gi.bes' resignation is expected to follow. The Australian Horticultural and Agricul.. tural show w...
DISGRACEFUL OUTRAGE AT DAYLESFORD. TARRING AND FEATHERING A REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 March 1859
isaitSCEFUL OUTRAGE AT liAYLES. FORD.- -TAitRING AND FEATHER ING A REPQRTER. :It is not- long since we publishedl the case bf Gostick, who wks com i~iitted ai"l-avlesford on oa mast' im-i SrobabieC:bha~ge of horse, stealing; the case of Fullerton and Co,.threw some additional light on the way in which eh'ey'manage 'thingsat Daylesford; we have now :to report another illustra tion of society .there, more disgraceful in its features,- and :more .disreputable io:the parties concerned, thain either of its predecessors. .---e give the facts as they are narrated by an intelligent nd "rcliible" correspondent, anrid in a . 1day er l two lih lf probably be able. to Daylesford, Monday, 14th Feb. This twfi has been thrown into the ;greatest state of excitenment by the .perpetration of a dastardly and.co:?;arl 'l act. Mr. Montgomery, an int*'li gent and respectabl6 man, who follows a the professioi, bf a.miningiageiit," iihd who by his conniection with the presa' has assisted-in- exposing some ...
LYNCHING AT LOS ANGELES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 March 1859
LfCHING'AT LOS ANGELES. (From the N'atioaL), . ' ; e: ai'e iiidebted to Wells, Fargo, and Cb. for extra slips from the office :bf the Lok Angeled Vineyard and Star, issued on 1st December, and destailing the circumstances of the execution of Pancho Daniel by the pbpulace, which ':ecrilrred on the mbrning of the 30th uiltimo. It will be rememnbered that Pancho Daniel was implicated with Sganig- of mu?ile'rers' and robbers who murdered Sheriff"Baftoni some. two y?Ears ago. One of the gang, named Pinito, was: captured soon a-fter the i~turder of Barton, and innmmediately e·xecu'ed. (Vineyard Ex ao, Di)ccnber 1..) SOn TuIesday: niorning a tragedy was eniated in this city, of which we should prefer that no riecord-might be mnai~b. .Had "we tle faintesthope that ouir ilence i?ould :have that effect, no ppelr.shohld be impressedby ,us with theid :history; of- 'that event-" As. was stated b'y us" in our last issue,:the Courriigranted the motion for a change of venue in the case of Pancho Da...
GUNDAGAI. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 March 1859
... ;1RoM OUR-OWN -cORsBea .FDRT ] Tds townheaileen giy du ring tthe fsif few da.s-.-dri'ckt races, tlh?atri~t, and circus, adding their several enticements' to the plea sure seeking public.- The races have been unusually well attended although the sport did not comb up to the Mingay meeting. I enclose you a list of the winning horses The cricket match I need not mention except to inform-you that our Gundagai:lads,:were well trounced. Great numbners of the towns folk have been.availing themselve, of the op portunityto see.a.theatro. Mr. Murray and his talented cdmpany are performing nightly during the races at Morley's Hotel.. They have erected a very creditable stage, and their performances elicit considerable applause. The "Time Gun" is now fired daily at one p.m., and can? be heard several miles away. I see by the Sydney Morning Herald that some "Time "' wise individual is .grumbliiig at the nmonstrous absurdity of the Gundagai people re'.ognising "Sydney Time," Mr. '" Tempus" re...
GOVERNMENT LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, DENILIQUIN. On Friday, April 29. Town Lots. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 March 1859
SGOVERNMENT LAND' SALES. p. At tia 'PfOICE OnFFsI , DENILIQUIN. "...0 iOn Friday, April 29. " Lots 1 to 10, 1 rood each, allotnients 1 to i0, section 2;: lots 11 to 20, 1 rood each; allotnent 1 .to 10,.section 17,; lots, 21-to 30, 1 rood each; allotments 1 to 10, section.18; lots 31 to 40, 1 rood each;, allotments 1 to 10 sectioii 19.: Ups?t-iiice, £8 per iiere.
MISCELLANEOUS. EXTRAORDINARY ESCAPE OF THE SHIP EXCELSIOR AND 200 PASSENGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 March 1859
.MiSCELLA NEOUoST.J EXTRAORDINARY ESCAPE OF THE SHIP:EXCELSIOR AND. 200-PAS SENGERS. The .ship Excelsior, Oaptain John Q. R. Swift, which left .Liverp6ol: n the..6th September.for New York, arrived at her dock at New York. oi the: 19th ultimo, and presented fearful evidences of the terrific hurricane. of the 25th, 26th, and 27th .of Octobei, thro.ugh, which she passed, losing all of her masts and most of her canvas? besides four of the crew and one: pas senger. The ,following are the names of those who lost their lives :.- Willidam Stephens, second mate; Michael: Totr ney; Henry Thompson, and:, George: Proper, seamen; W. W. .Fisher, pas sengers. ., The :' gale lasted from.. the 25th to the 28th. October, the ship' going" from ten:.to eleven kn·ots per hour when she was'struck by the galei whcn.the five persons were lost. The carpenter ofthe ship, G.. Butler,. wans washed :over the side, but was saved by.the:firm grasp of the first; officer Mr.. 0. S. Pondletohn: . As the ship no:lie...
POLICE COURT. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28th, 1859. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 March 1859
POLICE COURT.: * -0----- Mo0avY, FsRsavai r 28th, 1859. (Before the Police Magistrate.) DRVNauNNESS. --- William Taylor was brought before the Bench on the above charge. The prisoner was disaharged with a* cantion, this being-his first offence.::. - DausK AsND DIORDauLy. -.William,. Wakelin was -brought .before the bench on the charge of being druink and dis'rderly on the' morning of' the' 27th instant. The prisoner was fined £2, or 48. hours in the cells. ..... ,. DRsUH~Fl ss. --* WVilliam Blythe .was, br-o?hult -befoire tq1bpb h onithe above bcharge , r 4 8' .? oi'? , le -" :';; OBBCENui LAauOnB. W-- . then charged with using obscene language ain a piubitei place on the egoning of Sunday the 2'7th" instant. The prnsioer pleaded guilty, l"id was ordered to py a, fiia-of £., or 14 dai-s in the cells. . , 1)RONrKoNNhESS. --- Yon O-pSOy pled da guilty to the above charge; and was fined Sojr Tursu.v, Mancu lsT,'18609. (Before the Police fagistrate-and John' Lupton, Esq., J.P. D'ciaiss....
PRICES CURRENT. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 March 1859
W .OOL qsrel 2..;.'.?..' :,., Si t Nl; 104'.:i . to 4 ? " '" dwnsh· i . " s' . to 1' 58. ' SuLperior Clipe ... ... . p s, 8d. to'2s.;a " 1 l'oalrior ... , Is. Sd. to l . 6 -ra .. ,Is. Ed. to Is. ?d, " reasy ................ ,, 8d. tol I?' i Locks, pieces, &c ... ,, .. d.tould. .. .Sheepskins full-fie. .,. -d.toL. td. TaLu ow.-Mutton..............., owt scarce. . . l. Beet :....?:.:::........ .io 4 4s.5 , St.tio6n.....% ......... ; Os. ? o5s2,. .:Y HLznaa.-Coured and heaevy ...:each 12. to li. Small adl?t ''""' .t.m?s asrlugit to 10,. BONEs.-Shanks ........ ::..:. ton ed. to'47 Ho.eS ...... .....:7.V. ......... I00 20s.tu,8O.. . , ".'?. DURHAM AND IR'WIN; Australin rodue Aoctil Mar R 'tI .: 6d... 0, King Street Wtt;.? Sydney, 24th Pebru~ury, 2809.
AGRICULTURAL. IMPROVED THRESHING AND OTHER AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 March 1859
CrPL r1T j1I am I ~ a.1y uw rvme .09>l~ Ir a 50 vereai usey'maichiies thie power of those they :hiave'ent 'to li~feisra. ?r land iad Bin hamn wkill properly taken care of, last a nineteen years' 'lerise; withoiut the slightest repair. The fdour ho:rse machine copsists of two divisions fed by tw irori .rboller, three feet si inchesloiinsiind foui inches iirdiame; ter. :The first" divisii 'contains a drum,',four feet six inches ii length, two feet in diatimter. Its panels are framed' with' iidn, aind it is so con strueteid that;: shoiuld ahything be thought to be ginig. wronig inside, the panels: can be removed in a' few min1ites;, 'ahd 'thd obstruction at :once remedied -In the second division, is the : straw 'shalteir, twith '" caving riddle. aittabch'ed -undereiteiti. The ironi hee, horse aind striking but' gearing are accurately b6red. by self acting tnmachinery,' with shafting ttirnied to correspond, and the letter gearing is sd constricted that the man feeding can regulite1th...
COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 March 1859
coMMiERCI X I PRODUCE'CIBCULAR. W'ol.-Buyprso-have displayed a disinclinatoloi'to 'pitr chase except at a reduction 'on thl e former rates, :and-the market for this article of export may be considered to have-declined Id per lb,-, unless for elipsof first-class charactor Greaesy wools are not sought after.:'. ' Sheopskins.-Mirket? thinly supplied, ahd without any improvement in price, the parcels offered thi I day were vcrv h.bad'condltionod . Tallow,-This arilcle has: met with an incrueased de mand amoncast the town trade. A few purchases have ben etfected fdr shipment to the neighaourr l ngcolonies, Hidees.-These offered this da" are Inferior with the exception of oio lot (56) sold at auction for 14s. 6d. '. also otlte parcel (of 300) sold privately at I4s. 9d. for shipment; well-rored heavy are in demand. Woel.-%, ,'libaldlooks at d.; OXB, 1 baleflae at 181d. . RESULT OF S?ALES. i s1 la tiiii' (greday)"at 15d., ,oXti I bales skin (washed):at'-lld. .. EN, 83 bales ditto at 18d. Sh...