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DENILIQUIN. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 19 March 1859

D)'NILIQUIN. 7: {V1otioDua' (3WaroosR~(x3PnSO7r.] d !C& sow F.eiFRi.- On' Sundav; or eerly on Monlday, some evil iliapocd" perenn or persons mralioiouiny utenu ted to aet fre to the Iiyal Ictt 1, and ha it not lŽwn for the inmatea.n'i doubt the who!eof the biilding' would have been b estroyed, but, foirtunately, when the: attempt vas made in front of the bar somebody was sleeping there and was awoke by seeing flames'issiiing from the-top of-the bar door from the outside, and immediately gave the alarm. On" examnination' it was disco vered that a piece of nankeen had been inserted over,the top of the. dopr, and.the fire. set todit dad just caught the ;ceiling whoa' discovered. This ihows the necessity for the inhabitasitseof-this. rising. township to at. once call a meeting and establish a Voluutcer Fire Brigade,: which. could be. easily done. I hope beroro Tohg f`obe enabled to- chronicle that some of our enterprising townsoen have 'taken the -hint, and remember a stitch in ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 19 March 1859

The' "Trasactions of. John :S.ad eir. The' Court,'of Queen-s Bench. ~was ?o?upiedi oni the?i?th, and '9th' of;De Slmber, with one,,obf thenmany;trials whiichý have arison 'out of., Sadliers'd '~riimes. : Mr: Viicerit Seully, formerly :triimber"fIor 'Corl: edunty ;: asi -the 'plsaititff; M r' H'ertbe ngbraim; mem ,her' for Bo"stonbi' was"= the 'defendant. The' chliarge was :ithat': Mr;- Ingram 'iisrdpresented .himself -as puirchaser of !the Castle Hyde' estate; 'in Cork '.oiinty;'and :by so lending:: himself : to ;the frauds -of?- John Sad eir,:, that:, he pr judieed Mr. Sciully. ' The.c ise. was 'very c boimiplicated;, anid i:, nvolved; ? as s'ti?al ,diecldsures of'tie tricks ofSad 'lier: Mr: Scilley?'S casei .was thi's: Sadleiir:bbougt the Casitle Hyde estate ýfor"Scinly, price. 19;4251:'bit entered hiifninlf 'as 'purchaser :-ini trust 'for Scilly's' unele,;be'dauie it' was thought a riesult couild be effected on better tersi if it apeared a:t tat.the property 'had b en:: bought. f...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 19 March 1859

1REWARD. W HEREAS on the:night of the 24th of SJanuar',r1859, atNorth Wagga Wagga, a gross and iliaholicalact of incendiarism was perpetrated on the premises of Mir..PATnrIcI FENNELL;, Sen., whereby property of. the value 'of Three Hundred Pounds was des troyed, viz., : TWO STACKS - OF- HAY, -ONR STACK' OFr OATs; and: ox.' STACR? : OF?1ARLEY. Now, we, the: undersigned, do hereby sub scribe the amounts set against our respective names, to go to the formation of a fund to he paid to any person or persons .who shall, within the peiiod of six months;- give, such information; directly or indirectly, as .shall Slead'to the final conviction: of.the perpetrator ofithis dete'table offence; provided thatFthie incendiary himself he not the informer:-; And we do .hereby pledee ourselves .to use the necessary measures through " the medium of the Police Magistrate, to have the. matter brought under the. notice of his Excellency the Governor-General, with a view to: an 'in crease of the reward, nd...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Police Court. FRIDAY, MARCH 11. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 19 March 1859

FRIDAY. MARCHe 11. (Before the Police Magistrate.) INSULTING AND onscaE.n LANOuAIo,. John White was brought before the Court; .charged with using' insulting and -obscene .language to Mrs. Brown of North Wagga Wagga, on the ,10th instant. The .prisouer pleaded" guilty, And was fined £5, or three months to .Goulbiirn gaol. The same prisoner was chaiged witlia similar offence, and was fined £5, or 14 days in the cells. .SATURDAY, ManaC 12. VAGRANCY.-William Blythe was brought up, charged with being a vagrant, andhaving no visible means of support, and with assault ing the lockup-keeper in the cell. The .:Bench sentenced him to 9 monthsin Goulburn gaol. OBSCENE LANGUAGE -Robert Roberts was charged with using obscene language in a public place; the prisoner was fined £1, or 7 days in the cells. ASCOascoDN e ro mis DISTRIT.--George Smith, a ticket-of-leave holder, gave himself up to the Chibf'Constable, as being absent from his district, Queanbeyan'; remanfdto the 22nd instant, in order t...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Original Correspondence. BUSH FIRES. (To the Editor of the Wagga Wagga Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 19 March 1859

BUSH FIRES. ... (To . *r Eier of tA e Wagge Woaggs Eprea.J Sii-I hae oeen mony.a muckle fre in my time. I saw the bur?nin o'-the Dublin Cu. t3m House-the docks I mean-or rather the cellars or the stores, in the muckle housaes: that hand a' the ipeerit ;. and the rum and the whiskery, and the brandy came down into the river Liffey, whilk was' the first time I eversaw the sea on fire, for'it illuminated the big Hill o' Howth. I also saw the burn ing of thed Hduees ao" Parliament-no the present bonie houses, ye ken, but-them that was- afore them ; and the Acts ?f Parliament were a' burned, which caused a wee sweep to a muckle costermonger, that there yud be rise mair laws in "the kintra, for they had burned the Act o' Parliament that stopped climbing sweeps frae.gaun upohimnies. Anrt I saw the burning.of Astley's Amphitheatre,) wi.a the,.ajidyellow paint tha they used te. stickonthe faos o' the clowns, to mak'themi look droll. : I dijna see the burning o' the Royal Ezchsnge, though I w...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 19 March 1859

F·'.OUND.I :A '' F e. of PE K4YXV ' atem.now is poeaw o nn of- %-,220ar fora ,which an owner U1, waited. T'i' a~ovA pizoe1 wasn foun in, w ~ II, . L496 JO TASTNIGfl )F THL' BUCK. t4 2INNGHAM FAMILY. "The Wage*i t. ýýr Music and Singing A4?!:~ Dpyv' fter-tbe:li air.ri '· I F '" 'r· M:"` 'ld eman'm Clbarac r l. t I - - ,--'.. --- . . ..: To CAPITALISTS AiNDOTHERS iN -SEARCH OF ELIGIBLE .. INVESTMENTS. HAS received inetructions friim the Mortgagee, (u4der a. power of a sale) to offer by EXCHANGE HOTEL ALBURY, 1i desda Marci 1. 0th; `1859 At 2 o'clock in thi afternoon, The folldaing.'re`y. desirable 'bid VALUABLE PRIOPERTIES, Situate iii the belt localities of the :';.rising andflour-ishing: TO WNSHIP Of; ALB.URg., SPOT 1. LL that piece or parcel of Land, Aiotment. No. 2, of Sootions No s30. Containing by, .adr-easuremient 'two: roods,(miiore or: less) with a frntage of 66 feet to.:David and Macauley streets, All that piece or parcel of Land, being iotsent o. 5, pfSectiom No:: S (Adjoin...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Local Intelligence. CRICKET MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 19 March 1859

o-: ? al?teiligence. CRICKET MEETING: .. i"A mIipig iifime of the risidenite of this Stji Tr initerested.in "the. eatablishment :of a .Cricket Club, as ..held on Thursday evening last, at Caldwell's, Squatters Hotel, for the above purpose. Mir. $ffzrY WAL cU took the chair, and briey400?, 4tated the obfedit of the meeting, and the following resolutiosi ivere oarried unani ,monuly:- Slst, Moed by Mr. J. 8. STAcw, and soe bonded~by Mr. J. MEoREa, "That the Wagga Wagga Club do propoee a match between some one of the neighbouring olubs." 2nd. Moved by Mr. J. 8. STSaua, and seconded by Mr. H. ToMprsoi. "That a ohal. lengv be sent to the ,lbury Cab, in the ev.pt .offtheir beina elub?.t that place, and, if not", that the' 9 jili? lhe sent to te 4delongiOl.b, to playi match.with them." 'PvUaICa's ILc siEN.-We would remind our re?der??that allajlilicationfsor publican's licenseifor the next 'ear iusat be filed on or before Tuesday, the 29th instant.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 19 March 1859

NOTICE. Our .Readers are. requested to foroard the amount of their Sirbscriptions due for the past Quarter. Those of our Subscribers who live in or neair WVapga WVagga are requested to call at tha .Ofceeand settle their Accounta, as the out. lay has been exceedingly lehavy for the past Quarter, and we are mainly dependent upon the prompt payment of Subscriptions to meet these expaenes. Hereafter no accounts uncon sected with the paper will be allowed to accu mulate, but all such accounts are expected to be settled on delivery. ;We are .led to this deter euination from the many Accounts of this d.seiption which have accumulated since the establishment of this Journal and twhich still roeuin, unsettled.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 19 March 1859

m MIELBOt" RNA' M ESSRS. GORDON.AND GOTCH, 109, . Co!lins-street, west, are appointed Agents for the WAoo'i WAGOA ExPREss, at Melbourne, and are authorised to receive subscribers names, advertisements, &c. BA LRANALD. -· a Ja ESIPS. SPARKES, CRAMSIE, AND SCO: are a?ppointed Agents for the WAGOA WAnGA Exrar.es at Balraneld, and .are authorised to receive subscribers' names, advertisemente, and orders for Job Printing, &c. : i . . , • ·

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CHANGE OF WAGGA WAGGA AND BALRANALD MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 19 March 1859

CHANGE OF WAGGA WAGGA AND BALRANALD MAILS. To leare Wagga Wagga every Saturday at 6 a.m., and arrive at Balranald every Thursday at noon, and on return to leave Balranald every Saturday at 6 a.m., and atrrve at Wagga Wagga every Thuraday at 6 p.m. 10tth March. 81)9. TIlE WAG GA WA ;A EXPRESS SATUPIRDAY, MARCH 19, 1859.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 19 March 1859

TO CORRESPONDEJNTS. CorrspoideniitA in all parts of the Southbin Districts are informed that we shall at all imane, be happy to receive from them accounts r.f such local events as may be deemed wrthy. of.notice in their different neighbour hoods; indeed, such communications will place us tnder an obligation to the writer.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Colonial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 26 March 1859

1G:aRsZTi Favn A? BPQ4wT.-O0n Wednes day.last the Mayotand Corporatior of Sy?ney 'roee'dedd in state -that" is, n a ??thte q ph lo feelingness -is the pew'. ,siteroir tat B3othiy, for the purlpose of' eating aind:dririk ing. a. tquantity, otf olids and ufluig prbpaed ,r1 te .occasion .\,. After ipspectipg the steam .engine that means byand.Lye to sen walter 'into Sydney,' whire it:.is mstdh' wanted, the 'company proceeded to; the real!. business in hand. . Every plate havhig been three times emptied,- the..health of .the ,Mayor, aes the greatest man in her Maijesty's dominions, was prtoposedrfiret"f all;' and diuak' witlienthu-' siasm. His' Worship, in' returning thanks, made the' intere.ting?andf dcitiog announce-. meat that. ihe expected before the end of the year to be raised to tihe pee'ae, ' th'tltitle'of' Baron Smith,if Smiithfield. He deprecated the censisre of the conipany for having placed himself in. direct ' communication .with her Majesty: on,this subject, and-urged ~tha...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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BOARD OF TRADE RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 26 March 1859

? BOARD OF TRADE- RETURNiS., The., Board. of Trade . Return?lissued; ;yes-. terday- show:an increase in ::the de. rcl.'ed, value. of :exports -of 690,0001. fo?;- the .month, -.and,: ai decrease' of, 8,451,0001. 'for " the eleven :month, as, compared-, with the same: period' of. 1857. r. The.shipping returns show a slight.: ?decrease :,in vessels , in .the foreign -tradei principally outward. The communication -between Eng-. land: and ;Geimany. by means of the submoarine cable to. Embdi~n has now. been fairly established, :and: messages both to and from England have been. correctly transmitted. This telegraph, which. .has, cost.. it-: is.- said, 200,000 , thalers, - is - expected : to. be open for the service~:f the" public. about ithe. beginning of the year; and, as ;the: estimate is that 40,0000messages7 will be sent annually by that-~route, the profit is likely; if,? that. prospect be realised, to be-considerahele. , The American packet :ship- Isaac Wright, of 1,400. tns bi?rthen....

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ITALY. Turin, December 21. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 26 March 1859

S:I AIA Y "::: J. .: ,:' Turin, .December 21.: •Information of: unpleasant. occur-. rences, significant, of the alarmiing, dis content there. prevailing, continues. to. reach us from Lombardy., Ai .Payia there-is a great. fermentation among,. the'students, and a .professor of veter inerary science was stabbed to death in that town. towards the: end .of .last week. The only '.plaisible .ausea.'l leged for the crime ". i, . that he .was suspected by the -students of tleing a spy. On the .walls in. th town. are seen various seditious inscriptions. - At Genoa a policeman has been ar rested oil suispicion' of liaving inflicted in the distuilbance of the 10th istant,. the woiind from whichlian iinfortuniiate. iiisdn' "after~vailds died. Only- one 6ther personi received 'injury in 'the. scuiffle in qui'e tion; and that other: i as buf selightly hurt.=Time'is Correpon. dent. . .........TURKFY; .,Letters; from' Pera, report" that d the Grand IVizier refused to carry .out 'the reforms:'promis...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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DENILIQUIN. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 26 March 1859

DENILIQUIN. (POx nOUR OWN, cOBRaItPONDENT.] STIcKINO UP A SToRE.-Onr usually quiet township was thrown into a great state of excitement on the eveting 'of the 17th, on hearing the report.that the store. of Messrs. Marshall "and Wairing was iobbed, under the following circumstances:-About 7 o'clock in the evening, two nihn entered the stoue, and in a busitess like way, purchased articles of elthine to the amount of £7; when. about to pay, one ol the men asked Mr. Warrine (who, served him), whether he could change a £50 iheque? Mr. Warring said he did nit thirk hle coutld;. upon which he pulled .a re viser from his pocket, and leaning across she counter, presented it at Mr. Warring, saying, "hold ?our noise, you h---r! if you speak, I will shoot Son!" The other man then went round the counter and tied his hinds. While this was going on, a man in the employ of Mr. Warring, named Rundell, came into the .next roltn, and one of the robbers hearing him, wentt tound to him and p?.evnted a p...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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PORTUGAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 26 March 1859

A lette'i froi h LisbQtii says athat i Oppositiln deputy;1\l. Barros, hiving iroved in the Chambier for all :-,the 'documents relative: to 'the Cliharles Georges question, the Governmenrt had declared that there. ere spiee \yhich it was not expedient to publih~h: ii con sequen'ce of this; the Opistiit'o Press des b'een full of inirecdtiive' agaignst the' Government for being,as it' gaia;'aij t ' ing. in patriotism and energy. 'The municipality of. Lisbon has resigned, "ii..coiinsequence of some misiiiiderstanid ing with the: Ministers about an ýHtleged inpossibility of raising' funids suffici ,ent for the public .works which "are to be undertaken. Tley had in a petition to thle King "comiplaiiied: that the Minister? had' not :only iie lectedt " their remonstrances, bit had :nt treated' them wvith proper resp'ect: -Express.

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DENILIQUIN AND ECHUCA ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 26 March 1859

DENILIQUIN AND ?ECHUCA ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. F.Ohna is sitalted on the River Murray. 150 miles from Melboturne ; and DBeiliquin is on'the River Edwards, 48 miles. from the Murray. These two places are connected by a line o' telegraph, just completed by private enter prie ; there ate about 20 shareholders, and the whole line cost sbone £35.000. The line pierces a pastoral country, from which the cattle dealers of Victoria draw the largest portiun of their fat stock, it being estimatedl that, about one million's worth of stock paoses anutally through.Deuiliquiu for' the Victoria markets. A good deal of correspondence has taken place between the Directors of the above Company anti the. Vicorian Goverment, aitd between the latter and the Goveinment or New South Wales in referenre to the line,; it is iought to cofnn'eet the line with the Mel honrnne and Echuaes line at Echuoes, for which purpose and to give .every. nformation to the Governiment of Victoria, the untles. signed has di.ne him...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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FRANCE. The Times Paris corr[?] [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 26 March 1859

P fi, b ýkfi.1'h ;:ýes Pai is ,cr~rri, ...; i~(l tJ L it& 'Comnirercr enti is miakin rteadvpror TrnT,+. wilhiacire:rn with ;:-x Ic'atital bcv 60 l X)lQOQfranoa, o€ hi e!4COlK a, rseriwl n1ý t iorfc m fcAii iduiipt lThe pr eW dent to be" nsined Iv h rte . Iiub tn1 ave tbhv hje 9fkto . It ~ hasp A e wiJ the Cýr itt ý 1T"L rTA RFA 'AS The Moniteur of Thursdajr'4i 6 s brief resume of the appeal of Connt Moritalambert to' the Cout' Imperiale a"ainst the ijudgment- of ,the,;l'rib~unal of Correctionil .:Police.: It; dismisses the proceedings ini 15 lines.: including the inames of the counsel; for the defence,. and the causer of i the. appeal, and" then adds the;formal fnding: of the Court (upwards of a columnn of verbiage), the last .passages. of: which run thus: : '" Considering that 'he is acquittedron one' of the offences charged, it. becomes proper to 'reduce the :penalty.':pro n'unced; against Count de -Montalam bert " The Coudrt: has dismissed and, does dismiss the appeal: :-...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 26 March 1859

Lkocal *utelligence. TaR BUCKINORAM FAMILY.--On Saturday evening Mr. G. H. Buckingham had a com plimentary benefit. Tho' house was .crowded and everything passed off well. The perform-. ance was,. as usual, good., On Monday even ing the 'Buckingham' Family, gave a free concert, it being their last appearance' pre. vious to their departure for Albury, Yass, and other places. The room was crowded to excess, and the Family performed in their usual style. Everything passed off pleasantly, with the'exception of the, atteniit td: get up a demonstration against ia gentleman of the town This attempt, we. underitand' was in staritly suppressed by Mr. Bitckingh~im, who did everything in his power to preserve order. On the audience leaving'the room, the 'same disgraceful scene was enacted, and was kept up for about half an hour. '.We think that such demonstrations iniia communiity like this reflect great. discredit upon all parties.con cerned. Mr. Buckingham and his family left for Albury on W...

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GREECE [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 26 March 1859

q; i .· or? eo'"lauia th:nt te Greek' ' et h~nc't n 1,niuatifishlvi takten qn} of "'` h'nnds of; the<Chtinmher thed iscus ., ~nomict ýfifrnarueml -:tentions; hy 'the -ýýal 8nc1G i a commisqion of finaence, F~r LPs 'lýotr,). ;hý' eher qof,, winch. r(say brtirtze1ienee',:: reqlu1te special

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