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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 November 1858

IMPOUNDINGS. (1romn the Go'lernmcnt Ga.itte, OctoberC 19j GUND.OAI.---On the llt)r diay of October, from Jones's (rcek, by Mt. Hiorsley:---One brown mare, star, likm It o B Inoear shoulder, broken in, aged, aboot lt hsnds high.. If not released within 24 days froml date of pitbh lication, willl b sold. P. RYAN, Pound keeper. (F-romt fh O terinnc it Gooetto, October" 22.) 9ourix G(OilGAis-,-.-I " Iho"' 16th day of October, from Mr. P. Stuckoy's run, Willie plomer,; damages 8s. 7d. per [head: One broWix horse, st~r iji forehead, large snip oe soie," Mn'ynear shouilder, 3: shoes on, saddllt nmarklcd, aged,- 16 hands high; brown mare, star in .forehoadc,-.-Aover.V ,near shoulder, aged; 15 hahda high; .brown horse fia1, dot in forehead,' unbrande.; grey horse, bell on neck, saddle nmarkcd J over .o near shoulder, G years old, 15. hands high; grey imare, anip on nose, like PC or G near shoulder, 4 years old, 14 hands high. If not released will be sold accbrding to Impounding Act. J.- B. T...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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A MELBOURNE INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 November 1858

A MELoouRNP. INSOLVENT.-The Age says: A solicitor applied fori a~post ponermen;t iiin an insolvent estate, in which some ..of.: the friends of the insolvent in order to save his cliharac ter,: have' made an offer to pay off the liabilities. His Honor remarked diji on the generosity of the offer, and asked if the insolvent was in atten dance? The answer was ." No; your Honor, he is unfortunately in gaol' His Honor: But' how is that? The manhas filed hidasehedule, and 'shoiild now be set at liberty. 'Solicitor: The fact is, your.Honor, he is on the roads. His Hanor: Oh,! In that case--; But for what-cause i he on'the roads'? -nA Bye-stander: Fori assault and rolbry, . your -. Honor.. He is now doing -four years. His Honor: and this offer is madi to save his character ! I have no, dout?, tlihe creditors. wilr gladr accept rany offer the valued friends may be disposed to make. I close this meeting. A solicitor: It appears, your Honor, that thlis estate was thrown into the court iix orde...

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THE INDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 November 1858

TR'INDIGO.-ACCountB ftom the nc,~"rush contihus fanvourabe,.l ~, new I9ads of: diit yet washed having turned out':most'satisfactorily. Judgihig from the prospects obtained in the various claiins; it is: computed that the hole'e now bottomed.on the lead will yibr?? an amount of: the precious metal equs to something like £100,000. Diggers. from the lower gold fields are: begib ning to arrive in large numlbere, and sl~d the present bright prospects. citdlue, the Melbourne hotel-keepcrs: who advertised "a sandwich with glass: of ale and.mapof. Port Curtis for, one shilling," will have. to change their tune and procure.maap..of the Indigo. -Zo:der Post,. "

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CHURCH RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 November 1858

CHURCH RATES. -(iAbidecd from The Ti;ncs.) The IHoIduse of Lords, made u' as it is of ~Eiglislh 'gentleinen of the most respectable class, has a foible very common with "good old English gen tlemain' of the olden time; This per sonage, so fatniliar to song and to s!tory, is vet'y apt to do .things by con tiraries. • If he flung away ten thousand pou!nds yesterday, he will save half-a crown to-da"'; and if yesterday he sent a man to, prison for taking a short cut ov'er 'hiJsdomain, he gave notice to a tennant for'marrying a Dissenter, to diy he takens a' charitable construction of a murdel'; and gives a piece of land' for the. build'i'ng of a meeting house. In fact, hlie it a man of the strongest moral and rclegious convictions; but the convictions come by turns, the one ruling convictfon being that it is bettei . not to be too good, or too liberal, dr toio anything,. On Thursday the HIouse of Loids gave up the long cherished principle, if it can be so callhd, of celuding the Jews fr...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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MORE GOLD DISCOVERIES. AN AURIFEROUS REEP EIGHT MILES FROM YASS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 November 1858

MO' EE GOLIY IlTSCOVERIlE'S A( AtiuriFnoE tiO EIGU , an oT MILXs PFROM YASS. )ik Thursday afterhoon,- we were shown two very fine speniincns of gold-bearing quartz ---one: pclked of the surface of the: ground,- the other from tnhe main reef, after sinking about five feet, rThe discoverer is a' hard working nman nanid' Druitt,. whose atlintetcnt we hmav no rbsbri tfo doubt, -ihd " ho lives'nat'Matlton's Cr'eek, close to?- which pl'ace the specimens wr4 proctured. It has long been supposed that tlhis ridge, of quartz would-prove aumriferobus, and thie announcement of the 'dis?bviety hits caused sobirti-consid erabtle exct'ceineh6 in Yas. 'i'e" reef is suppOsed to extend f i r -ays: i Orta?.,Wp ,{?,t-riLct, m esnfinming in. k:i& t~i v Iirttiun. · ?bhrsrli M s-n across M~r *..'e s .4,, .Atid near Thsrt't A At -& Druitt aireward of £100, should the place ciuhh up to the :epectations formed ofii; and a nuniber of per sons eaneC Yass this-morhing to exam in thel phee, and s...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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INDIA. (Times, August 4.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 November 1858

(·Timen 'Augu~st 4.)'y It ls a renarkable feature in the~last intelligence from' India that even the achievnent of two': decided victories Nould not constitute its principal imr fbrtance. Nothing could be more brilliant or gratifying than the-final exploit by which Sir Hugh Rose 'svned histriumphant march through Central' Ihdia-nothing more complete thain the defeat inflicted by Sir IHope Grant on-the'main body of the Oude insurgents;* but annoUincetneits. are now made of events: nipre.' sigiiificant 'stilli The rebels ale'gingi?g-upil'their own leader tii'the Bi'iti8h;:ot 'tetiiinig their arms agailit edch 'othdi,'.in the hope of seeirifl';at' thd cldvcnth'hbir, some fa'rourable' considematioii at the hands ofP the 'cnqucrers.' Inw Gonuck "re, on the eterncmborders': of Oude, o'..~ers were'made tb the British Com missi6ner for the surrender of a noto rious ringleader on certain chtlitions; and the proposal, we arc told, came from sepoys and mutineers. On the opposite side of Oude o...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 November 1858

IMPOl'rANT TO TIHE PUBLIC. .::'. A. TOMPSON & COMPANY, .. ":_:aving marked ft' a large portion of their. S.L immnnse stok of recently arrived Summer Goods, and other aelections, respect iully invite attention thereto. They have no hlsitation in saying that such a stock of suit -ble (oods was never before opened in Wagga WaVgga, and for tastefulness, variety, gen . ilit.y of styles, and real usefulness, is not to be .uwpnssed out of Sydney. It is intpoayblc to particularize closely, but , a.uongst the goods will be found, Ladies' and Children's Clothing, OF BYPtRY DEa-WIPTrION, OP FII(sT QUALITY, AND ENTIRBLY NEW PATTERNSN having been unpacked from the ship, in Sep t.'nhr. nnd'loridcd direct for Wagga Wagga. 'she public must judge for itself by inspection. ' 'Lnere is aLso .a heavy and varied stock of iGENTLEMEN'S -ith a bcauzfiol asdortment of Ladies' Chil drens,' and CENTLEMEN'S HATS, OF EVEIRY DESCRIPTION. Amongst the miscellaneous goods will be f.uld numerous articles qui...

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RIVER NAVIGATION IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 November 1858

RTVERt NAV IGATION IN AUSTRAIiA. flrcn nrd viried as are the gifts 'vith whibi /'Austdial h'l becen 1I essed .b an ll boinitiful Pirovidence, like cvery bolier, this faii- Southern rOsco lias its theoii. 'Ieiougli its cli~natc is suffij 'i nt'ly imthpa'cte <i 'somegrs)..jajii - h Fi~d' fal1 Ehrepean plntg 'md vp un in otlhis is calcul'ited to brinle to pet fhttian t!le liuscious flrint and' gorgeous fibCera of tropic l cimes, though its- corn-fiel(1s w'e with the. lioeestend nidost aliundhntly 'l icl1d g crbopsof cerials and its .nvisprds teemi wuh i pos, 141ldeli horo the q'inlitip Illd fin poonl to supplinit 'the long f'rpti ouE pirddietnos of 1'vance and' Sp'nin ttou'4li every 'deacrfptlon of -nibeald it to lie found 'ithin its shores kind the most: pieclous of iiidnietals ini anctiqtihuntitifes as to ouithtri ip ttwiilest visiois. of the 4lcliheinists offl~ neot ws itlisthindin'R allithese and' minui mi 0 1 lessings xthibich il etnos, tlhere i1 still, so fmiu ams Aust...

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POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 November 1858

POQ?COE COU.RT. -o-- SATURDva av; Nov nRa 6, 1858. (flefore the Police MagistratP:)' UssovN n if?sn.---Thomas Williams, brought ulip on remand from Wedncesdav last, was discharged. there lcing no finrtlier cvio. dence against him. UsI.Jrn .nr, ' CRIurE.---Tohn' Ice" and' Matthlcw ilkihson, ipprelicnded'on thle al;nove charge, 'were brouglit up fo?r examinatibn The complainant this c?ase, famems: rim. notanpearing, the prisoners were iemanded till Monday, aid a wai'rant issied' to secure the attendance of Gimn. oxio.'na, SovEEsMi,r 8. DRusirNeNNEss An On.scN, .TANriUAG...-- Jame.s Lynch pleaded .guilty to the abnoora chare, and this hCeing his first offence, .swas fined 40s. or 48.l oinrd in the cells Charles Tfoffir pleaded icuilty to being drunk on Saturday, i ias fineId 20s. or 48 hours in the cells. UjNN4TI r.iT CaicF h.---iO'F h e annd Matthiew Vilkinson. reimandil froni Saturday: were brought, up fur fibrher ecxamination. The evIdence in tih above case is unfit for iul;lincatio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 November 1858

; ANTI 'D T'wo Mon t. Spli ~-nnd Fence. • ?]IY y-,lv to 'T'. -]BYIRNF?. Axr\NT11), T;iv Sttytiv 'id1 (Confllpctan t tY Mc[n t" b;litil'' a Punt, onposite the Sauitfcrs IlTtcl. The oit??itdi l Willbe foind. fir. TIOMAS F OX, . .. . Squatters' Hotel, Wyagga Wagga, November 6th. W. H. KENT, AUCTIONEER AND ADELONGC DICCINCS. J iOST. A-YELLOW ~ir~WBERRiY lLEIFEI( branhded ED con : d near rump.. A io ward obf'`1iwill lie ertforctic ry'of the sanme to J. f.Me.ares, Ppundlte~3cr. ' -? ELIZABETH IfAVIS, Ncovembe'r13, 1858. . ' ?OS'T OR. STOtEN,. A CIESNUT MARE, branded CDB near Sshoulder, bald faeo; also a brown filly foal, about 3 weeks old.. A rewardof£2 will be given for the delivery- of the same to Mr. CHIAPLAIN' S Hotel; Waggna Wagga. £3 RIEWARP) IF STOLEN. STOLEN or strayed, one Bay IHore, ;black J WE ' ' SJ points, branded WE near. shoulder, SJ. off shoulder, about 16 hands high, saddle marked, bred by S. Taylor, of Yass. " £3 .given if strayed. t JAS. STOKES, HIIulong.- :J5 RJWARD.. ...

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NORTH WAGGA WAGGA RACES FOR 1859. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 November 1858

Noinru WAOac. WAGCA TlACRi.FOiln 1869. ---'Tlie albove races are in native progress, and the tvwnsfolk of Nortli Weggna ~Vgga are determinied to vi6 wi?l othler townships in promoting ithiq most noblL sport. "Tho people will once more hinve an opportunity of wit ne~siing another New Year and' its sports at theii own door9s; Good pifies arecanticipated; anl! it will pinv the onwners of stilds to.tompete with the'North .-Wngga Wgga horses. Itlis expected a . good collection from all partasof t'he cobuiitry will be on-the turf. A full pro-. gramtie willa~ipeearnin a future iss~', :

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THIRD DAY.—THURSDAY. FIRST RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 November 1858

"".. * THIRD DAY.---TIWRSDAY. FIRST RACE. ;The ? inndagsi Town Plate of £G0, with a sw'eeipsake of 5 sovs. each andded; for all horses; weight for age. The sccond horse to re~tive the sweeps; heats i twfcie roundm the course. SECOND RACE. The Trial Stakes of-£26, for all two year old horses; colts to carry lst. 71bs.; fillies f't. 4l.4. ; one' inile; heats. Mr. Tindlev's e.g. Reefer. . . . .1 1 Mr.\Whiteks 1.g. To~i Duni . . . (fell) 2 hMr. Boon's br.f. Lady Bas~?siine . ... dr. The Consolation Stakes of £20, for all beaten horses, that have not been distanced during the meeting. To ha handicapped, by the stewards, or by whom 'they may appoint; heats; once round the course. SOnly one horse' entered, and he was por mitted to wallhi over the course, the stewardih retaining the prize until the opinion of Bell's Life is obtained as to whether one entrance for a consolhtion stakes is sufficient to consti tute a race. And so passed our mannual races for1858.

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THE FIRE DOG BOB. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 November 1858

.1 in. ThrIn DDoG IHki.-mniong'st the numerous sufferers .v the late 'awful expIp~oioh in the W estiiinister i Road, Was a little girlyS o~ the nme of Willianms, adaugl'h' ter f af n profcssor of Astrorinomy, resieiing in the samke road. The circlumstances attending the dis covery of the body .of thei unfortunate child. ar?,aomneh:lmt riemarkable, and are iworth recordin.i.'' From the com menciinent,. ot: the. explosions in MiLadiln'cCdtiti s;fiactbry it was well knovih n ethia th io"infortanate gii Ihad not tibeen seC n c~fi ; e, bit it iwas conjec tured that she .migiht have-taken refuige in the house of tfiliendI: Mr:IIender son, the chif ?officir!bf t?6ft j secton otif thie fliricl.,'de vwas? ap~ped t'o, and both liho md theiuei ein der'ire made an· cvuiniatioii f dthe ruins of Mr. Gibson's piemises, hlut there be ng so little dlebris in the placc, it was their belieftli? no one w;as: uider the rihs, :Sut el:'ecid'iay 'iftiernoon" the fire dog " Bobi; ?Lbei,?ing 'to Mr. Henderso...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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SYDNEY. November 9, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 November 1858

' SYDNEY. [ruiio.s osns ow.v'e a'5ES ONENT.] 1%ovemube r 9, 1858; The lhst ?-ck'tertoin?ted with a political sufprise. It was gcerially e.tpeefed that the Council's amendments it thle Elect'oral Bill would have b?en accptcd by the Assnembly, instead of which the Government rejeccted the ft5 fislden'targ claus, tihe Savings'~hn?"and sSalar, Qualifications.. Should' tile Council throw the Bill out, 'Ir. Cowpcr will of course dissolve the Parlinment. A rumour prevails that the passage of the Bill will be rendered seceire.by:the creationi of abateih of M.L.C's. Iunsiu 'e'ent'the l'conflict betwCbi tlhed two :houses will, if carried to extremities, be of ,serious detriment to the country. A grand lbItle was fought on Friday night tietween tle A"ttoi:n~c-Goe?crIal and Mr: Donahlsen, or th1 subfjet of certeaiu returni whiaib the (libiilh Assigiice liad~ been~ ordered to nmaie for, tlie House. Tle altercation lasted'some two houri., whenl "nnparliamen tasl language" was indulged in with an ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. (To the Editor of the Wagga Wagga Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 November 1858

ORIGINAI LEORRESPONDENCE l)ECkAH j INSTITUTE. (To the Editroit f e Wbg94 Wagga Exprcso.j Sut---Feeling ,.eeed-ssity of some relaxa. tion after the hours of liesiness in a township like Wagga Wagga, I am induced through the medium of youtr journtal to propose the estab. lishment of a lMechanics' Institution. There is nothing in my opinion calculated to pro mote the interests of a rising townslip, lme prove the morals, cultivate the abiliti-s i,7 much as an institution like the above named. not only would the immediate residents of the township derive a lasting benefit from it, but. those residing in the neighbourhood would esnjoy (wvith a Library attached), advantages not now to be obtained. Should any of your readers feel inclined to profit by these sulggestions I shall be happy to unite with them in endeavouring to carry out so desirablo an object. " am, Sir, A WELTI'TIlSHER TO TIE MORAL . IMPRO(VElENT OF THE TOWN. - SHIP. ' fusggal'agga, Novemsber 10, 1868...e

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ANOTHER CHINESE VERDICT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 November 1858

A.:oi. r Oimsa n IiE !UtDICT jxtryatdecietatleiaquwe was empanelled on Monday sce'night at -Beechworth on the trial of two Chinamcn, --who were charged' iwith stealing certain pennyweights of gold from the tails race of a party slucing on Nine Mile. Mr. Keefer, the counsel for the pnrisioners, appears to have: followved the cxuample of Mr. M'Don6gh, of Ciistle maine, in availing hiimself of the techu nical provisions of fthllel I! on heha if of his client,- Afi'er:the cal'? fd;booieesn brought on, ,ome delay arose beforb six Chinaineth could bhe fouiit to tike their places with the six Enuopeans in the jury boi, 'Ihe' fieqisite numbeix wereet* I?tltgtl .pirbocuredl and th six Miongolians werd duly sworn thlrouigh the agency ofcaiidlc Frlft Consteitu- tion reports the result .as follibws: "The sixanllhiond-exedl .'guntremen of the jury'l Isid their: htids "togethlc , evidently to consult on. th" merits df the case, alli;lg fortlh; ' suggestioon ,from his fY-onoi, wuhich wjhs conveyed...

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GUNDAGAI. November 3, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 November 1858

4. GUYDAGA. . -s [iroM otr. ow. eOncrRsP0NiEsT.3 November 3,' 1858. The Electric Telegraph is now in fall ope ration between this town, Mclbouric, and Adelaide. The. first message was received fiom Adelhidb direct vesterday morning. News canniow b'eo transmitted by this means to Sydhene, Allmuy, or thie adjacent colbnies iil a very short time. Tile Gundagal races passed' of very' well; plenty of fair equcatribns were on 'tlhe' course watching the progress of"tlheraces. Theleo ple of Gundggai arem ditermihed'to establisli a School of Arits and Lilrary'; it is certainly very much wanted, and' wil' d6ubtlcss lie a step toward. removiing the illifeelifhg tlhat exi.t.s is thi town. Ofidlf towns that I have ever resided in this is certainly" one of'the most unsociable; constant broils and annoy ances between neighbours. There is now a movement afloat to get the Post Office removed to a private house, and I certainly must say I think it a most judicious movement. 'i'he fact of a public off...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 November 1858

1NL INTELrLIGENOE: STcAME.R "ALBURY."---WeC would call the attention of our readers to the advertisement of Captain Cadell, in another column of our paper, of the cargo of the above steamer, which-is expected to arrive here in the early part of next week. AccmlENrT.---÷e rreget to irmR that a serious accident occurred to Mr. Walter Darrall, lorse deiler, of North'Wagga Wagga, on Monday last. It appears that while driving some. lorses into the town he in. cautiously approached too near to one of the horses, w'hen the animal viciously lashed out striking Mfr. Darrall on the left leg, which was seriously injured. After having received every attentin at the "Ferry HIotel," he was removed into the hospital, where, from enquiries made this morning, we are glad to learn he is progressing favourably. Wrp. learn from a liable source' that the Squatters' Hotel is about to change hands, MTr. Thomas lox, the present proprietor re tiring from business, and Mr.. James Call well, in the employ of ...

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SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 November 1858

SUBAnRINE TELeiGYiAPIi.-Tlhe sub: ject of uniting NeuW Zealand with Australia, by a submerine telegraph cable, has been mooted, and its pricti cability has been reported. upon by Mr. McGowan, superintendent of thei of the:telegraphic department in Vic thriai. a Welllington irr recognised as the most convenlient point for commnu nicatin'g with New Zealand. The .?4.ot is estimatedat £>180,000.. Sup 'sq the Panam rouite estabinnhiEd 4* 1ri' ation of a trelgraiphi to New $e : makitis rNable neews to be transmitted to Amstralia ai eek in' ad vance of thl m'ril -Freeman'a?, ,ouri~Ili A singuli'tafiuir has.just o0cnurred at Mariuello, near Coucy, Aisne France. A Farmer named C imbrai havin, noticied that'robbetibs were cmminitt'e in one of his fields. which had just ebn,? aii ed, set a few nights ago,: hi. soh,- a' young man, to watcli, aiid the' lattei' irned himself with a gun. In tho:night, young anmbrai:: stW a man o~f;o . ' the' fekl!and! collect ihnidful's of wheat front' ldiffern...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SECOND DAY.---WEDNESDAY. FIRST RAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 13 November 1858

keLoND DlA.--Y-Wr NE5OA S FI'RST RAIE. "":: . 'lhe hlurdlo Itace of £25, for eli horses; w-eight for age~ three times round the course, over 9 leaps, 3 febt 6 inche. high. Mr. Bray's g~g. Wili.Dayroll . . . 1 fp r..I igrGan's hr.g. Prnhoe .;. . : 2 RCCOND LACI. The selling stakes of .25, for all horse; weight for age. Tlhe winner or any other horse starting in this race, to bl sohl lby auc: tion at the entered' prito; ans, slrplus to go to.the funds. IFeiteredl.at £20 allowed 7b.; at £15, 14lb.; heata;" oneo round the course. Mr. White's b.g. Minto, ageod" . . . 1l Mr. Carrera's b.g. Eliefticity, aged . . 2 4 Mr. Keighran's h.g. Whis?et', aged . . 5 2 Mr: Andrew's b.gj Whisker, aged . . 3 3 Mr. Buffery's br.g. Dr. Jenner, aged 4 5: 'rhcxre were three competitors for this race, which was won by Mr. Hlaye's bay mare. A couple of Iiur~ry Scurry races Were got up, Mr. Cain's br.g. Samlson winning one, "and Mr. Carberry's e.ml: Lily Dale the other. .

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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