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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 16 April 1859

NU2ICJE 2'0 3'U'C IUIERS. All R dt to mr, i Editor and '? " o4t oi. A.p"ess, are respectfully reqwusted to pay the amount of their respect ire accounts to Mr. GEORGE FORSYTH only, solsse receipt will be a sujicient disoharge for the sase. - J" T. BROWNV. Express Ojice, April 9th, 1859. MELBOURNE. " ESSRS. GOODON AND GOTCHI, o109 I Collins-street, west, are appointed .-Agents for the Waooa WAooa Exvat.ss in Melbthourne, and are authorised to receive Ssubscribers names, advertisements, &e. BALRANALD. -5 1,[ERSRS. SPARKES, CHAMSIE, AND JVI CO. are appointed Agents for the WAGGA WAOGGA EXPRESS at Balranald, and ar&, authorised to receive subscribers' names, advertisements, and orders for Job Printing, &e. TO CORRESPONDENTS. Correspondents in all parts of the Southern Districts are informed that we shall at all times, be happy to receive from them accounts of such local events as may be deemed worthy of notice in their different neighbour hoods; indeed, such eommn...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 16 April 1859

THE WACCA WACQA EXPRESS, AND GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, SOUTr WAAOO WAooA. mHE PROPRIETOR begs to inform the Inhabitants of Wagga Wagga and of e District in general, that his Office is now replete with the most Modern Type the Sydney Markets can furnish, combining all sorts of Plain and Ornamental Type, Borders, Ornaments, &c., together with every facility required to meet the demands of the present day. 'lie hopes, with moderate charges, to secure a fair share of public patronage, pledg ing himself to spare neither expense nor exertion to give satisfaction. Plain and Ornamental Printing, 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 riant's, Auctioneers, and Tradesmen's Busi ness Circulars and Bill Headings, neatly dis played. Druggist's and other Labels, plain or fancy. Catalogues at a short notice. Pamphlets, Club Articles, a...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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THE PAST AND THE COMING SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 16 April 1859

THE PAST AND TH?E CUOMING SES SIONS. THxu Long Parliament has at length expired: not by a violent and pre mature death, nor from any exhaus tion of its pugnacious spirit and ver bose vivacity, but by the operation of a judicious law, which, in considerate compassion to ghe members, had wisely assigned a limit'to its duration. Had the termination of its labours depended upon the will of the Legislature, under the influence of those excited feelings which it has lately manifested, its dissolution, we fear, had still been a distant and doubtful event. Aedet, eternnmpte sedebit, would appear to have been the cherished hope of those doughty and defiant leaders, whose Tu quoque taunts and piquant personalities have redeemed its later deliberations from the charge of dignified dullness, and imparted to its closing struggles a liveliness and a variety which form our sole com pensation for the paltriness of their aims, and the misfortune of their failure. Happily for the health of all and th...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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THE AMERICAN ELECTIVE SYSTEM [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 16 April 1859

THE AtE~RIlANELETIi( IVJp gSTEMf (From thlic' Tamos) :With: the:. :ballot and' its I perfet; seerosy baffling, corruption; seu ihng· .complete individuil hiidgpendenee and enabling every man " to do his owvn voting,'' such i.wordsr:-as !{briber~r,' hiintimidatioh," ! coeorpioni,: and: i mn-g flueneet ought torbave~ no place in:tlhp accountseof Amieican ,eledtion's , ,But iiiifortundtely those ;terms ( ab?Und i in. 'the vocsbularypf uthe ;:United ,Stiare??s, You iiinnpt.take .upi a jou~inaitfrbm any:part of the. umiion;witliout finding themi'; ithey recurl svent uiore ,fr-. quentl,,ithan -in . ouir partjy iorg?i?ns: becruse,'political' contestse la?e t hthere ?mpre ldfaquent! ·Howa: is it, to:br ex plained <that, evenJ /with -the irballot;, ruuchthirigei-canb:e? di, irl. :i h Verysnaturally,'oh a'little aonsider ation. nrWhqroe the:,.wh6le, systemi of governmiiht: and lIvery br~ieli&of it,, politicild, judibial, riahd ·,admiisistrative, eireryH 6ffice: ind- eropoy~...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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STOCK FARMING ON CLAY SOILS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 16 April 1859

; orn te ,E'cofonomist) YiWe lately dealt 'with that part qof, ,fr..Bond's lecture, upon stockkeeep ing on heavy land, .which poihted Out: the, objections lto existing, practcldes. rirst; the poor system, or fsrining clay land, woithout stock; secondly;::farm.. ing 'it, with coarse, ill-b5redt stock; and. thiridly, farming it' highly, with. ;the aid .of maiiurei producdd hby, bul-: locks purchiased:, and fattenied' with cake and corn. The last .airactice is that of most importance, for it forms the system of. no small' proportion of the best farmers of the Eastern Courn ties.;: '·: The plans which 'comisttittite; imI piovementsi oni;kthat system will na tirally~blie' atleast equal improvements -ipon. the two i other', and iniferior systemse. Let us tirr ,xthen;, i tb' the stock keepinig: Mr. 'Bond prdposes to suibstitute on heavy: land.for;the pre sent. costljry plan{ of 'bullockef'eeding. :He would to:£ great extent:substitute aheep for ibeasts, 'and chiefly a rflock.of blirbeding!...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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LEGAL FACETIAE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 16 April 1859

. LEGAL *FAOETIAE " lS Tliere is nioth g ;'v e imagin more refreshi fit th cloe atm osper e of a erow~el court of ju~ie,' and tohlic tried.i indai df its 'ecupaint, ,that ?he interi lptior of the monotony of': sio long' dulltrisa by a witticisti fio ifthe vi'tne~isbodx : Dnll'faces brighlten ip ; lirs'-dbair vigs, sleepily reeilidc d over tlhe'b"br tlble fare' raised; tlie y.vary juiryiie n fresheii iip;' and the great einmblem :of sobveregrignty,' the jiuidge liitiself,:' condescends" to' eixpand his solemin V isage inttd a wintiy smile. [ii'a ich a case, the counse l'ees in a n'ioidifit that" he" has hit upoi a-littloe vivea of wit, which hle oreddds tdo buiirbw adini mne in every:l directfon, ektiractin thei ofro: that' m tio·tirecius inmaierial '-amuienieit, But a careful nimi rnilst thf'doiiisei afidesaid biih these miiiiig ope tons,' fr scartely a mtifr dangdi'dusi bein exists' than yvour wittyg '?ithn~ss .' A 'nan Whien elevated with the" 'dlplab?se ?,litch:' greets ' '::: go...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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MADAGASCAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 16 April 1859

.I nA B A C.oAS A !. :':(.Fisrnrltlu'41·~s j·rg ns) : ichiig froml. the twelfth to.,the -sixth degree of soith-lttitude sed by ranges of lofty mnountaiis cbnstitute the. sources,,of 'inai ble rivers, its tropical i elimate fied .by its insular. form ?Mada car contains - within:: its ..:;limits iter varieties of, vegetation than obably any other island south of.the iquator, ah4dwe should imagine thpt wE iight lay its: forests unider contri, blution : for; trees,* and shrubs, r:STd flowers; !with Advantage to this eolony, and. that there would be no difitulty in. acclimatising many of the eplants Swhich are indigenopus to thesouthe n :'part of that island. Tri the work.pre viously noticed, Mr.: Ellis describes o ne tiee vwhich would be iinvaluable if extensively planted in Australia, and capabld of flourishing ini a dry soil. ,Thii is: the. Urania speciosa, or trai veller's tiee; resembling:the plantain ''in its general:aspect, and' :impartinig a, degree of almost inconceivable inag n...

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IMPROVEMENT IN CHEESE MAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 16 April 1859

*'IMiPROVEMSENT IN CBHEES:E MA'ING. 'Evety' person, Who ,contributes' to the elicitation of our resources'nmay be. justly considered af benefactor; tothe colony, anddin proportion to his sue cessful exertions in this respect'is the amount of-credit due to .him. : It'is w'ell known that Mr'r Cooker of Sorell hase for Tm'aiy' years 'been rendowned· for the excellence of his cheese; his brand: being '.A I in the'mnarket. , Unlike the xnajority ;of our, 'settletrs; ;Mr b Crbclker was not satisfied with having achieved: xcellence in theni manufacture of a particular article,: but was desirous jo.f effeotinhg a -stillfurthler improvement: in the \product of:'the dairy;. actiqg, thefore, on. the suggestion of a friend, when lie was in England he acquired nformation'. asfo i the manufacture of the Cheddar.loaf' cheese; a 'choice ar tidle iat .hbine and iin shape. somewhat similar to the Stilton,:;and of. a size. wall adapted to *private families, iin 'this-advehiture Mr Orocker has so far s...

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NEW APPLICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 16 April 1859

New APPLICATIONS. 1 James Flood, junr., Narandra on Balran aid-road. 2 Reuben Hannam, Curriwarrenea, on ditto ditto 3 Thomas Turver, Fitamaurice-atreet, South Wagga Wagga.

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Original Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Wagga Wagga Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 16 April 1859

Originat Q4taoeeponbence. -o- (To the Editor of the agga WPagga Express.) Sin--In one of your January numbers there appeared an advertisement that the Rev. R. WV. Young was to offilciatp at Gillenbar.on the Sunday following, arid'more recently,' a~ithcr that he was to officiate at the same:j.laee. This announcement afforded me much..p!ea sure, and I looked upon it as an earnest that, he would in time to come pay similIar visits to different localities in his distrit?" Utpwards of a month has passed since the lattor of theseS appeared, and yet I hiive heard of no similar appointment. That rev. gentleman has now been considerably more than twelve months clergyman of this district, and I am aware that upon many stations.within an easy day's ride of Wagga Wagga he has neverbeen seen. I consider it to be the duty of'a clereymai \'i situated as Mr. Youing is, not to confine his .r ministrations Sunday after Sunday to onq- particular place, but to hold service-at different places where a c...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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RETURNING OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 16 April 1859

RETURNING OFICERns.-The following gen tlemen have been appointed Returning Ofil cers, under the new Electoral Act, for the die tricts named:-Joseph James Phelps, Esq., Balranald; Elliott Heriott, Esq., the Hume; Thomas Coutts Morrison, Esq., the Murray; John Gordon, Efsq., the Murrumbidgee; John Archer Broughton, Esq., the Tumut. A CANDIDATE FOi ALBmUY -- We notice amon. the advertisements in a late Morniug Herald, a requisition from a number ~,f Albury electors, to a Mr. Morris Ahbe; toe come for ward as a candidate for the representation of that town, in the impending'election. What may be the claims of this individual, to such a distinction, we do not presume to enquire: but assuredly if his fitnessfor so honiur. able an office as that of an ~M.L.A is to be determined by his literary accomplishments, our friends of the Federal city, must regard his answer to their invitation, rather as the proof of his willingness and ambition to serve them, than an evidence of his capacity, or a...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 16 April 1859

DEATH. At Honeysuckle Point, on the 22nd instant Elizabeth, the youngest daughter of Mr James Maker, and grand-daughter of Mr. Joseph Wagden, saddler, aged 8 months. THE Wagga Wagga Express. SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1859.

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SYDNEY MUSIC HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 16 April 1859

SYDNEY MUSIC HALL.-We under- stand that measures are in course of initiation for the supply of a very great want felt by all classes in the metro- polis of Sydney-namely, a capacious music hall. It is proposed, we under- stand, to form a company to erect a building capable of holding 2000 per-   sons, exclusive of the space required blazing. You see the trail of the       flame extending into the interior until it grows faint and thin along the the hill- tops, as though a wounded deer had moved, bleeding upon road. Nearer, however, the sight is grand and awful, and hints of the Final Apocalypse when the stars shall fall like these       charred branches that drop with a tremendous crash and scatter a cloud of glowing embers around them. No matter where you lived in Sydney, looking from your window across the harbour into a surrounding bush, you   can always see sights like this af...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 16 April 1859

TlIE WONDER QF' iTHE WORLD has -. arrived, and will be on view at BOONIS COMMERCIAL HOTEL WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY, APRIL 20th & 21st THE AUSTRALIAN YOUTH The Anutralian Youth, a native of New South, Wales,the LARGEST BOY IN THE WORLD. Age 10 years and 3 months. Height 5 feet. Wei ht, 18 stone. The original registry of baptism can be seen at Room. The Australian Yoqtlh has been visited since the 9th Augiist, 18,58, b'ii' the first day of his exhibition in the Australian colonies, qp to'tle present time, by upwards of eighty-ifour thousand seven l4uqdied per sons Amongst the nobility whq have visited him, were his Excellency tir Henry IBarkly, uovernor o~ Victoria; the Hon. John O'Shanassy, Chief Secretary; the lion. the Attorney-General, the .Executive Council; tlheii Honors the Judges; and by both I?age.s qf Parliament, and pronounced by all to be qiq( ' if fe ' Sbven Wondeor of' the .orld. . .. The Australian Youth is positively on his fayepwell' tour, prcvioivs to his...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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PUBLICANS' LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 16 April 1859

PUBLICANS' LICENSES. The annual meeting will be held in Wagga Wagga on Tuesday next, the 19th inst. The following applications have been lodged : 1 John Strachan, Kyamba, on Albury road. 2 Charles Buffrey, Tarcutta, ditto ditto. 8 Thomas Fennell, Gillenbar, on Balran ald-road. 4 Isaac Chaplin, Suburbs South Wagga Wagga, on Sydney-road. 5 William Sawyer, Tarcutta, on Albury road. 6 Mary Ann Smith, corner Hopkirk and Garden-streets, North Wagga Wagga. 7 Jonathan Boon, Gurwood-street, South Wagga Wagga. 8 Thomas Byrnes, Fitzmaurice-street, South Waggas Wagga 9 John Fennell, North Wagga Wagga 10 James B. Caldwell, Fitzmaurice street, South Wagga Wagga.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 23 April 1859

W IIER11EAS on the night of, the 24th of Janiiary, 1859,atNorth'bWagga Wagga, a gross and diabolical act of incendiarism was peiyetmted on the promises of ?fr. 'PATRICK FE:NNELL, Sen., whereby property of the Svable of Three Hundred Pounds was des troyed, viz., Two STACKS OF ilAT, ONE BTACK OF OATS, and ONE STACK OF AIRLEY. Now, we, the undersigned, do hereby, sub scribe the amounts set against our respective names, to go to the formation of a fund to be paid to .any person or persons who shall, within the period of six months, give such" information, directl.y or indirectly, as' shall lead to the final conviction of the perpetrator of this detestable offence;. provided: that the incendiary himself he not the ippormer. And we do hereby pledge ourselves to use the necessary measures through the medium of ihe 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, and that the sums hereby subscr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 23 April 1859

9HIALLENGEa J OLIVAR is open to run any horse which raced, at the last Albury meeting, 14 nil.s, one event, on the Wagga Wagga race course, on the 1st day of September, 1859, for two hIundred pounds. All particulars and money at the Commercial Hotel, Wa-ga Wagga.. This challenge is oopx till thu 1st J ly??y; TTIOS. A. FFNNELL. N.B.-Roljn Hlood will run any maiden hhorse, 11 miles, one event, for £200 on the same, date. 'order Post please copy. NOTIC E. --0 THE • ORHIt ' W.AGGA W-AGGA STORE ALL parties indebted to the Uudersigned to whom accounts have been rendered to the end of the year 18, 8, are respectfully requested to settle the same at the the very first convenient opportunity. C. WALL. April 16. TO BE SOLD ON TUESDAY, If not, released before, at 12 o',clock, opposite DMr. FORSt'&rlI'S, the goods and chattels of T. W? RAMSAY, distrained by nke for rent, by ord.:r of SARAH FOX, Landlady. J. Q,'KEEFE, Special Bailiff. AUCTXON. M R. GEORGE FORSYTH will sell by P.UBLIC AUC...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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SYDNEY PRICES CURRENT. STATION PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 23 April 1859

SYDNEY PRICES CURRENT. STATION PRODUOm. WooL.-Icoured ............... lb Is. 9d. to 2s. 44. landuwashcd ...... I, I. Sd. to 19. 9d. Superior Clips ...... , Is. 8d. to 2s. Fair ..... ... ........ , Is. . 4d. to . d. Inferior ............ ,. Is. 2d. to Is. 4d. Greasy ...... ....... Os 8. to Is. Locks, pieces, &c. ... ' d. to Is. Sheepskins full fle. ,, 6d. to D9d. 'Pelts .................... 2d. to 6d. TALLOW.-Mutton ....... ..... cwt Scarce. Beef ..................... ,, 48s. to 501. Station................. ~ 864.'to 4's. HIDs.--Cured and heavy ... each 12s. to I6s. 4d, Inferior . ,s. o Smull and light r" 4 to ' s. HORNS .......................... 00 20s. to 8Is. HIas TAILS ................. ..?I b 3d. to 5d. DURHAM AND IRWIN, Auctloneers ad. Brokers. Australian Produce Auction Matrt, 00, King.Steet.,West. Sydney, 16th April, 1859.

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PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 23 April 1859

PRODUCE CIRCULAR. WooL.-The absence of the Egllish mail (now over due) has caused an unseottlTe'fdoling to exist in the wool market, and' purchasers display an unusual degree of caution in their operatioqs. The parcels sold this 4aiy were rot ofa fit character, but the prices obt?tined'?i.re considered satisfactory. BSasrsKras are in much req.spt, tll-fleeced an4 clean command extremo psITes, owing to tloeir scarcity. TALLOW has advanced fully £0 per ton, the town trade being the only purqhase s qppwarin., and it it is the general feeling ihta' etll? t a'he? advance may be looked for. HIDnE are firm, but without anydisposition to advance. The parcels sold this day were iadll??reWt. Hosns, &c.-Good shipping ptlcels are in demand with an advance in price, also shank bones; two lots of the Atter reps esoj at' g'10s. asid £9 Os. respectively. RESULT OF PRODICR SALES. Dnrham an4 Irwisn report baving sold during the week-Wool, 0, 2 bales of fleee'l?birry), at T171d. B, I bale of l...

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MELBOURNE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 23 April 1859

MEr.BOURNE STQCIC MAItRcET " Fat Cattle.--rhis ina?kllen s I'oAn in a 'very nunsatis factory state. During the early hart of th?d week the supply was all very inferior, and prices below those of store cattle. Subsequently a'few prime quanlity came firward, weich sold at from A7 10s. to ht0 Ito. for bullocks. I : ' . Store Cattle.-A fair demand.for well-bred, stock, and as the weather has apparently broken up, I expect a considerble business in this description to en sue. Fat Sheep.-This market osill over supplied with inferior sheep 'ofist ' qality rather: scarce, a~od brought from 1es. to 20s: for wethers, and and 14s. to 15s. for ewes. store Sheep.-In great domand0 but few lots compara tively offering ; p'ices mnay be quoted 14s. to 16s. for wethers, ewes is lamli, 2s. to 14s. Hlorses.-Good. useful stock both for saddle and harness, much. required, and would bring fair prices; a brisk business has been doing during the week. Stock and Stations.-L have sold two stations on the Murr...

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