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Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 30 April 1859

Wolice (otrt. (Before the Police Magistrato.) Mo.NDvr APner; 25. Thomas Quin1. charged by constable Mon tecith.with shooting dn Sulday, was ordered to pay a fine of £2, or be imprisoned for one week: WiDNE?SDAY, 27. (Before the Police Magistrate and H. N. Loughnan, Esq., J.P.) John Dows appeared to answer to the com plaint of Qua Ho, of refuiing to pay him his wages, amounting to £12 lls. 9d. Mr. Dowe withheld payment in consequtence of the com plainant's refusal to do his duty as shepherd. The Bench otdered Qua Ho to forfeit s. .to his employer and to return immediately to complete his term of service; in the event of Mr. Dowe's refusing to take him back, to rec ceive the sium of £9 and 3d., amount of wages due. By s8me mistake in last week's report, the name of Andrew Cross appeared as having been sentenced to two mnionths' implrisonnient in Goulliurn Gaol. The person so sentenced; was William Barrett. WeVo sincerely re:rot that such anr error shofild have been committed.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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STOCK AND STATION CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 30 April 1859

STOC1?XAND STATION CInRCULAR. GARLAND AND BINGHAM report that this week h vsbecn qult-WW. ve had soveral offers for balloek d.d ered in the Solith, at 90s. to 95. per iead, b t'ti aore u iwtlling to sl! at that; indeed, tuioebks,?.?erocrre, Ond lot of nilxed eges, 0 to 7, we IuoeL' at 75s., delivered thcrc--70s. hes bcon offered refused in several cases. Letters from ood lhority describe the overland route as suffering cvIderablT from want of reed and water. Tos SeP.--Plcnty of buyersa at dvnced rates, :It few for sale. Tle purcehasers from the ritz Roy nisict are clearing' ?be market of all kinds of store steck, and, in consequesce, 12s. has been freely offered for ews fit to breed from this weck; also Is. for soethers, delivered on th, Aurrumbidgee, but refused Is etll cases. IVooL.--Por good clips we find pureblasors at fair rates, but inferior Ore Isot in demand. Tl??oss.,-Thero is an increased demand, and vri satisfactory offers are made for some lnow for sale. Moreton Bay and ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 30 April 1859

,Ucal Ititeligetit e. ---o--- T', WEATHlER.-Like all our dottntry con temporaries we have to congratulate ourselves on the continuance of fine weather. : Summer still lingers with-us, and, though we noticed upon a rare recent occasion of early rising. that John Frost had been making his appear ance, at the moment of writin., the sun is shining almost as warmly and the flies are buzzing as busily as if it were Christmas tide. Stockholders however begin to complain; waterholes require filling up and the grass wants freshening and the wish for a soakin4 rainisthe invariable rejoinder to our remarks on the beauty of the weather. On CHIIF CONSTABLE.-A movement is on foot, we understand, to present Mr. O'Keefe with some tangible token of the esti mnation in which hisservices as an active and valuable public officer, are held by the people of Wagga WVagga. The testimonials accorded to him by Judge Dickinson and the Crown Prosecutor at the late Goulburn Assizes, while highly gratifying to h...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Commercial. MELBOURNE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 30 April 1859

X RNE STOCK MARKET. F?ATr .-A slight improvement may be noted in this slrket, and prices for prime quality liave rtled in a,'anrce of my last quotationls. Tie ntumbher ofgood cattle was not much in excess, and fetched froan £8 to £11 for bullocks, £6 to £8 os. for cows, helirior according to quality. STORr GrrLE.-I love nothing to report in this dcscrpiption, beyond a fair enquiry for well-bred cattle. FAT Suganr.-First quality has been very scantily supplied, the few prime wethers offering fetching readily from 10s. to 21s. each; second quality worth from 15s. to 17s. Cd. each. S?TOR SIEePe are mluch enqnirAed for, aspccially sund breeding owes. Tie number offering, iowever, istomperativoly small, and the prices asked heyotd whatbuyors feel disposed to give. Some mlxedlots hanve found purchasors at 1ls. each, delicred Et ilsidens. Hosens.-This market has been over-supplied during the past week. I have disposed of some useful stock, unbroken, at from £I5 to £17 per head, but weedy h...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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District Intelligence. DENILIQUIN. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 30 April 1859

Z9 i stri et *)ntvfl igenee. DENILIQJIN. . [noM. OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] POLICE COUnT.--A meeting of the justices was held on Tdiesday; the 19th; to ta~ie into consideration the granting of ptiblicans' gene rallicenses, but in conseqluenco of the Police Miagistrdte, Jolmhn Kelly, Esq., not being in attendance the Court was adjourned until the 20th.: On the 20th, bcfore the Police Magis trate, John Phillips, Esq., J.P., and. ,T. C. Morrison, Esq., J.P., G. W. Whipple was charged by the District Constable with allow ing the game of bagatelle to be played in his licensed public house, the Wanderers' Inn, North Deniliquin, on the 8th of April, con trary to law. The Police Magistrate remarked that he had fined John Taylor, the landlord of the Royal IHotel, £10 for the same offence some time ago, and the magistrate who sat with him on that occasion did iot agree with him, and since thenhe (the Volice ?Magistrate) had written to tho.Croin laee officers on the subject. nti. Cutting, solicit...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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("RETORT COURTEOUS.") In Memory Of Sir Alfred Stephen, Knt., [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 30 April 1859

("R~ETORIT COURTEOUS.") In Memory Of Sir Alfrod Stephen, Knt., Who Departee this Life on the 19th August, 1904; at the advanced age of 102 years. He was a Great.atriarch, having had nine sons and nine daughters. e we also, in some respects a good Judge; And perhaps might have been a Great Legislator, if the Assembly had not cut short his efforts, jy voting that the inore a Man kndws of our SLaws, the less he ought to do with them. lie was, however, returned as Leinduber for the Western Distficts, iti'cbfe SFirst Elective Upper House ; And, although he never could induce his Constituents to Prefer Colonial ?Wino to Whiskey, Yet Ie did sqao service, by compelling them to i E - ~etheir Beloved Bathurst Burr. lie was ndise so 'fortunate in all his endeavours; cor, after forty-three years of writing and talking, HIe Left'the iMagistraey no better atquainted with lag than he found them, and he never per suaded One Prisoner to be altogether pleased with his Sentence.. lIe was colebratrted ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 30 April 1859

!~pitoifze· ofC j~~ ~. ASSESS3rENT ON RUNs.- Mr. Robertson stated in the Assembnily a few days before its prorogatidn that; out' of the £112,019 of re venue under thd Increased Assessment Act, only £2,941 remaiied unpaid on the 31st March last, intimating at the same time, that for the collection of this sum, the provisions of the Act would be enforced. It is ru moured that there is an intention still in some quarters, to test the equity of this As sessment; Mr. MIartin has advised that some squatter who has obtained a lease shduld' permit a levy to be made on his stock, and then sue the Colonial Treasurer under whose signature the warrnant would issue. UNEMPLOYED IN SYDNEY -~We notice by the metropolitan papers, that the number ofa: ,unemployed in Sydney, who applied to the Diggers Employment Committee for assistance. in reaehixig the Gold Fields, from the 10th March to the 9th April, was 290. The whole have been forwarded in various portions to the various diggings, or have found ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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A ROLAND FOR AN OLIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 30 April 1859

A I?ROLAND FOR AN? :OLIVER. At the nlate Bathurst Assizes the first of the towlng juX d' es?rit was handed about in rt; th authboiship wvas generally atti; ,d to the Chief Judge and Mr. Dalloy, e seams to have entertaiied the same kon, has paid His Honor back in his own . We quote both from the Bathurst iFrs EPITAPH. S(Smoke Driod) /. WILtLIA BEDE DMLLEY: entlemen distinguished for great Energy, tiotism, and Eloquence, at the Bhr and in Senate. Bt energy, eshausted by constant application ,r--his Patriotism, exhibitc by snoi himself to Foreign prodluctions--an& loquence, at one time fiery, at another yand seductive, under the influence of g or consumed Tobacco, became At length Extinguished! oreghly burned up in the Furnace of his Y uficeture, cmbalsied -by the essential sh'Kh he had substituted for the Vital es, anllbecomc a Receptacle for Snuff only, b?y the Ashes of his own P'ipe, his Pipe -. thoroughly and finally Put out. What remained of him evaporated, At the early ag...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 30 April 1859

**h .l AMES THORItTTRN ?ROWY having transferrid all his interest in the 'Waggya Weagga Express newospaper, Subscribers and Adertisers are reqicsted to pay all amounts in which they may be indebted to this 'journal to the undersigrned, or to GEORGE FORSYIi, ESQ., 7Wagga lWagga. . OWLIR nBOYD PRICIE. jagga Wagga, April 21st, 1859. TIIHE SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1859.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 30 April 1859

THE WACCA WACCA EXPRESS, ANn GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, Sorirr WAOGA WAGoA. T HE PROPRIETOR begs to inform the Inhabitants of Wagga Wagga and of 4s,_ District in general, that his Office is now !eplete with the most Modern Type the Sydney MIarkets can furnish, combining all sorts of Plain and Ornamental Type, Borders, Imrnaments, &e., together with every facility /equired to meet the demands of the present day. He 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 Gents' Address or Business Cards with neatness and elegance. Posters at a few hours notice. Handbills, Business Announcements, Mer chants', Auctioneers', and Tradesmen's Busi ness Circulars and Bill Headings, neatly dis played. Drqggists' and other Labels, plain or fancy. Catalogues at a short notice. Pamphlets, Club Artic...

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THE BILLABONG DAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 30 April 1859

THE BILLABONG DAMS. TuE report of Mr. LOCKHART On the subject of tlhe Billabong dams lias been printed by order of the Legis lative Assembly. While carefully eschewing any reference to the recent misunderstandings amongst the set tlers, its lucid though succinct account of the peculiar circumstances from which thley have arisen, affords a strong presumption that some mea sure will now be adopted to prevent the recurrence of such unseemly and unprofitable. disputes, and which, though it .may not prove acceptable to all parties, will, if, prudently and equitably administered, meet all the exigencies of the case. - Admitting the absolute necessity for the erection of -dams along the course of this capricious creek, the question resolves itself into a very sinmple form. At what distances, and of what height are such dams to be raiaed, and what provisions are re quired for the reconducting of the surplus waters to the channel of the stream, so that as little as possible may be wasted by ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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THE LAND CLAMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 30 April 1859

TIlE LAND CLAMOUR. for the"firther 'consideration of this, subject. it is cncouraging to observe that our ablest provinciali contempor aries generally coincide with us, in deprecating, those violent and extreme changes in our Land Administiration which have found such favour in a neighbouring dolorii, and are unfortu nately not withount advocates in New South Wales. We gladly welcome all s-ch support; and only regret that in :the opinions expressed upon this ques tion so tnuahi stress should be laid upon the inexpediency of tampering with a great indiuitrial interest, and so little upon the injustice 6f interfering with a vested right. There is a principle of equity involved in the case, which; if not altogether overlooked, is at least iit btouight out is the discussion with thlat force and frequency to which it is fairly entitled. • Had we simply to determifiin- the-mode in whlih a vast unoccupied public domain was to be administered, the result arrived at, though not according wit...

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MAN LIVING SEVERAL YEARS WITH HIS HEART ON THE RIGHT SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 30 April 1859

MAi LiVING BSvEnAL YAaRS wITan HiS HEAnT ON THIr RIGHT SIDE. -iA dayor two ago a man died: who . hiad been for some months an inmate" of on~ of our hospitals, and: whose disease had exhibited such peculiar Isymptoms as to baffle tle greatest skill of the, best physicians.. Under the.cir cumstances .it was deemed advisableto make a post mortem, examination, whe, it was found that in ,the diaphrg was a large hole, and the intestine had been forced up,' and had :presseod the heart from its natural position to the right side of his body, where .it had performed its functions :for several years; the man himself: having been prevented from his daily labor only for the last few months. .Howv the patient could have iryivyed such a lengthW.of timne with such a subverted system is, marvellous, and is the first instance of the kind w~e understand, that has conie to the knowledge. of the. medical. pro- . fession. Poor fellow; 'Whatever may have been his defects, no one could say heart was not ....

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Miscellaneous Extracts. FOREIGN CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 30 April 1859

FOREIGN CORRESPONDENTS. (From tnife Lndon &Sturday Rcviow. The correspondents of London pa pers ase generally Englishmen;. and if we reflcct· what kind of .Englishmen woid as a ruloe consent to live in a. foreign. capital, and . there work at collecting shreds of goissip, these~.xcel lence 'of 'thocorrespondance, as a whole may be a matter of reasonable wonder. Pnris is an exception to the usual dif ficulhy of finding foreign, correspon dents for an English journal. It is so near home, life there is so pleasant, and French politics are so important, that it is worth while on the one hand, for the 'best papers' to pay well for a good correspondent to go there, and on the other for a good corres pondent to take the office. But the merits of correspondents are of very varying shades, and are apt at their worst to fade off into an imbecility that is half ludicrous and half repul sive. There are, however, two great types of correspondents, to one of which all tend to approximate....

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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VINE CULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 30 April 1859

VINE CUTI rURE. ' The RBallaarat Tunes in an article on'the.culture of the vinle in ,Victoria, h:as the following remarks: . There exists in New SouthWales; under the style and title of the 'Hunter Vineyard Association,' a public. body whose particular duty it is to collect .information on the sebject of: vine 'culture. In the first report presented , by the. Committee to the. Association; . there occurs a passage which,we think •very worthy of attention, inasmuch as it bears evidence on tihe face of it of 'ih~aing been carefully considered. It Sis as follows . ,: j' .In rendering .to the Association 'this rieport: of their transactions, the :.Committee deem it. their duty, to nptjee the reception fronm one of its .rnebpbers, of a series of caleulations ..conQiected with vine culture,i which ,:see.ms well fitted to direct towards the .,.gr~qivth of the vine -a far. greater amount of capital than has hitherto been .invested in this. dpatI~tment of. colonial industry: From these calcu...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Colonial Extracts. THE CAMDEN VINEYARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 30 April 1859

•i :THE CAMDEN VINEYARDS. " A: cori'espondent of the :Evening 'M'il thus writes of a 'visit litely paid ti:"`:the famous vineyards :of Messrs. 1::ricrthnir, at Camden: Having procured a horse and secured a pleasa'nt companion, we rode forth like a night-errant in the guidance of a "faire laede" to explore Camden Park, to visit Menangle, and finally to ?see the famous vineyards and flowver g irdens,.of the Macarthurs. The ride through the park was de '.ghtful, thle scenery charming, large 1 lgoons covered with wild fowl varied the proapect; while cattle equal to any in the bestC districts. in England were grazinig round. After riding for ahont an .hour, we elmei to Menangle Bridge, on the road to Gcampblltown, a substantial wooden a 'inetnie, with double roadway. The a eenery of tlihe river, both above and below the biidge, was wild and pictur esque. Our road back to the..park, along the.side of the river, was most precipitous, G?it we soon emerged Iplon the turf, aild galloped up to...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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THE POSITION OF THE MINISTRY IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 30 April 1859

TII?E POSITION OF THE M1INISTRY SIN VICTORIA.:'' ' (F.oi thc Age.) The forlorn condition of:the Minis try entitles them to -commisseration quite as much as to conteimpt. They have sunk so low in public estimation that they have been deserted by their very menials, and by the hungry curs who used to sit beside the ministe rial tables,, wagging their tails in pleased and patient expectancy, and looking up with wistful eyes to the distributors of official loaves and fishes, confidently anticipating the ac quisition of a half-gnawed bone, or a crustof broken . bread. The canine mendicants snarl at the hands they lately licked, and howl at the men upon whom they used to fawn. Poor fellows ! The humiliation of so: rapid a decline and complete a fall is nothing to the scorn expressed for the mein bers of the administration by those whowere formerly their abject apolo gists and obsequious instrumenrits. The mortification of being told (a4lcd by such an informant!) that "they could not have ...

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LEGISLATIVE MATERIEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 30 April 1859

LEGISLATIVE MATElRIEL. : Fromn the Sydney Morning Heraldj. In a young community there are but few, comparatively, who possess., the qualifications required in countries more fastidious - to constitute a legislator or statesman. If we adopted, therefore, the rules of other countries, how diffi cult we should find it to obtain a sufe ficient number of candidates from which to choose representatives, to meet the waste of our political system ! But we have before us no such em barrassment. There is not a lane or alley which may not furnish candidates equal to some who have already an nounced themselves. There is no trade* which connot spare a few super numeraries to act the part of statesmen. The liberality of our law is such that when a man has served his country for his country's good-he may turn into the Legislature and serve himself. As a sample of the gentlemen who are about to honour the country with their zealous protection, we may men tion. one who is now prominent in a neighlbo...

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THE WORKING OF UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 30 April 1859

THE WORKING FUBLTrVERS'AL 'SUF FRAGE IN AMERICA. (From the New York _f.,,aid.) Freed from religious or military'or aristocratic despotism, we seem to have attained the highest political happi ness. But such is not the fact. We cannot shut our eyes to the truth, and therefore we are beginning to aclmowledge that our governing power is the mob; and this is a despotism worse than that of Russia or France, because it is senseless, cruel, and bloody. Here we have, within ten miles of the City Hall, a population of over a million of people, presumed to be eminently blessed in their political Burroundings.. The law guarantees, to every citizen the right to choose his own rulers, as well as protection to life, liberty, and pro perty; that is aceording to the com mon reading of the constitution of the State and the charter of the city. But what is the fact ? It is that the laws are set at nought, that the power of the mob is supreme, and that this million of people trembles before a few thou...

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THE GREAT ST. LEDGER AT DONCASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 30 April 1859

THE GREAT ST. LEDGER AT DONCASTER. (From COhamibor' Journal.) Here we are at Diecaster station at last, and not merely the London train, but excursion-trains from all the neigh bouring manufacturing towns are pour ing out their thousands and tens of ' thousands; and through many arrange ments of barricades; much temporary planking for the accommodating or confusing of crowds, through cordons of additional railway servants recruited from all parts of the railway kingdom, and of policemen sworn in specially for this great occasion, we make our way into the town. Soon the bodies of excursionists. lose their identities, and all seethe' up together in a human mass, moving through the principal street all in one direction-to the irace course. Had the town capitulated that morning to a besieging enemy, it could nothave beenfilledmore rapidly or or by a more ample and heterogenous army; horses, carriages,and omnibusses are bringingin more companyfrom shor ter distances whither railways do n...

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