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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 May 1859

<MURRUMBIDGEE ELECTORAL DISTRiICT. tTO WILLIAM MACLEAY, ESQ, M.P. SApril 9, 1859. W TE the undersigned electors of the district V of the Murrumbidgee, having been made aware of. the approaching dissolution of the pre~ient Farliament, are anxious to secure in our future representative the services of a r.geeitleman to whom we may confidently en trust the interests of this important elector ate. We have marked with hioh and unquali fled approval your career in the existing .Legislature of the colony, and are satisfied that your plitical'principles whilst enlisting oir local sympathy and support, are calculated to eisure the general advancement of our country. :Your personal knowledge of the "dishiet, your acquaintance with its wants and necessities, and the solicitude which you h~a ever manifested for its political and ?sciil'alprogess 'leadvus to hope that you will strengthen and cement your connection with us by allowing yourself to be placed in nomi iation as ouriepresen...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 May 1859

WAGGA WAGGA , SLA-c 'Pe;sos'interested in the forthcom IA- 'iig 'races : are requested to attend a :MEETING: to be' held at the 8QOATTRlS'B OTEL oni WEDNESDIAY., l'ti~ray, 1859, at seven o 'clock p.in., to consider the time at which the above races will come off. TO STAND THIS SiASO: i -'*'** AT .SANDY CHEEK, ! 'THE: THOROUGri-BRED ,l, ,. "--, STALLION,... i;i, ";:i..:i:: ' *; PEDIGREE'.i ' . . . Sire, !Coormrnin, by: Gratis, hi' uiln ''Lit i.: .rlvhriinpierted by . MrM'.eiLee';' dan ,l';aijusliisi; by oia,. 'dam jPeetiio n A -prn'by " h H end' H; Seoi of( lenidn I', n '!pe Bwvs bire, .ov Lor1l Exeler .nAJVEHnI1S'MENT. ii----~TfL . .. . · - ,r'..nITLjb' s t'o inform his Cus S±iiJ itt. eir 'sand. the Pubc;c thavin consa ,quenb?;n.fM:tl le late'"fire, l his. blsii6bs .is ranmovcd; for the ne'xt'i'iirtnifghltii?;ltj'jie re-buildin.- of his-late fiont- stoie," to" Mr. Wrighlit's ]r~eweiy, (- d're-ltreet, Sydney, hr^ lloi.r?l^w^' irbe1^'Y executed- ropptty ·~~~ ----- -Sy,-iev, 2i3rd Apri...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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ARRIVAL OF THE ONEIDA AT MELBOURNE. ENGLISH NEWS TO MARCH 10TH. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 May 1859

A..R...AERIoV AL-V --* * or,, o ;:.i :' ' " ENGLISH· NE:WS ! _ MARCH 10,TH. I. '.- , (From the Sydney Morning Herald. The Royal ,Maili Company's: stean-: ship Oneida 'arrivedv'esterday after noon, 'at '' P6it' Phillip Heads.' Her ':'proper datest woould liave been to the 1,:?th .February, but.owing to her 'de tention we' have received English news to the 10th of March, by means of. the telegraph, to Malta. ,We ,re ceived last night the two .following ytelegraphic .riesEsae?,: giving a brief summ y' of the European nq~ws,-one from our" spedil, correspondbnt at. Queenscliffe, and the other from our: Melbourne correspondent/; , " ' ' [FiOI OUR dijUErNSCLIFFE CORRESPOND'NT. ] The. Oneida arrived.at Port 1Phillip at five o''clp.olk this .afternoon, bring ing English news, to 10th. March, 'She has experienced finue. weather dui ;ng the voyage, but was detained three days at sea, owing tb an aiccident to the 'machinery. . She, has 'twenty-four passengers: on. board, one .of.' whom : (Mr. S...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 May 1859

IMPOU INGS. (.Froln the GCvernineng Gazette, pril 19.) NORTEW'AGAk WAbolA, on tl. 1st April, from the. Oura Run; idriving adtfi~ie~piis 5s 'er head:-White bullock, ITH near rump, brindle bul1Qak3 WVE'iff;rmnp,?JtK the 41 conjoined off ribs; yellow bulleck, squa "'° with stroke across the centre. ner.ribs,. ' ndarbshoulder; over Z near thigh pbley .:cow, off 'r~u i and b spc N :cow, PJ over T off rump; re4 heifer ~s3Aiiii branded; brindle sidede cow r4D doff?gn, 8p ofbthigh; red l?ullock,?P':O off,:' r ~"n'l ribs;. spotted cow,' JM nichr ribs, '6 runip ;i, blue stawberr cow, W orer TY ffi rump, M in circle off ribs; red cow, WE off rumpi. S ff"shoulder;, ?tawberry cow, ML rand.thig 6 near rumdi-blotch hr?.d nearribs ;: red bullcalft~nlira?dd.. I not ieleased, will be sold accordin:g tb'~il pounding Act,,lrP. cFaxNxLa; Pdundkeeper.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 May 1859

*mpounbrn~tga ~0~I rFom the Govm nmei Oaeet, April 26) .rNo?Ti ?VA W Aa GGooA, on the 20th day of April, .1869,. fronm: Gobagu?iin, by D. M'Intosh, Esq.;. trespass and driving 5s. per head:--One spotted cow, GH off rump, G off shoulder; one strawberry working bullock, heart off rump, R off ribs;' one red bullock, MF 'off rump, IF off shoulder; one spotted heifer calf, AG near rump and ribs; one strawberry heiferi sanie brand; one brindle working bullock, WS off rump; one straw benrry working bullock, G or GFW near ribs, JK conjoined off rump, G off thiigh; one red steer, AG off rumpasid ribs; one brindle and white 'bullock, MC off runip and ril·s, 2 off shoulder; one red cow, AG rump and'ribs; one ied steer, same brand; one red heifer calf, samd brand; one red cow, same brand;' one red p`oley cow, same brand; one 'spotted cow, same 'brand; one spotted calf, same brand; one red heifer,' same brand; 6ne red calf, samne brand; one red sided steei~, s?m'e brand;, one. strawberry steer, ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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MELBOURNE. [THE SYDNEY HERALD'S CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 May 1859

'[THE BYDNEY HERALD'S COiBE5PONDENT.] i THURSDAY MORNING 'APRIL 21sT.- The 'political hlorizoni is becoming covered with clouds, dreary and dark, like, the prospects of. the: .O'Shanassy, *Administration:. I should think a more thoroughly unpopular ministry never presidedl over the' destinies of a people. And. yet it came in as?, the' people's ministry" with a fullness of promise, which gave hope of'a period of practical legislation on the great question of the day-the settlement of the land policy, gold-field leases, and the registration.. of electors.. - The downfall in, public: opinion has been a gradual one. The O'Shanassy Cabinet Iwas -never ' believed iri " by the nmer canitile communiity, but it was accepted S---no obstiruction was offered. .,On tie gold-fields, some .three or four popu larity-hnnting tours of its members, led' the gold-miners Ito' expect much from them. The Advocates of ex treme 'opinions on the 'land cquestion= the Con venti?in:supported and i;caoi ed1 :wit...

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 — 7 May 1859

Dr•sso the first quarter of the cuirei year, the Chinese have exported from Victiorial 14;~650 ounces of gold From whatever cause: it arises, this is a. eoisidcrable decrease in their usual shipments of gold. For some time before this, the average exportation was 25,000 ounces. Poratsson PARKER, the distinguished swordeien, .is.in Melbourne, exhibiting his " cunning in fence " to the delectation of the ·public.~- · ·::··-':-" " AN "ExTRAOnoDINARY" of the iobartt Torown er, uiry mentions the discovery, at FIingal, of a payable ref of gold bearing quartz. •The report'lppcars to be well authen, Mt aii csiP, i txI' she6s written a long' letter in' defence?f f? thde L:haratctr of ' Sir Roulert Wealpole, intenlded as, ar cbnmnentarv upon asl6ading article in tlie .Yrald, wliin' sicipmed up that statesnman's long officbial life of bhiibery.and corruption, as a "detcstable career." . ~He cites the opinion of Blurke~, Bronghani, anrd acnlj~c~ilay, in favpur of his voews upion the' subject, 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 — 7 May 1859

MARRIAGE.   At the residence of the Bride's Father, on the 4th instant, by the Rev. Richard W. Young, Allan B. Morgan, Esq., Surgeon, of Wagga Wagga, to Emma Louisa, third daughter of Francis Rawdon Hume, Esq., of Castlesteads, Burrowa.  

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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HALLAM, THE HISTORIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 May 1859

IIAILALM, ITUEn HiTORIA. .This eminent mn! axplired on the 2;2M d of January at the ege of 8I1,year. ,laJ referenc~e tbo thefune~ralof,.Mr,:iallam a. LIondorn journal has tIefohlib. -.g " rle secluded, village of, Clyvedon, on the Briptol;?Channe; , presented .on Friday:lay t a ,??mInn ralle Jad.ii~pres sive scene, ? On that afterno'n the re !iPiam I .d,theilate iHinry flallain,: the ]fistorian, wre convgyed,,from Cleve, don Cout, the seat of Sir Arthu?rHal. lam Iton, M R.nephew of. te de ceased, to a. grave wlhich thro'ugh a ~pysterious, inersion o pf. the ,coqipon order.of succession, had been jalready rendered classic gromnd by the ashes of two ofhis gifted sons. It is,?owj ;26 years, ag"o: sinCe the fther, disfimayed and.' aliost ,broken hearted bty ;,the abrupt ibereavementi,- cariried to,-the same seqluded spot. npon: the, shore of the A tlantic one whose,naie Wil often apnd for ages berepeated on both sislPb of the oceani,. in ,asn-eir to,;the ,que tion,-- V.? h0 is indicated...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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THE NAVAL TRAINING OF PRINCES OF THE BLOOD ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 May 1859

LrHEE $~aVAL \T GOsIiF PRIN~CESS: rip' rom.te uneatI-~i~LG'ow 'anpe ":;OF. THE BLOOD ROYAL. ...i(Fromi?? gAe Ur 8e~'rte Gazette) hWe .vieye received .,1etters from .varios. corespponent" r,'lative t t he reent proFe.dings at, Nalta, iud rquenstng ns to. raw a, compari"son tween the training, of hts late Maest WKip6 tnilliam .V, wheni Pner illn i e HeraHnry, and ,rince edfrtd. In ?e~gee to their' ~shies we ra the fvllowing . e nc 11 Ieoryq e in t Joy ,a s as a m.. ..a.. s svche es p wy Rea A,~r t b, t|'.y l."v r~ie Piiic Vi~1ya1e! tutfot' jns,~t D "o adthe. ?,ane ,George ,iar ,&iihr iet apioi I t nth h yps c h sen to e h.1s i~ne~ roesin~ inr o t~ Te riie erge 'va. aie to t~e hanel e~t1it the l~tYte I~en& ( t~yamr B eItm mp a ordered to fpra part. i the Fhlet pro ceedlinitr to o the eief otf Gibraltar vvhicli for soetime ha been . c sely blocogated by le .paniarlse. A Apanish' 64g, ? ship, captured on this ccastion by..ithe fleet, was ,re.namned the i.Prince '?illiam,....

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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OPINIONS OF THE ENGLISH PRESS ON THE REFORM BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 May 1859

OPINIONS 0,1'fTiHTP'"PNCLOWf -PRSS S.:. ONr?THE 'REFOBM 'BIL, i'! t i Whin ' ths 'sciandaloust ( ii eil i!B tween GeorgeI vcciled aill s ntifis 4 Qiiake'l, presie'd to'give his opti"ili 'of' iuein'- Caroline's conduct; "?itd, " 'Fiend, she' is uqnite' good' einioh 'for, thy Kiig,: butiiot i'early good eniouigh for thiy 'QieeA." 'An so the 'Der~by Reform ;Bill may be said tod be 'goobi ehobg~i for" the" Government.bb t iiot good enough for 'the people' It a he mEiuch' for a Conaserviativ?e .pary, uti not enough by imuch for a Liberal one to acep"t/ Thif Bill 'has"h 'if"t'vWo' substantial parts; all 'tlihe 'estbeih leather and dj 'unella- thie redu'etion` df the county fraticliffi t' 'l0,"n'di',the disfranhistement of 'the. 4)s0 :.fre' holdersi iri ' borough's :NoI theWfist", ais everiyone. knowi is 'I Mr. f'ck Kings 'easure, and 'the fMinistry 'as merely' the grale of 'offering-: what karliiterient had' repeaitedly shown its resolutioh to have. "It is' a sur'reinder made with the air...

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Police Court. MONDAY, MAY 9. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 May 1859

Wobice (LSourt. MoNDAY, MAY 9. (Before the Police Magistrate.) AssA?rLT.-William Burns charged with an assault was cautioned and discharged. DRvsLuaKENIss.l- George Lyons, drunk and disorderly, was cautionedi and discharged. TUESDAY, MAY 10. (Before the Police Magistrate.) DnKscicuNES.-s.- Thomas Minster, drunk and disorderly, fmled 10s. (Before the Police Magistrate, J. G. Church, Esq., J.P., and Edgar Beckham, Esq., J.P. AssacrLT.-Kasper Grant charged with as eaulting and maltreating Mrs. Margaret Pfannes, at Xyamba. The evidence in this case weni to prove that Mrs. Pfannes was an unworthy character, that the defendant and she had passed for manand wife in town upon several occasions, and the bench consequently discharged the prisoner. BREAClc OF THmE PAWNnROKEu's ACT. J. B. Caldwcll, charged with receiving a gla zier's diamond in pledge, pleaded guilty, and wa fined OS. and costs. VWEDNESDAY MAY 11. B.1eAcre oF TIIE PEACE.--Th0mas Ferris, charged by Constable Monteith with a brea...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 May 1859

"'1. ,1 E- n:]? ° ~ !,Y a~;~ts Te:eapanebde~veredat by-·the di~a pRFo!i oAapPleas·!et thesolioingici fptthPe "Messieurs les Senateurs, ..'..dd. I;bMBfedi~l)DbIDiueatYlWfl " .? 1Eariee has,4s yottatecv?¢e,'?t ling~thierlast'eitbicyr$ '8ea~~errgiiettl~itrelk iAugnmentr,oher, iichws ;iici-easephitBth -seisions&die duhoe hincWtt, shd yetbeliere arise{ atfinerv4is5fri1~1te midst of the.generaal" d Sit 'pr'o* [ ri? ; a~ ag·q, anety a.Iiogor v agita causqa pne asseees itself9f qrtain minds, s and, i hakep ulic gonfidqnce. I ,i. dp lore, those .priod al dis J cour agemnents without ibeingaston ished - themh Ina. I soqipfv shattered like outsu ;by so many, tvepglutions, tine, .al?one ca confir.m qonvcition, give a retnewved vigr o haracter and- oreatel aq pqlitic(faith he , Thanxiety which han just been.pro. L d~iid.,:i i0hout the appearance of im , mninent dangers may justly cause our : pr?pe,,fof it gives evidenq at the same ,time of toomnich distrust and of too xn i alarrm.. A.dou...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Local Intelligence. THE AMATUER DRAMATIC. PERFORMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 May 1859

- . oca[ *uteItit ence. J/ THE AMATUER DRIABTATIC. PIERFO RMANE. On Wedniesday evening last, thero was witnessed in the large room of the Squatters' Hotel, in this township, an assemblage, pe'r haps as numerous, and certainly as respectable as was ever collected on the banks of the Miurrumbidgee. It was on the occasion of a Dramatic performance, given by certain gentlemen, inaid of the funds of the Wagga \Vagga Hospital; and we wish to congratu late them that a reward for their sacrifice of time and money, more sincere and general than the most sanguine expected, has been awarded to them, Itathcr more than 150 were assembled on the occasion; and we doubt that, even among that nuoiber (large as it certainly was when compared to the size of our township), there can be found one person who will not admlit that the success of the performance exceeded his best hopes and expectations. The~ alair was indeed a complete success; and we speak the more emtphatically, as we are satisfied that w...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 May 1859

uMPENTINQ: OFP AIREIAMiENT' 03 ' Queen '7iatcria 6 5eiIededthbeisfe4~on df '1859 :in iet'orn o~the' 37rd ofi?;~IB - i'Tury8 sl'Phe w itlMher@i't ' clea~rirud cold. ':Orowds lieihed ",thoih ?o d 6,t n 'fixekin hAs'¾-Pahi?e to:St; Stepphhe's adl I'Her 1\"Majesty:?S t:: everywhere received with ahbelamarntior : i Af ish6o'tly iifte?r ?'~, ' ,l6 he -eerdses and. ti~lsi' y? l~I ere do £r,, tunate as to sbneett iwthiW Tllbr i?" Ienii o asinble ii'~tie IFoie of iords ;and by h nlot st i the. graikf ioorn was 6rowd ~l yi d of the 'iost distin idished. asdriuhilg~ thfathasierl r been conveined tHlidr. Thbe peers n thlir rb9e o wh-i?-efa.. ipiepn, the hifshops iln gtheir yestuieitmie, and the Jadges in. thgis_:rdviga,aidngowns, were .,n, theflor :,of, the .IIo?e.,:while the jneqs ,.,pupep jthge spepts .which yise:p ramnidically o,,. eifther ?side.-r ~rriaI pap only bein. resprved fo r the d.poomat orps, tIhe .ple~iar .snnuh ght wa4s oftly diffn ee over the, yceourse iy. the atai ied glass' o ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 May 1859

ADELAIDE. (Prom tle Ierald's Corre.pondent) The Governor has opened the third session of this Parliamnent. In his speech he congratulates thie Legis lature on the iniproved pros jeets of the colony. The revenue exceeds the official estimate. As to the pro gramme of ministerial policy, the duties on spirits are not to be repealed, but a reduction of twelve thousand pounds is to be made in the police force, the burden of local police being thrown on Muniicipal rates. A tram way is to be constructed from tlhe Gooliva to Strathalbyn. The immi gration is to be limited fo one ship every two months. Bills will be in troduced to define the main roads, to transfer the controul of the railways from the present Commissioners to ithe responsible Minister of Public Works, to protect patents, and to amend the re:gistration: laws. The Insdlvent Act is also to be amended, and the criminal law consolidated. The Governor publicly opened the Glenclg jetty on Monday. Wheat and flour have been steadily ...

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Colonial Extracts. DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 May 1859

T he followingi-admir1 sp0pc.was 'delivelred ,iy..Dr. t9pofley, ,on, itihe "occasi'" nof,tthepeing?p?P thlo tennper-. a ance:. lallin- Iiy49Y9-, s ,. which .we referred las.?week. ..,OffAnce hias,been, Staken; and ,wel think jgctly, at,sBmne of. the expreseipnsiiLiqdef a pf; giy ithe rev. goe.tlePan,..ut,b? 1U.?1hihav. giyen Sthe least 1 qoipjlg 41ai9p: 0,t8 :subject, :nist admit that,t he, iSpealerihas not I.overdrawn .tl, th:pictire,, pt,!the ;:m.oral, .degradatio4 af.?d social. ngisorieipswhich spring. from .tlhisminater. yice;, and, few .will deny thathe cure! to i~ylhich he points,!thediseemination ofnkpnw ledge, and .i4taste, forT rational,;nand iii . teallectual amoiement, isi the sole effec :tiyv remqdyWthat:we can apply:--., . '. The.r' "Dr.:Woolley, wab then Secallidd npib, arid codiritienied by ex Siplainiring that lib appieared' there niei ther!aa a-friend nor aiis :n:nemy; but, perhaps tiimetliig betwixt and be tween, (Lanughter.) ----e really--did" .ot-know 'how he had...

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COLONIZATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 May 1859

COLONIZATION. (From the Melbourne ,Argu.) He who.made it his boast that he could transform a small village into a populous state spoke like a true Greek, and the vaunt was not unbecoming a member of that nation which under stood and practised the art ofcolonisa tion more thoroughly,-and with greater success, than any othier peolple of anicient or modern times. The material pro gress of our own colonies may have been more rapid then of those which were planted by the HIellenic family, because the .appliances at our command are infinitely more numerous, hiore diversified, and more efficient, than those which were at the disposition of the Greeks; but prosperity was far more equably diffused among them than among ourselves, and what the communists and socialists of our own day have been blindly struggling to attain was actually possessed by those early colonists--an equality of condi tion resulting from economical orPani sation. It is doubtful whether ,con, More, Hobbes, Harrington, or...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 May 1859

PALING. - o- PALING, int any quantity, FOR SALE. .EApply to J. B. CALDWELL, Squatters' Hotel. Wagga WYagga, May 7th, 1859. OAUTXON. SHE Proprietors of Horses are particu larly cautioned to give written instruc tions to their servants when directing them to purchase Row's Embrocation or Farmer's Friend. The extraordinary and daily increasing sale which its curative powers have secured, has induced several parties to offer spurious and useles imitations. These are utterly worth less in respect of their professed powers, and resemble the original only in the similarity of name, which has been adopted for the pur pose of obtaining some of the patronage which has been so liberally bestowed on "Row's Embrocation or Farmer's Friend." As these imitations can necessarily be sold, wholesale, cheaper than the genuine article, an induce ment is held out to storekeepers to supply the .public with an inferior article. The pro prietor, with a view of further protecting the publie against fraud, no...

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LIKE BABIES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 May 1859

LIKE BABIEs.-A modest young: gentleman, at a dinner party, put the following, conundrum :-" Why are most people who eat turkey like ba bies? No reply. The modest man blushed, and would have backed out, but finally gave the reason : "Because. they are fond of the breast.' -Two middle-aged ladies fainted..

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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