Elephind.com contains 2,082 items from Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,306 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 11 June 1859
P' RODUCE CIRCULAR.' , r WOOL.-Very little arriving; consequently transaction t are limited. > The parcels catalogaue this day wero 18 bales, 10 of whilich werewittidrawi, owing'to the ' :high reserve placed 'thereon.''Those sold wcro-' * 'Di.1 b hald of greasy at :12d i JD: (conjoined) 2 . bales.of skinat.l7td. , c :.l . . - :,., .,,; StIBiPSKisS are still in fair demand.. The parcels sold this day were short-fleeced and realised tho ' ' 'followingpricei s :--B, 1 'biloat 7d.; HT, 8 bales S.at8d. ;WiIbale atf d. . " ,; * j , TALLOk isfirm at.onr quotatiqns;. 77. casks of.beef and 3 of mutton were offered and sold'this day at the following prices :-~F&JS54 csuks at £43ss.10s.; YD, 20 casks at £45 10s.; HT, 3 casks at £44 Its.; X oeerY, 3 casks of mutton at £60. HIDES arelin active demand ;'if heavy and well cured, are readily bouight up'for shipmeiit. 054 were sold this day at the following prices :-54 at O6s. 3d., 50 at I6s..6d.; 5 'at Is., 104 at 7s. 10d., 56. at 16s. 8...
Local Intelligence. ELECTION MEETING. MR. MACLEAY'S ADDRESS TO THE ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 11 June 1859
ELECTION MEETING. MR.: MAcLEAY'S ADDRESS TO THE E: LECTORS. Although but very brief notice was given of Mr. Macleay's intentin to address the electors of W agga Wagga, we were glad to find ia very'fair'muster of influential .persons present on Saturday evening at Mr. Byrnes's Australian Hotel, who had assembled tohear their future Member's exposition of bis poli tical prinbiples, The :large roomn at "The Australian" was vesy tastefully arrangcdalnd dAorated for the occasion, a rassed platbdrm hanksg been tem poraily erected at one eid sfo? tjgacoommo. dation of thespe.kers.: ' . Amongst the company present were John Gei~don, Esq (in the chau)" 3J. Bua3jissj, ''-?I. :F -Ak Tompson, Esq; G Forslyth l]q." C.' Mt Wall, Esq.; 3. Mfeares, Esq.; A. Meares, Esq.; II. WaUace,. Esq.\; R Bull1, Esi. i RTv. R. W. Young* J..F. 'kinuier, E?sRq; and several . other gentlenien whose names we did not know, the majority of. the audience, however, being composed of wdrk-' ing men. It having been propo...
Commercial. MELBOURNE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 11 June 1859
2:.. . .. .. . Pa ,otrico-he nply p prime qdiilityd ho bee sm 'small, r raneed froim,.t9Il10, to 942 frt. b'i~l locks, and .7 I0os..to 9 10s.I for cows. Inferior, qtality was considerably i qxc ssof demand, some lots scarcely fetchi h'gs o r e ricdte .. , - Store Cattlo.-In this -description an improved demon i·s apparent. Well bred lots mixed sexes aore worth ' from 4 12s. Od, to 9£8,I5s. I .lhave just:placed 1I200 heod deliveralbleosi the Lower Darling;at 94 ':ll0s., 11lcash, renmainder G :montii. :.All. bullocks nay. be quoted fron 4jl06 . to £5.pqr had. ;. Fat Shcep In constquence of the.lsroe supply.nlbroht Sforwadd' chiietiy' good foQality;,"tho dotonid i~os not Svery brisk anid "Iower rates were ~itbinittid? to. Best.whtheirs old.at:I8s. to 20s. enoh. Ewecs,!ls. to 17s.; hot some inforior 'lots wee left usonald, Store Shrep. The 'doinand 'still c"ontinues. and long prides wouldkd olitainable for any Newr SOuith *: -Waleoi!flooks, 'but has few or' none ard toffering, I have.no...
REPLY. Wanganella, near Deniliquin April 2, 1859 [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 11 June 1859
REPLY, W '?anganella,:near Deniliquiu -' :Aprij l £, 1859 •GENI ai'LL -I h'ave muiich'.plasure in re· plying to your letter, dated January last, re· questing that I would allow-yoiu to put me in nomini'tion for the represeltation of the Balrimad ?Eleetorate in the new Parlinmient, and in the event of my consenting to be placed in nomination you pledge yourselves td use every endeavour to secure my retirn. I feel gentlemon highly complimented at the manner in which you have expressed yourselves in that letter as to my, fitness to occupy a seat in the new House. Though I am conscious that-you have overrated my abilities in this'respect, still I thinik the time lts arrived when it behoves everynmai who iintenclds to make New South Wiles his per manent home to take an active pait in the idlitica1 affiiirs of the country, provided lie can consistently with other duties spare suffi cient time for his ordinary occupations. Un der these circumstances, I accede to your, reqiuest; and'should ...
DINNER TO WILLIAM MACLEAY, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 11 June 1859
. .. .. ,? -, ':-- .. .. . "?s- ?: . DINNER ' TO'iVLIUAM MACLEAY, SQ ; SThankl to the 1indoess of Mr. Cowper's Government in fixing:t? nomination atGundagais ther electors of Vagga Waqgga:we~rfaln oblig€d to rest contencited wtl b.t a very short ;isit fronm their future rcprcs .niativei o iunevrtheless, sone of th cmore influontial,amonogst a determined to invite him, at a very brief notice, t ia pbli?'inier '.The: affair was not arranged till nat on Saturday. night, but. " where. thleroe's: will here's a way," and "imine host" .of the Australian having expressced his readiness and. ability to meet the ?ishes of tlio cbmpapy It :was yesblledt that the dinner t.hould take place on .Monday evening. The impossl bility of .making it generally known that :such an .ntertainment was coming off as a mattor of' conrsc ileprivedl us of the t;leasuro of ieeing many who reside a ahort.distance from town,.bht still upwards of twenty geiitlcmen sat down on the occasion ,to ,rhich we allude. .The ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 11 June 1859
mlhniiri d~notb e Divine service, To S.1s 'morrow, Jum2if in Waga wnga. " urR., W. YOUNG. Ine.Ioth. T O OUR- SUBSCJRIB' ,f. ; Th chane in the. Proprietorship of: this Jo,urnal rendering it necessary that all amounts -due to the 30th of April should be paid at ,oonce, 'it is. requested that all persois indebted '.ill foriward the respective amounts to this :Office,,without lose of time; and those. whoofail .o do so within a reasonable time after the .'AenMounts. are rendered, mnst not be surprised i f their papers are stopped. * ' I.iiExpreoss.OJfice, Wagqa e Pagga, , Ia : ,.y g J,-i y27 ,. ay , 18,9. :0 'SATU: DAY; . .: , THE' .:1 ::;. :1859.: !
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 11 June 1859
THE WACCA WACCA EXPRESS, AND GENERlAL PRINTING. OFFICE, SoUT WAGooA WAGGOA. PLATN AND ORNAMENTAL PRINT 1NG, in every variety and style, with the utmost despatch. SPosters ata few hours notice,. HIandbills, Business Announcements, Mier chants', Auctioneers', and Tradesmen's Busi ness Circulars, Cards, and Bill Headings, neatly displayed. :'amphlets, Club Articles, and Society Sarts,.correctly and neatly executed. very other description of Letter-press printing executed in a superior style. BEECIIWVORTIIH HORSE BAZAAR AND CATTLE YARDS. J. H. GKlY, & CO., AUCTIONEERS,GOLD BROKERS,AND GENERAL AGENTS, FORD-STREET, BEECIIWORT.I, B EG to inform the Public and the in habitants of the Ovensand 1 Murray Districts, that they continue to hold Sales of HIorses, Cattle, and Merchandise iEvery Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday, end to attend Sales within the District of 'lcechworth, on all other days. Commodious Yards and Good Stabling at itached to the premises. Advances made on all sorts o...
MR. MACLEAY'S ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 11 June 1859
ii MfR. . .RACLEAY'S ADDRiEss., AroLTHbi0GI no direct news of the fact :ha fyet reached Wnagga-Wagga,'there -can be but little doubt that by this timie Mr. VWi,,ian MAcLEAY is duly elected to represent the Murrumbidgee "district in the* new Parliament, and it !will .be vwell tlierefore to consider the profession which our member made on :Saturday last of his political faith, and which :will be found in extenso :in ainiother part of this'journal. : W hatever Mr. MArdiLC 's oppo .nents may. thinlk or say about his speech :they must at least confess that it is candid and straightforward. He does ,not beat about the bush, nor deal in ::the :inuendo style which seems to be I.oi miuch admired' by Mr. COWPER ( and h:is party, but on the contrary the ;:honn. Iember'for the Murriinibidgee" stat's frankly and fully what he thinks, .arid if one may judge from the unani oinaiis at;proval expressed by his heareri' at. the time of the speech hbeiiig de ,vifered, his opinions were strictly in ao:,...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 11 June 1859
BIRTH. At her residence, Water View, South Wagga Wagga, on Monday, the 6th June instant, &nbsp; Mrs. Frederick A. Tompson, of a son. &nbsp; DEATH. On Tuesday, 7th instant, at Big Springs, &nbsp; after a short but painful illness, Mr. James Bourke, aged 24, much and deservedly respected. &nbsp; &nbsp;
AMATEUR PERFORMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 11 June 1859
- AMATEUR PERFORMANCE The second dramatic entertainment given by our talented troupe of Amateur performers, took place on Wednesday evening at the Squatters' Hotel. The proceeds of the play were for the benefit of Mr. Coleman who took a great deal of trouble in getting up the first performance for the benefit of the District Hospital. The pieces selected for Wednesday evening &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; were Hercules, King of Clubs, "Number One round the Corner," and Quiet versus Riot.. &nbsp; In the first of these the bulk of the work devolves upon Hercules, and Mrs. Rams- bottom. Mr. Honor in the former of these characters elicited repeated bursts of well- deserved applause, and Mr. Bentley's make-up, as the conjugally disposed widow, was inimit- able. Mr. Whitehand, whose campaigning experiences gave him a thoroughly martial air, looked "every inch a soldier" as the cap- tain, and had he been a bachelor the destruc- tion of the peace of several female bre...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 18 June 1859
1 ESSRS. W. ESSINGTON :A~n ARTHUR S. KING beg to inform their friends that tlieyare now established in Victoria, as Agents fol the Sale by Auction or otherwise of Stock and Stations or Landed Prope't.y, and of Fat Sheep and Cattle. Their long experience arid con nection with all the leading interests and pursuits of Australia leads them to hope that they will be supported in- their undertaking. Their Mr. ARTHUR KING ill attend at the Flemingtdn Cattle Yards, on every Sale Day, to dispose of Fat Stock, and it is requested that an early intimation may be made to the Firm of any stock intended for their disposal. Their office tiin'Mel bourne is in Kirk's Bazaar;, 'B~uirk Street. . . May 31st, 1859. . O SUPERIOR SEED WHEAT. FOR MALE, at Kyamha, at i5s. per bushel; 'also, Griape-vine Outtings and Rooted Vines; in great: variety * Mr. .',Nixon, at the Steam illn can informiwhat the seed wheat.is: 2.... HURDLES WANTED. WXANTED, by the undersigned, .YY-:' 400:/good: Sixibar. Hurdles. :: HEN...
TO THE ELECTORS OF THE BALRANALD DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 18 June 1859
TO..2,HE ELQ y EqRO~ 0F O T HE BAL RANALD DISTRICT. G ENTLEMEN-YoTu have for some time pastbeen aware that I have ixpressedmy willingness to represent you in the Legislative Assembly of New South Wales, should you be pleasedl to elect me. ,Gre,.t domestic affliction has pre veiitcl me from s-ooner addressing you, and still nit.hlilda?ine from visiting you in p(isonli(so that it only ~ emains to mi'to publish for youir infoiination miy . political views. ;.; o, ;:;r .i .::: > . TT' pnrter',of the osqiiatting.interest, ,Ih6old moderaite views:lou~lthe Land Question, and ini any.v neasnuies:.brought forward r,'speceti .ng thati, important.. sul'ject, should bhe always found, ready to make all insona»,le,concessions ..to suit the pre'it 'fate of affairs in' 'the colony; ilthlionliVi ..'t the sameo time, strongly oil)posinf;all ien'deavpoui to infiringe on th. .,u n. t'.rjgh'ts fi' the1 settlCeTrs ..... ..;., . With regard to State aid to Peligion ,I am inclined to think that the' ,ti...
SYDNEY PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 18 June 1859
I --to* L' Infrior .'.;;;';.. ', ;i ,'i-"!0 0 ! 3irtb . 0:ll ,'6i W O HO indw ait hed;..t t ,,:;(0'. o t1. / rttoflP' .liW Grcuse „,.... , . ..A to 0 1 2. Locks, pc,91; ' 7 to 0 1 3 Scoured ":.';:.;:'';i ''0 1 9 to 0 2 3 aE!Jti?.S i..l.i/.i..i....i .;,,'l7: 0 0 . 6 to 0 0 10' jALLOW .-Mutton....... rton, 5 , 0 to O,,0 -r i? i statio :i;;:.A.: ;!ii, .i048.0 n qrnt 055 ifit) *HiDBs.--H'eavy ........ each?, Q-ict0.,.,ro, +09·+;.16^0j ) 1' Light ............ ,, *d ' t-0 "? (O 'to- O "'8·' "o '"-.?. '..:; :. :: ::': .IO 0h - ',o jp.m-h' ,,ALSKINxs ....... ....;.; Ilb, 3. to 0 3 0 ,IB'oRC B .... :2. ... * . 1.0.. " 3_,,; to . 0 0. Staunchheavydraught 30 0 0 to 35 0 0 Ditto light ........... 15 0 0 to 20 0 0 ' -;i:,,: ./Dittd6igiai.d s. lle *10 r 0if 0, , 't"2 I'l00'O T '! S i .littn O.Ugl tt hlaclu e ,y i . 6. r0.r0 , ,to ,0. 0 '.;j FAT ATr;E (Alive) ..';..i.01Ob', 01 16 to" 0, .0 0 CAI(nvs..e;,r. .... '.......' ,, : ,t ,Ig~l 0r to t '3 *0l Or LAMBnS .....;.,.........1 , 0,,- " 0,10, 0 to...
SYDNEY STOCK AND STATION CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 18 June 1859
..!sria E :.i?j.? ?Tdp.: , ',~~~iD r j; : ' "i" "sDEY STIOK AD?D STATIOTi"" SiQfArjii 4 AND aIN rrt iiat tht wel littlelb !li b?,nb i denei l 'in stor e. cattlc ituit ded: forttie: I So thierrl rDistruip rin/leare very fifm, and?.few lots offering.. Fo'stookrirg' gew.uns w' 1 laveimailes s9 diiftili.ir rald i Ouie?g •'ai' tt6gi! fribS t t'l8'": dijrii'ir Diqlricts sidtoitthatlnn eittlis his:elaintsed "opi route"' tit ictoria f'o"cme r?me, except somofn.Mrr l~ry.'s datsodto arrise~ s I stiotk 'ninarLt,. ?hl.ic .ffor aome: mnspltlis h?'? beeni cam-. Iiy?l dlt d thi g sa d"ales tsicl.y.loi?icBk difliddlito ,,Hiton iss A?niA?TTow.--Thc doenand ?is go6d and wvd ihe Siolida itt adoanced. prices. r ? ,r" ?" S'raTINs.t -'There is little doing in stations, and sie ciatii"id liilsk e'fdr?'iiniilii in ii~r~/jo`?l ntill the' ?lb'ki6i are over. Inquiries we have constantly'rfor niltoc~lcd cojiir us l'inthe r..pr thhTO, Distrjeo:tsb.ttnn spplyt~is. hips aejeeiilmrst h~ iioosn so?h-elmtinstlhgr . ...
THE PROPOSED MECHANICS INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 18 June 1859
THE position rwhich ad': towhii shall a'iim ii the " ha,. ? 1e?r?hili' it Shl.i-.matal'i in a comnmumity ?ie, lt.hefitur iefortunesi ,of n ijnidividual. must be always materially :depenzierntb iuoi Othe influendes ' hiiich are broug t 0,. ea ?n ,!.? the ,earlier.?ges .of itgexstrnca.. ?e:?fhe s..trong; and irre-a priessible tendnev tow?ards a particulart pursuit whichlih v all;*ifi s, villi is t~hiihn~ j~ei'dcld 'ersopal ca)sIesi triuumphj oveervng ery; disaddntage of circismtatice't andvrieldviate "ite :gifted possess6r 'as.fb, i a- loInd, to honours adid dstit~is, far beyond .the reach. oi the commonorder of minds. The pridrle of birtl?,rth6 prejudices of ranuk, witlhi??ill'tlte'hsth?bbii nconventioinalismns of Sog'e ty,wfllr' eld biefore the. powe're of ,ncoimmanding.Intellect, '. and bow ivith admiration:ifbnot delight,:to the, hIigher than hereditaery prerot srte's ;of _ conquer,~ailtiy 1r;i etpssieaspor, to.. his askii6wledgedilthrione,.,among, the rJotl these Drlliani excepti...
Commercial. MELBOURNE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 18 June 1859
::MELBOURNE ,BTOK ARKET. FAT CAIrhl.--I am hable to report m.re Jfavoorably of Sthis marklet. The ulplply' tlbgh a ple has lot Ieen excessive, and really godd bed f c?mmanuded a slight advance..Prime.quality, bullocks selling frlm klOto ;I3.;fy ;.co,. gt 0 os. I STRon. CATe.e.-Thee' i? i n etivOe. nquilry for this descr fliopen dn ood.isiixed'lots're uesily placed at fom , 12s. Od. to £4. All bullocks £4 10s. to FXIIc'.S?u?f 'cirtli alitf wet'hersTe" ~eoCmjSlil?l -')i at: abdit " lint?eoqtatidons: aiLy: 10Ito'22s ;!:kech' h Jii qualityilOs. 6d. to 10s., find this mqarkelt may.bexer ', porlcd ratijerfirmer. , - ' ' Boens -n Ti sof nlq rkcet hO during lhc pastyr eel ?.be eq .bnr nf fuseful 'Illstailding .celtsl tlelldecrilntio "of, "ltficl'o ivjic'flt n00Wvr Thnclh so 'demai~nd' anti ilhin I" fierior.sart~ hrouglt ltfor-ird havel gone offhliea?vily SittIolrtes.d?o ' [ w " oni Agr ent. J 3 dtIJioit e;-I8t 9 ii''e 'ifb I 0. 00i',llL I Lc"I '' ~ti ''eIl8 ''I -' 'II
THE GOLD FIELD AT SPRING CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 18 June 1859
TE uDbFIEL ATSPN -. - . -- - . -. ..CR..EEK, In the .Abisieid-dfithe ',?i iect infor nmation wae/had anticipated receiving, weola ieybfor& oui· ieiders - the -fe w scraps of reliable intelligence which hab--ahd' :gi?Wig?sinice oiur? ,. i Jr, M .,James W.,alsh,has .received ia simple of gold fromi:a partner of his at Spring, Creek .the ,prodluce of·.t-ne in (oifwashilig st:iff-i -h::e-gold is1 'da?k coloured and very coarse ,nd nugPptt' ; it wemnghms exaitly one pennyweight. The finder of this sample states that osome o?f the, pa ties on' thes4ig gings d .strugck. u pon, quartz ,reef sannd were:- gone, to Adelong to fetch " Mi?ers RIights :H e:,.'adds tbat the?' ?vere hlbout '1'50O fdin"t tw6rlk a~nd cihat fees "iiiY'hikxis em'. pouriug n, l.dad3[....t.i that ,numbers oPf ggers,?ere coming in from the Adelong . Although nothing avoniderful, ihidf yet been "done the general impression oin the grouilid einedito be~t: tlcttese diggings sould turn out st.?'ac.oii.. .' '- I
LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 18 June 1859
I~~` Iti, OFt'UBMMLDI tfihR'' .Pi~df I i ~i~o4'ii T''2w'~ 's . - iii; D ug'lass,J A . t l ici'ro·ii * a i mi i i ii0 i al iii' *! i ·.. Eogasher, Mr.-i ·;joi~uir·it·i . ttav --"w~ankIn,.Wlham.~ .. or ilii 'Gdls; Johnri2.fr 11 hrr!is ~ia- a · ';·:·rltouhamT i ~ltou't ug n,1itbr ·il'~ i ·(;ji : * fi i .HarneyJoliniribrraof 1i· sr· 'Jo tlaribon Whll~ans, Jiiii * i, .. John~son, !lTsil.afl'iilr'l'! ?f ,0 'hi·t *fi -ii 'a; c.' ]edwd'c"'John iv;,·l iroirifriiir~i Hli M~i~e,RIoite~tvrilllar. lllcoin, I et'erfi~isi'd, '1 1F * Murp~liypi;;sJhaei~ri tf~iiii' Modntfhrt, Mrn~i /~ Ii,·ji ~ii a.d~i -slit·; I Oaklely, OhaLqq1 m t ~ . *Oaithwastc, Russell, Thom~s~lj .i V ~,,ii Step'hen, S srgmsns j;isi .1. Ssaopford, Iam~csWteitee Welsh, Jam~es,,.,, iii Ti Wyatt ,~ Allen !-li ·:1''
Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY. EAST SYDNEY ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 18 June 1859
latest *t iteHtIe . c EA: * AS isSYDNEY ELE C;rioN ,,i' *· DEICJAnATIOoN OF TIISi^P .-Th e HIedrald~?is&y'Ls"tr. ?iiP aide forward amid very.general cheeriig. I tHe?.hadl (toldlthemthe previous evening' tht ,he, had little dpubt,:tl.iheiretairn'he had ,read,:,tos them~ l.on;,that';occs'ibn wVas a!'a: correct .'dne. 'r i''"The '.Iexan-iinatOIp of the' mornig had confirmded that opiniui, and it onlyw remiained, for him to declare the names of the,' canL didat'es and their position in th'epoll ,, .i l. . • m Cowp:.er . ........ .......... 206 Black .i,,...... .. ......... .,;682 Par.cest.i......,........... £' 1654 Martin*, j.............. Jia 1649 Kemp :ii..................?.nil117 S Driver.,. ...............i..iil201 | . nAlen.............. .... ,.o.-.-.-......--569 --. - W'cntworthy;: y...'.:.r ... .... 300 Benbow .....'.... ....... .. ,20 SIIether?i?effl declared Ch0a1lef'owper, 1 Esq:.aLohn:Black,'Esqep h ryiParkdBi Esq., and James! Martin, 'Esq., elected as *membeirs to r...
LONDON WOOL REPORT. APRIL 16, 1859. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 18 June 1859
LONDON WOOL DREPORT. :.:; ' , :, J r I L- 16, 1850(V:i i Y , Sh.. i o i ,isitt.- e .)il , wl co mence on the 28th:April, the arrivals to date-.consisting, o-62Q0- bales Au stiali;n: 25,698 hlales PoittPhilihp 31iJ0 bales VanDiemeni's-Laii d,;i0,718 bales Adelaide. 4996 bales Oape; total, 47 11;2 bales'j idd w'hich'Ea Pyrobily jeg augmiiiten toe 75,7 000 ba les The dulnes?ir observabl: ?since the close of last salesa has continuedl-alid? scarcely anycontraicts have bheenadf ie in our market: CThe few woals h'elnl :secoidd ih'iids coufld hivb beein in'ed at last sale ratesb.ut exceptifo:cebrtaifl descriptions tmucherequiredf&r'iimme nn dliat~e:rd6isimptiioni, l?e?infi i ihli _ li~s"erd·Cti~j3giftfap fadvcl a nce. Lrum"O" '0841 ~,;F!,,~'i of Pai'ii at;p "±ea?.?5QjQn o l amea~int jand the serioiusa e4gStofA-puhitical affairs 5??9f1c.hf9i9 thiroPi, 'gsinomn overi ur market, the effoct o which wlill no doubt be felt.a? ,t~, iensui.ng sales Buyers will be very gai.tious in all oper...