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"THE DESPERADO." A FRAGMENT. [FOUND NEAR THE POST OFFICE, AT SOUTH WAGGA WAGGA.] [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 10 September 1859

"THE DESPERADO." A FRAGMENT. --- . ?POUND NEAR TRE POST OFFICE, AT BOUTH VWAGGA WAGGA.] ******* :O'er sweet Slogger Slogger deep slumber was shed; t.ho town slept in moonshine, the townsfolk in bed; ~h?e noisie.t "Squatters' " was stilled in the hush, -nd the bettors at "Boon's" Ihad retired from tle lush. lkenc all without, as 'twas all still within, the "Australiat" had ceased to draw grog or take tin; Add the fair Murrumbidgco n silver rolled by, Flaolshig back tle soft light tlhat was showered from on ly the moon, as slle sailed through an "unruffled" sky. The nice shingled cottages, whitewashed and gay, Looked more lovely still than in broad glare of day, And even the bark-covered bothles appeared Enrolled in a beauty that charmed and cheered. The Post Office clock, with monotonous click, Wlhich told, Time, like others, went mulch upon tick. hle lorig hour of midnight had just drifted by, When, waking from sleep with a start and a cry, A fair lady tweaked her liege lord by the ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST NEWS FROM CHILI. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 10 September 1859

LATEST NEWS FROM CHIL. The Empire of Wednesday pub ;lishesthe following telegram :- News has arrived from Chili:to the end of May. The forces of Govern ment have been vietorious at Coquim bo and General Galo. has. fled. The coivil war is therefore for the present concluded. Another account says that Galo is at the head of 1500 insurgents in the neighbourhood of Copiopo.\ The:mar ket for breadstuffs was easy, and all the Chilian ports were again open to commerce. An outrage had been com mitted by the Chilian Government on an American brig, and this seemed likely to cause trouble between the American and Chilian Government. The papers report a great balloon journey on a new principle. The balloon.travelled from St. Louis to the state of New York, and accomplished the journ.y, ?1.00 miles, in 15 hours.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Wagga Wagga Express.) On Board "The General Jackson," Off Gurwood-street, September 9th, 1859. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 10 September 1859

S troesponbence. 4 (To the Editor of the Wagga Wagga .a re px On Board "The General Jackson," Off Gurwood-street, September 9th, 1859. DEAR Mr. EDrITOR-"Is there no virtue extant?" Some "malignant" has beenpoison ing the mind of my governor, or a.lterating his grog, or prophesying that r.ill be "brought up" in Gurwood-street. )doing some other " owdachus" thing, for eon evi dently angry with me for the manner in which I endeavoured to fight his battle for him in my letter of the 20th Augot I assure you, Mr. Editor, I feel deeply hurt by his "insinivations." He says, when Iwrote that letter, I was "half seas over!" I am a male "Niobe," Mr. Editor, this precious minute, and the tears of injured innocence are undergoing such a rapid distillation. thatthey are not only chasing one another downi my cheeks, but are actually running by each other! But this is the way every liberal minded, public-spirited, independent, unsel fish, candid, and veracious man is treated now-a days! See how Cha...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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THE MINISTERIAL CRISIS LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 10 September 1859

THIE MINISTERIAL CRISIS LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (By Electri Telegraph.) Mr. Murray had not succeeded in forming a Ministry and Mr. Cowper's Government was again in power. Our correspondent, dating from Sydney on Thursday at 6 p.m., says--" A very full house is debating a motion of Mr. Cowper's to rescind the resolution passed on Parkes' motion. - It is likely that the debate will last over this evening, but it is pretty sure that the Cowper party will prove victorious."

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 — 10 September 1859

ommetircial. MELBOURNE STOCK MARKET. FAT CAITLE.-Tho supply though smuller than thatof two or three previous weeks, was ncvertheless ini excess of requirement. This circumstance, added to tile comparative inferiority of the cattle, and the butchers being already well-stocked, caused prices to range somewhat lower, except for first quality; but towards the close of the week, some prime bullocks fetched from £10 to d5l cows, £7 to £13. Second quality, bullocks, 40 10s. to £8 I0s.; cows, E5 to ?6 10s. STORn CArrLo.--The dry weather still deters pur chasers from coming forward freely, and sales ave been difficult to effect at the prices and on terms asked. My sales of this kind of stock, have been 870 bullocks at £4 12s. Od., delivered near Swan Hill, j cash, remainder 6 months. FAT SHIEP.-No first-class sheep came forward: the supply of second and inferior ample. The best wethers brought 20s. to 22s., and ewes, I8s. to 17s. STonR Sneep--I have no sales to report. Good sound wethers are...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Police Court. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3rd. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 10 September 1859

lJolwe eourt. -o- SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3rd. (Before the Police Magistrate and John Lupton, Esq.) CATTLr STEAINO. - William Walter Davis was rbrought up on remand, charged with stealing cattle. The former depositions having been read, Jacob Marks was sworn, and deposed that he was a licensed butcher in Wagga Wagga, and had been carrying on business as such till the 2nd of August last; had bought some cattle from the prisoner. A number of notices which had been served by the witness upon the'Inspector of Slanghter houses were then put in, the witness speci fying which of the notices referred to cattle that had been purchased from Davis. Prisoner never told witness where he got the cattle trom; when witness has nsked him about it, he would say that he had released them from the pound; knew that this was the. case; never asked to see prisoner's authority, and it never, was shown to him; all the cattle sold byprisoner were not released from the pound; witness 'knew nothing about the priso...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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HOW TO CULTIVATE ONE HUNDRED ACRES OF LAND. To the Members of the Villiers and Heytesbury Agricultural Association. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 10 September 1859

H?W TO CULTIVATE ONE HUNDRED ACRES OF LAND. To the Members of the Villiers and Heytesbur!/ .Agricultural Association. As regards the best method of cul -jjjting 100 acres of land, I think the ifowing would be found both econo mTi ala?fprofitable. I shall suppose the land to have been cultivated in the style common to this district, for at least eight or ten years : The first thing would be to have the land divided, if not already done, into say six paddocks of the following dimensions, viz. : four of 20 acres each, andtwo of 10 acres 'each. The firs1 year I would fallow two of the 20 ac e paddocks, selecting the most inferior *nd foul, sow 40 acres of Wheat on the best lots, one 10 acre paddock with oats, and the other 10 acreswith Barley and Potatoes. One team of fair farm horses ought to be sufficient to. work 100 acres of land, all the Wheat ought' Sto be sown by 1st June, as also the 'Barley, say four acres for horse feed a~nd green stuff. Sow Oats, and y'h Potatoes by 1st July....

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Intelligence. THE BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 10 September 1859

;docal Inteigence. THE BRIDGE. A meeting was held on Tuesday, pursuant to advertisement, at Byrnes's Hotel, to con sider the preliminary steps which it was necessary to take towards getting a pontoon bridge built here over the Murrumbidgee. The attendance was good, Henry Baylis, Elsq., P1'.M., occupied the chair, and there were present also Messrs. H. WVallace, J. G. Church, P. A. Tompson, G. Forsyth, Dr. Levy, J. Skinner, Chas. Wall, J. McIntosh, Jas. Cald well, John'Fcnnell, F. B. Price, T. Byrnes,J. Mardoeh, C. Hopper, WV. Munroe, and some fifteen or twenty others whose names we didn't kn3w. The Chairman having ex plained the objects of the meeting, Mr. For syth moved, and Mr. WVallace seconded the first resblution " That in the opinion of this meeting, the traffic throughithe town of Wagga Wagga renders it imperative that the transit over the river Murrumbidgee should ba.easy and con tinuous, and to this end it is highly desirable that a pontoon bridge should be constructed capa...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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PARTY GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 10 September 1859

PARTY GOVERNMENT. THE late disruption,-or we might rather say the utter disintegration of Political Parties, that has taken place in Britain of late years, and the various. Cabinet crises, which have arisen in almost all of the Australian colonies since the inauguration of Responsible Government, have induced an opinion which has been plausiblytheorized and ably argued by one of the most infin erntial of our colonial journals: viz., that it is as impolitic, as it is impracti cable, to carry on our Public Admin istration by the mutual antagonism of Constitutional Parties. The singular and sudden, though we believe acci dental combination which overthrew the former Government of Lord Pal merston, and the late defeat of his successor Lord Derby, after a confi dent appeal to the country, clearly indicate how great are the difficulties with which, in these days, a British Cabinet has to contend, and warn us also of the dangers which may arise to the country from those unlooked for exigen...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 10 September 1859

THE WACCGGA WACGGA EXPRESS, AND flENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, ~ SoUTr WAoo. WA?eA. DLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PRINT [ 1NG, in every variety and style, with the utmost despatch. Posters at a few hours notice. IIandbills, Business Announcements, Mer chants', Auctioneers', and Tradesmen's Busi ness Circulars, Cards, and Bill Heatings, neantly displayed. Pamphtelets, Club Articles, .an'd Boeiety Reports, correctly and neatly executed. Every other description of Letter-press printing executed in a superior style. NEW SOUTH WALES STUD BOOK. JUST PITJLISHEJI). TlIE STUD BOOK OF NEW SOUTH [W ALES, containing the Pedigrees of the Blood Stock of the Colony from the arliest dates to the present time. The Stud Book, which is published under t?r atronage of his Excellency the Governor Gd ral, has already received the approval sisupport of the principal stud-masters in -V c\South Wales, and of all the leading cembers of the Australian Jockey Club. OPINIoNs OF THE PRESS. * * * " The result is a volume which...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 10 September 1859

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. WOOL MARKET.--SinCBe the last prices sales have been effected at ld. per pound profit (rise 2), owing to the termination of the war. . The next sales were to begin on 21st July. No less than 93,000 bales on hanlid. HIDEs.-There has been little busi ness done in Australia, one farthing per pound decline 'being sibmitted to. Tallow is depressed. Australian has been'sold at 55 and' 56 for the best. :Exports have: been very heavy compared with June twelvemonth. Sixteen ships had cleared for MIel bourne.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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THE JULY MAILS FROM EUROPE. ARRIVAL OF THE EMEU, IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. PEACE DECLARED. LOMBARDY ANNEXED TO SARDINIA. We copy from the Argus of Tuesday. Adelaide, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 10 September 1859

THE JULY MAILS FROMI EUROPE. ARRIVAL or? IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. PEACE DECLARED. LOMBARDY ANNEXED TO SARDINIA. We copy from the Argus of Tues day. [F?O? OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Adelaide, Monday. The Emeu, Captain Munroe, arrived here at 1.10 a.m. She left Suez 28th of July, and was detained two days on the-passage, through breaking her air pump bucket. Her dates are-England, 18th July; Suez, 28th July; Aden 3rd August; Mauritius,16th August; KingGeorge's Sound, 31st August. The Northam arrived at the MIauri tius August 7. A Treaty of Peace was declared at Villa Franca on the 12th of July, be tween France and Austria. The treaty provides: That Lombardy shall be annexed to Sardinia. That Venice shall remain in the hands of Austria. That the Duchies of Parma, Modena, and Tuscany shall be restored to the Italians. And that they shall be constituted a confederation, of which the Pope is to be honorary President. The Peace is considered ignomi nious. Count Cavour and the Sar dinian Cabinet re...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 September 1859

: SYDNEY PRICES CURRENT. Ss.a. £s.d. IWOLo.-Falr to h est .... ~b, 1 - Inferior......... , ; Handwashed... , Nominal. Grease ......... , Locks, pteces,&c. ,, • Scoured ......... 0 S:HEPSE NS ..........",, 0' 0 O tO 0 0 9 TALL.ow.-Mutton ...... ton, 0 0 0 to i 0 0 Beef............,, 43 0 0 to4o 0 0 Station... 44...... 4 0 0 to 03 o 0 HIDEis.--Heavy ........ each, 0 18 .0 to 0180 Light............ . 0 to 0120 Ho'nNs. . ...h .... O00 1 20 to 1i10 0 SaieeoNsos.............. ton.-7 o0 0 to 90 0 0 CALFrKINa ............... 0 1 8 to 0 0 TIERCo BeEF ............ 3 U 0 to 3 10 0 HoRSaS. Stnunchheavydraught25 0 0 to 8050 0 Ditto light 1. 0 0 to 20 0 0 Ditto gig and saddle 10 0 0 to 20 0 0 Iitto light hackneys 6 0 0 to 10 0 0 FAT CarLe (alive)......~lO1001, 1 0 0 to 1 5 0 Cows.v-Milch .....:...... each, 0 0--0 to 8 0 0 CALveS .................... ,, 1 0 O to 3 0 0 Oses' (alive) 0. 10 0 to 1 0 0 PlasS (alive ............... , O 0 to 0 0 FLoo.--Firstquality . ~ton 28 0 0 to 20 0 0 Second...

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 — 17 September 1859

4lomtrmrrtial. MELBOURNE STOCK MARKET: Fat Cattlc.--Tlhis market during thepast week has been rather sluggish, the supplymoderate, but chiefly of second-class and inferior quality; the highest price obtained for bullocks being itt to £14 Is., and cows from -9 to £1 10s., others according to uality, while many of an inferior description fetched only store prices. Store Cattle.-The demand for this kind of stock re mains very slack, but a few days' heavy rain would most likely induce purchasers to come forward. I have no sales to report, but a small lot of cows, Sdelivered near Wagga Wagga at £3 per head. Fat Sheep.-A large supply, folly one half of which were prime and goodl quality. One lot of very superior wethers fetched 25s. each, others 22s. to . 23s., and ewes 16s. to 16s. Od. Several lots of inferior were not sold. Store Sheep-Verydullof sale, the unpropitious state of the weather operating against sales. 16s. to 16s. Od. for wethers, 12s. to 13t. for ewes. Horses.-The demand f...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Police Court. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 September 1859

olice (tourt. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. (Before the Police Magistrate.) OBTAInINe NOBBLERIS UNDER FALSE PRE TENCES.- Thomas William Ramsay was charged as above. James Caldwell, hotel keeper, deposed that the prisoner came into the Squatters' Hotel on Saturday evening and called for six glasses. These were served, when some three or four persofis came in, and prisoner called for four more glasses. Upon this, the barman observed that the first six glasses had not been paid for, when pri soner put his hand into hispocket, as though about to pullout the money, and said, "Draw on; I'll pay for them ;" but when the addi tional glasses had been served prisoner refused to pay at all. Witness accordingly gave the prisoner in charge. Ramsay was perfectly sober when this happened. Cross.examined: Had not seen prisoner spending any money at the bar. Did not hear prisoner ask to be released as he was prepared to pay. Prisoner might have said so, as witness went into the house after giving Ramsay in ...

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HORRIBLE CRUELTY TO A CHILD IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 September 1859

BQOEB1BLE CRUELTY TO A CHILD IN MELBOURNE. From the Argus. ,, Yesterday morning an extraordinary /case of kidnapping, attended by cir eumsatanee of unperalleled barbarity was brought to light. The case is Ofnlty.proaceed in atrocity by that of theLoEe'aes', which took placie in Lon donlin i t8? The facts. are these: On. the 10i ofAugust Mr. Joseph •Taylor, a respectable butcher residing at Collingwood, sent his son, about 12 Years 6f age, at about 7 o'clock in the evening, to the ofcee of this paper with an advertisement. The boy hav ing given it in, was returning home, when, whilst looking at some pictures in Swanston-street, he was accosted by a man, who asked him if he wanted a job. The boy, wishing to know what it consisted of, was told if he would hold a horse in a. car close by he would receive 6s. and a new cap. He 'agreed, and took hold of the reins of a horse standing in a spring-cart near at hand, whiph was indicate4' by the man as being his own. The man then rei quested h...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 September 1859

iocat Hutelligence. THe MECHANICS' INSTITUTE.-lTh Secre tary and Treasurer of this Institution have both sent in their resignations, on the ground of their being about to quit.Wagga Wagga, and a special meeting of the committee is convened for this evening to fill up the vacan cies thus created. A strong impression pre. vails, and we think justly, that it was a mistake in starting this Society to. begin by raising a subscription towards a building fund, and that if the money had been sub scribed for the purchase of books, maps, &o., &e., we should by this time have had a very fair library, and more real inducements to offer to the public. "Itescission" of votes being the order of the day, we should be glad to see a general meeting called forthe purpose of altering the proposed employment of. the subscriptions. SPronTIN.-The match announced hi our last between Lucretia and Whitefoot came off on Saturday last. Whitefoot was generally fancied though there was little or ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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THE PLAY OF PARLIAMENT. CHORUS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 September 1859

THE PLAY OF PARLIAMENT. -4- IBY HUGH K. WALKER. -4- CHORUS. The curtain's up, the play's begun, Where fools shall yield us oo for fun, And knaves, in rhetoric's florid rant, - Outpouring patriotic cant, Shall show how easy 'tis to ape,. In language, look, and outward shape, Each noble passion of the soul; And yet, while words tempestuous roll . 'From Indignation'a lofty mien, Dark frowning o'er the mimic scene, The speaker only plays a part Which moves thle cheated listner's heart, To scorn, or curse the actor's skill, That simulatoe its proudest thrill, To compass paltry oend, or aim, And on a falsehood found a fame. ACT I. SCENE I. COWPER, discovered seated on a sugar hogshead, _anked by a chest of ration tea. Enter PARKES, armed with a crow-bar. PARKES- False friend of the people descend from thy seat, Or quail for the doom thou art destined to meet; The days of thy dodging are numbered at length, And the people, thy dupes, now awaking in strength. No more will be hood-winked by ...

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PHOTOGRAPHS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 September 1859

PHo0ToGoAPnHs. -It may not be unwelcome intelligence to dome of our visitors this week, if we remind them that they have in Wa~a TWazga an opportunity of having their like. nesses taken in a style rarely surpassed even in Syduoy or Melbourne. Mr. Heath, whose studio is in Johnstone Street, will we are sure be happy to attend to any wishes in this line, and all who visit him may rely upon it that, they will leave with a very favourable impression of themselves. J3o0N ' ? IROUS. -This very.fa ou t com. pay arrived here last evening, t1 vili erform during the race-week in a /'n to be erected in front of the t Hotel. Full particulars of the perfor~ees will be published in the Bills of the ilay. OuR POLICE COURT.-As will be seen the length to which our Police reports t week extend, the business of this Court io, and for some time pest has been, rapidly in. creasing, and it is now high time that the Bench were supplied with a clerk to under. take the drudgery of writing depositions. When ...

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Impoundings (From the Government Gazette, September 6.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 September 1859

*mtipounbinga· (-rom the Government GaO:ette, Septemo er 6) eaaoG WAook, on the 30th of August, from Cun nlngdree, by H. (i. Lintott, lRq.: damages and driving 10s.each;-Bay itve, star, saddle and collar marked, GD over JB conjoined near shoulder, like EM off shoulder; chestnut horse, star, switch tail, broken In, ST off shoulder, W over B sideways near shoulder; chesnut mare, white legs and white face, short tall, broken in, BS or BS off shonldcr; roan mare, star, hind feet white, saddle marked, fore feet shod, like JMM conjoined near neck; dark bay or brown cult, small star, short tail, S near shoulder; bay horse, switch tail, D (writing capital) with " over and ille gible brand under ilear ashoulder. Also, on the 1st September, from Wagga Wagga by G. C. Pearson, 'Esq.; damages and driving 2s. 6d. each:-Black cow, illegible brand, like 2 off shoulder; red and white cow, like JM near rump, illegible brand off shoulder; red and white spotted cow, illegible brand off. rump, like T on...

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