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THE BREWER'S LAST BREW. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 1 October 1859

THE BREWEIR'S LAST BREW THERE are people in the world who delight in believing themselves the innocent victims of unjuist persecution, who start in life with a dogged deter mination " not to bLe put iupon," but who, nevertheless, during their entire existence, constantly believe them selves the butts at which cruelty ant oppression invariably level their shafts; in a word, they like to be martyrs, and in order to obtaiui that pity from the world which is " akin to love," systematically strive to demonstrate how the world is perpetually ill-treat ing them. Such a man is MIr. Alfred. Bradbury, of Quncanbeyan,-a harmless inoffensive individual,--a good citizen in many respects,-only he will be a martyr. Mr. Bradbury is a manulfacturer of that peculiar beverage which is in discriminately known as " stringy bark," "sudden death," and "colonial ale," or, as he would inform you, in those tones so sweet to the Liberals of Queanbeyan, "' he registers hisself a brewer." The elections being ov...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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THE TRANSFER OF LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 1 October 1859

TIIE TRANSFER OF LAND. ANOxALOUS as are many of our English laws, and incomprehensible in their perversity as are not a few of the provisions of our boasted Constitution, none are more strangely at variance with reason and common sense than those which relate to the transfer of land. While a man can buy or sell £100,000 worth of Government Sec rities, Bank, Railway, or any other shares with eise, at a trifling expense, and in the course of a few minutes, if he wishes to purchasd or dispose of h single acre of land he must resign himself fo the nnavoidable necessity of dancing attendance upon an indefinite number of lawyers, during a space of time which may extend itself from weeks to months, and from months to years;-he must be content to be engulphed in a sea of conveyances, wills, abstracts, mortgages, releases, &c., &c., and, if he is fortunate, after having expended an immensity of time, all-his patience, and one-third of the value of the property, he may become ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 1 October 1859

BIRTH. On the 28th of September, at Wine Cottage, Gregadoo, Mrs. Charles Nixon of a daughter. THE Wagga Wagga Express. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1859.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 October 1859

goice 69Iourt.t (Before the Polico Magistrate.) MoNDaY, OcTonna 3rd. Mlana?-.-Thomas Gartwright was again brought up, charged with having murdered his wife, but owing to the continued absence of a witness whose testimony is very impor tant, be was farther rcmanded for a week. WTo believe some nlue has been obtained to the whereabouts of the missing witness, and should he be in attendance, the case will probably be gone on with on MBonday next.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 October 1859

CHURCH OF ENGLAND, WAGGA WAGGA. A MIEETING will be held on TUESDAY ¥EVENING next, the 11th October instant, at 7 o'clock, p.m, at the Court-house, Wagca Wagga, to review the state of the Church Fund, and to take steps to increase the amount at the disposal of the Committee. All interested persons are earnestly requested to give their attendance. F. A. TOMPSON, Honorary Seoretary. October 6th, 1859. CATTARH. T HE UNDERSIGNED will engage to stop the Catarrh in any fleck of Sheep, in Four WVeeks or less; and such sheep that will necessarily be drawn out of the flock during that time, will be entirely cured with very few exceptions. No person need apply that cannot put the sheep on high grounds, oak hills or ranges will be preferred; they must also have a clean run to put the sheep on when cured. For further particulars, apply to the undersigned, at the station of Thomas Darlow, Esq., Mangoplar, any time after the 7th November next. 3 RO?BRT STUART. TO STOCKHOLDERS, PUnOCRHASERS OF SHE ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 October 1859

*rmpournbings. (lirom tChe Government Gazette, September 30.) AT NornTn ?W?aA WAGGA, on the I1th day of Sep tember, 1850, from Toyo, by Mr. John Clark; damages and driving Os. pdr lead:-Strawberry steer, AG near rump and- ribs ; white . heifer saoe brand; spotted steer, same brand; yellow heifer calf, same braid " spotted steer, same brand; cow, same brand; red cow, spotted white face, same brand; spotted heifer calf, unbranded; spotted poley cow, same brand; yellow poley bullock, same brand; brindle cow, same brand; brindle cow, white back, same braud; broan and white cow, same brand; ,magpie heifer, same brand; blindle cow, JA off ribs and 3 with AG; white poley bullock, AG near ump and ribs; roan cow, GI. near ribs, AG off rump; blcu steer, AG near rump lind- ribs; brindle cow, same brand; red-bullock, same brand; red cow, same brand; red steer, same brand ; red hleifer, same brand; red stag, same brond;, spotted cow, suame brand; red lleifer, same brand; whlite cow, same brand; ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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General Cpitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 October 1859

(*nemm ~pi o)Ue of AJb)w^. The Government have declared their inten tion of supporting Dr. Lang's motion for Triennial Parliaments. On Wednesday, the 28th ultimo, Mr. Robertson brought forward the long-pro mised Government Land Bill. nr. Joseph Dhanis, the Hanoverian Consul at Sydney, whose name has lately become ;jpmewhat notorious in connection with that li3,aron Hainess for passing spurious cheques '-ild promissory notes, again appears in the list of insolvents. It is not very long since he failed for £30,000, but this time his liabilities only amount to between £500 and £600. The Secretaryship of Lands and Public Works having been divided, Mr. Edward Flood has been appointed Secretary for Pub lie Works. Rumour says that the reason Mr. Suitor resigned his seat was his unwillingness to sit as the colleague of Mr. Cummings. After a considerable number of witnesses being dragged over to Goulburn, the great arson case at Deniliquin has been remanded till the next assizes. It is proba...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 October 1859

THRASHING "OR TH?E ENSUTNG SEABiN. FORD) & WEST VILL IIHAVE A' SIX-HORSE POWER COMBINED THRASHING AND DRESSING MACHINE. -THE WIIHEAT TO RUN OUT OF THE BPOUT INTO TIHE BAGS. NOTICE. 'RiIE Undersigned cautions all Persons ~from Sputting horses in his paddocks without his authority, as they shall be turned out. Three shillings per week per head for all ,horses allowed in. THOMAS BYRNES. Australian IIHotel, Wagga Wagga, September 30, 1869. NOTICE. ' LL CATTLE running oh the South A Bank of the Murnmbidgee with the following brands I, the undersigned, claim as I my property. Any body having any of the same brands will please to let me know at Mr. Boon's Commercial Hotel: WV\ D off rump and ribs WD off rump and ribs gK (conjoined) off rump and ribs J V offrump -S off ribs OR near rurp AIl near ribs (IE (conjoincd) off rump and ribe AC near and off rump. .4 WILLIAM WALTER DAVIS. Wagga Wagga. NOTICE AND CAUTION. HIIE Undersigned hereby begs to caution Sall persons from purchasing an...

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Poetry. BREAKING THE ICE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 October 1859

'poett! . BREAKING THE ICE. BY GEORGE MOORE. It was going out a walking, tOut a walking with my mother, T'hat first took me into courting, And for me ahusband got; Now, had I gone out a walking With my father, or my brother, There would have been no flirtation, And I should have married not At that season married not. For, you see, 'twas thus it happened: Weothatis, I and my motlher Being weary, warm, and thirsty, Wenttnto a pastrycook's; There we sat, with others, gazing Furti~ly at one another, With a "Who-are-you?" expression. Very speculative looks: Very grave and ghostly looks, So we sat, in solemn silence, Having ordered two pine-ieds, Which we scraped with great precision, And a modest mincing air; And we took two wedgy slices Of that primrose tinted pound-cke Which the little children covet, And is always lying there: Temptingly inviting there. ell, as my ice was scraping th a spoon, in dainty dalliance, my mother closed her eyelids or the cold her teeth had bitten), w refle...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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THE IMPERIAL DESPATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 October 1859

THE IMPEl IAp b DEQSPTCrI.--LoUI S Napoleon appears as fully alive to the disparity of lineal honours existing between himself and his rival as the Austrians are thlemselves. He writes home with all the fiery vanity of a triumphant adventurer whose foot is on the neck of ancient pride. Part of this tone is simply theatrical, designed to suit the Parisian stage. Part is amusingly self-conscious --" I have passed the night in the room occupied on the morning of the battle by the Emperor of Austria." The French E nperor has at last reachedthe pinnacle of human glory-he has slept in a real Emperor's bed! Let us hope that they gratified his vanity, and gave him the real Emperor's knives and forks as well. A prophetic vision' comes upon us of the next battle and the next telegraphic despatch. The Emperor is so reticent on some points and so communicative on others that the mes sage can but wear one form:-" Head Quarters.-The Emperor to the Em press. Great conflict, great victory. We have ...

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CROSS-BREEDING OF SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 October 1859

CROSS-BREEDING OF SHEEP. -Mlr. James Crisp, of Yaloak Vale, Bacchns Miarsh, writes the following letter to the Editor of Bear's Circular? and ura'l Ecolnomist, which goes far to confiri an opinion we have long held, that much might be done to im prove the size and gquility of the mut ton in these colonies without materi ally deteriorating from the qcpality of the wool: 'From the number of paragraphs and letters which have lately appeared in your circular, relating to cross breeding, and rather in particular to mine, and from the slight discussions on the subject which took place at the Skipton Show, on tlie 9th, I am in duced to offer you a few remarks on the subject, trusting to your indul gence for their insertion. When a prudent and practical man enters on the occupation of the land, either in the old country or the new, I ,take it for granted that he carefully examines into its present state and its capabi lities. In the old country he may probably find it producing rushes, fusr...

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MR. BRADBURY'S CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 October 1859

lMR. BRIADBURY'S CASE. WE last week called attention to the late seizure, by thile police here, of two drays laden with Colonial Ale, manu fnactured by, and the property of Mr. Alfred Bradbury of Queanbeyan; in our remarks, however, we rather in tended to redicule the absurd letter which Mr. Bradbury had published isi a contemporary, than to discuss the points at issue. But now that the matter has taken another lphase, and that the honorable Member for Argyle has, in his place in Parliament, de manded the production of all the papers in the case, with the avowed object of "altering tlhe law if neces sary," it behoves us to revert to the subnject and to consider the real merits of the question, and the probable effects of the alteration in the law, contem plated by Mr. Murray. In the first place, it is very clear to us from the language which Mr. Murray is reported to have used when applying for the production of the papers, that the real facts of the case were misrepresented to him,...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 October 1859

THE WACQA WAGCA EXPRESS, AND GENERAL .PRINTING OFFICE, SoUT WAOGA WAGo(iA. PLATN AND ORNAMENTAL PRINT 1NG, in otvery variety and style, with the utmost despatch. Posters at a few hours notice. Handbills, Business Announcements, Ifer chants', Auctioneers', and Tradesmen's Busi noess Circulars, Cards, and Bill Headings, neatly displayed. Pjunphlot4, Club Articles, and Society ciports, correctly diud neatly executed. 'Every other description of Letter-press printing executed in a superior style. NEW SOUTH WABLES STUD BOOK. fJUST 1ITBLISHED. TIHE STUD BOOK OF NEW SOUTH SWALES, containing the Pedigrees of the Blood Stock of the Colony from the earliest dates to the present time. The Stud Book, which is published under Sthe patronage of his Excellency the Governor fGerIttal, hdB intiealy received the approval and support of the principal stud-masters in eow South Wales, and of all the loading embers of the Australian Jockey Club. OresIoNs oF TI?E PRESS. S* * "TIhe result is a volume which...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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MELBOURNE. CHAMPION RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 October 1859

MIEL BOURNE. CIIAMPION RAGES. WTe abridge the reportin the Argus of Monday. "' Buttits timeto re-visit the saddling paddock, where the clothing is being already removed from the eighteen horses yet remaining in the Champion race, Zingara having been scratched after thle Handicap. Alice Hawthorn was the first out, and was loudly cheered as she took her canter past thile stand. Critics said she :was a little too fleshy, but as she is never trained very fine we think there was not mudch fault to find with her condition. Tom boy seemed in tolerable fettle, though evidently short of wbrk. IIHe wore a bandage on the shaky leg, and was taken down the course at the gentlest of canters by MIonaghan under whose able guidance he was placed. Mr. Redwood's trio emerged nearly together, the mares being perfect pic tures, and the old horse in very fine racing form. Sir Herculles and Quick stop followed. The black horse is a very showy animal, and had a coat as sleek as satin. His admirers were mor...

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ARRIVAL OF THE BENARES WITH THE AUGUST MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 October 1859

ARRIVAL OF TIHE WITH TIIH AUGUST MAILS. We copy the following from the Border Post: ABDICATION OF THIE DUKE OF TUSCANY. DISQUIETUDE OF FRANCE. RETURN OF ¶HE FRENCII ARMY. ILLNESS OF THE KING OF PRUSSIA. MINISTERIAL CRISIS AT VIENAA, &c. Nepean Bay, 5th October, 1859. The English Mail Steamer "Benares" arrived in Nepaul Bay yesterday at noon, left Aden on the 3rd September, bringing English papers to the 18th August. Peace continues. Parliament was prorogued on the 14th August. The following are the leading fea tures in the Continental history : Returned to France 80,000 troops. Political reorganization of Italy is going on. Announcement of disarmament in the French Army and Navy has been made At the close of July the relations of England and France assumed a very threatening appearance. Official Jour nals evinced a disposition to fasten a quarrel on us, in respect to our Na tional Defences, which were repre sented as an affront to our Ally. French press has directed an attac...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 October 1859

~IovaI *~uteliigeure.. Tire STEa?Ern.-The Albury, Captain John son, arrived on Wednesday evening about 6 p.m. and left again on Thursday for Gundagai, whecre she was to leave the steam saw mill which is' going to Adelong and sundry other goods. Captain Johnson had but a very small quantity of goods consigned to this place, but on Thursday' morning he "traded," ias the Yankees call it, to some extent with our storekeepers. Further experience, how over. onily serves to confirm the general im pression that the uncertainty which at present attends the movements of the steamers com pletely destroys any benefit we might derive from their occasional visits and renders the navigation of the Murrumbidgee, as hitherto carried on, rather a curse than a blessing. Tire Co.lsrEtecun Be.K.-- During thie week Mr. Napier the Manager of thIe Com mericial Bank has paid a visit to 'Wagga Wagga with a view we believe to the re institution of the Asency here, which was f'or so long a period carried on ad...

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GARLAND AND BINGHAM'S WEEKLY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 October 1859

GARLANBD AND BINGHAl'S 'WEEKLY REPORT. TrE market for store stock continues dull, and breeders being somewhat bare of stock and anticipating higher prices in a short time, are by no means desirous of selling at present rates. About Deniliquin there are several draughts yet for sale, and, until prospects are brighter, Iorerlanders decline .to operatefur ther. They complain, too. that the rates and terms of payment recently prevailing in the Southern markets have materially cramped their resources Even good bullocks have been diffioulot of sale at anything like remu nerative rates. In the Northen Dibstricts bullocks may be quoted at 62s. to 63s.; bul locks and steers, 65s. to .60w.; mixed cattle, over two years, 40s to 42s.; and from six months upwards, 3ls. There are some drafts of store sheep offer ing, but the rates are considered too high. The unfavourable advices, per Benares, of the London wool market will not tend to improve prices. Except the sale by us of an unimproved Run wi...

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 — 15 October 1859

MELBOURNE STOCK MARKET. - FAT CArrL-. -A limited supply; prime bul locks brought from £10 to £15, cows £8 to £15; second quality bullocks; £7 to £12, cows £6 to £8. STORE C.ArrTLE.--Very little doings the sup ply is far beyond the demand. I have sold a lot of 909 bullocks, delivered on the Billabong, at £4 10s., on termsequal to a six-months bill. FAT SHEEP.-There has been a large supIply greatly in excess of demand. Prhne wetherg 14s. to 20s.; others according to quality. STORE SHEEP.-O?thing doing. STOCK AND STATIONs.-I have disposed of two stations on the Lachlan with 2000 head of cattle at £6 per head, one-third cash, CHAR. BROWN, Stock and Commission Agent. 33, Bourke-street WVest, Melbourne, 10th October,; t1~59.

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THE RACE AND THE ORACLES. Done in dog-grel, by Toby. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 October 1859

THE RACE AND THE ORACLES. Done in dog-grel, by Toby. " No prophet's one in this country." A noble secret art is that Which leads a man to judge, sirs, The issue of a coming race; Though some folks call it fudge, sirs. But who can doubt its potency In view of those predictions Which last week burst upon the town, And now are known as-fictions ? Bow, wow, wow I A rtcing tip calt-nover liip, Bow, Wow, wow. The Anoos atnck to To, and The AaRlvowed by Tlus Moos, sirs. BOLLu'S LIFE had hlnlf a dozen tips In order to make sure sirs, But out of all the horses named, So wretched was their luck sirs, That not a prophet'mong them thought r0f naming FLYING BoOK, sirs, Bow, wow, wow, Not one had stuck to RLE.IO BooK, Bow, wow, wow, And Mr. Puecn,t-oh! what a lark, He.said that STnOP would win, sir And what is more the old man put Upon tle'horse some tin, sirs. Oh I master had.you bu have coma To Toby he'd have told you, Some news'frem,vWlliamstown which would Hlave quashed.the news that sold you...

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Poetry. From the Melbourne Punch. THE TRIUMPH OF THE FLYING BUCK. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 October 1859

o0 etrg. ----+ From tlhe Atelbourne Punchl. THE TRIUMPH OF THE FLYING BUCK. A Iay of the Great COlhamln ion Sweestakcs, written under peculiar circumstances. Our sporting contributor havins won a d20 sweep on the Great Champion Race, became so excited on the field, on Saturday, that he was taken charge of by the police, and forwarded to town, free of expense, in one of thle vehicles provided for such cases. 'llh following lay was written with a piece of chalk on the inside of the duoo, of the van, aid we have to acknowledge the cour tesy of our old friend, PoliCeman X, who got the "copy" taken off its hinges and forwarded to our oltico: Ho! typos deft, prepare ye, Ho! l'oby clear the way, The while we write, in lines of white, The triumphs of this day. While flows the Yarra Yarra,· While standeth Batman's Hill, The first day of October Shall have much honour still. Gay is the first of Juiy, And the twenty-first of May, But the Buck's neat take, of the Champion's Stake Shall mark our...

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