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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 October 1859

*anpounlbng. (From tke G.overnment Galedte,. Octoer 4.) SoUnT GUNDAGAI, on the 20th of September, 1850, from J. Franklih, Adelong Creek i--Ilrown horse, star in forehead, saddle marked, like M'F near shoulder, aged, 13 hands high; bay horse, blaze dowp face, white feet. shor switch tanil, AN near shoulder, IR over T off shoulder, 4 years old, 13 hands high; brown filly, illegible brand off shoulder, 3 years old, 13 hands high; damages 8s. 6d. each. Ite-advertised :c-Strawberry cow, cock horns. off ear marked, aged, like HD off rump, triangle off ribs; strawberry bullock, hoop horns, like (AM conjoined off rump, blotch brand off libo, 4 years old; strawberry cow, near ear marked, no brand visible, 8 years old; black cow, white on rump, AC off rump, aged; white steer, red ears, near ear marked, - off rump, N off thigh, 3 years old; damages 4. 6d. each. Also, on the 20th,from Mr. McEIvoy's run, Tarrabandra; dsmges 8s. Od. cach:-Black mare, collar marked, scar off shoulder, white mark o...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REMARKABLE INCIDENT ON THE ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 October 1859

,EMAXARKABL15. INOIDINT ON .THE ROAD.--As two gentlemen, travellers for leading firms in Sandhurst, were proceeding on horseback at a smart trot from the Kiangaroo Flat Township towards (olden Square, just as they had passed Mr. Rodden's store, they heard behind them a chorus of Tip perary yells, such as lately enlivened the election at Kilmore. Thinking that some political demonstration was on foot, they wheeled their horses round and rode back a short distance, when to their great astonishment they found two Irishmen in the middle of the road, chasing and picking up a whole host of. bank notes, which the wind was scattering in all directions. By a very natural instinct one of the gentlemen immediately clapped his hand upon his pocket, and to his great relief found his notes all safe, His companion mechanically followed his example, and immediately exclaimed, " Good God! My notes are gone!" and threw himself off his horse to aid and help the zealous Irishmen who were collecting the...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 October 1859

EUROPEAN NEWS. (A?,ridg~ed from the Argus) Mr. James Wilson is to be sent out to India, in a financial capacity, and Mr. Labouchere 'is to be raised to the peerage. The public wool sales, which opened on the 2Ist of Juily, are still proceeding. An average rise of 2jd. to 3d. has been established. Abont 6.5,500 bales had been cleared up to the 17th of August, leaving 24,500 bales to malke the entire quantity arrived in time for sale. Of these about 4,000 to 5,000 bales are expected to be held over. Latest'quotations of tallow, 53s. to 54s. 9d. on the spot, and d5s. 6d. for three months. Australian hides are a shade lower. The steanm-ship Northam got on shore in the Red Sea, but was able to proceed, with her mails and passengers, and arrived at Suez on the 28th of August. From China we learn that on the 25th July the British naval forces un der Admiral Hope, had been repulsed in endeavouring to force a pas.age up the Peiho river with considerable loss. The total number of killed and w...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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GUNDAGAI. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 October 1859

GUNDAGAL [IrOM OUI. OPWN CORRESPONDENT.1 No steamer arrived. Business tolerably brisk. Case of "stiekin? up" at Coolac, about ten miles from Gundagai, on Saturday last. Be tween eight and nine pm., two persons, John Albott and John Smith, were stuck up and tied together, and then robbed by two men wearing masks and armed with revolvers. The unfortunates were robbed of £7 and a saddle and bridle. The robbers threatened to shoot theri if they attempted to move for two hours. The Gundagai troopers were soon after them, but at present the two desperadoes have not been taken. Intelligence has been received by telegraph from Yass announcing the demise of the Rev. C. Brigstock, for very many years Church of England clergyman at Yass. Last night a very severe thunderstorm passed over this town, and to day the wind as been blowing at times a complete hurri cane. Next month we are to have our annua races.

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CHINA. RENEWAL OF THE WAR—DISASTROUS DEFEAT OF THE BRITISH. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 October 1859

* 'CFIINA. RENEWAIF'F THE WAR -DISAS TROUS DEFEAT OF THE BRilTISH. (From the Calcitta .Eglishkma,, of August, 6.) The mail- b;ings most disastrous intPlligence of a renewal of the'war in China, for no purpose that we can- im' agine except to gratify a whim of the Admiralj who chose rather to attempt to force a passage by the usuaLchanne! of the Peiho, than to proceed by another which the Chinese authorities told him was open for him. A dis graceful defeat was the consequence, and the destruction of two -of the attacking squadron. How Admiral Hope will answer for this calamity we know not. We are informed that the Admiral was warned by the people at 'Hongkong'not to attempt the Peiho, as the Chinese were well prepared to oppose him. He ~has been guilty of the most dangerous of :faults in *ar, that of despising'his.eneiy.?.. It is 1h1 more mortifying lkecause'the ;Chini?se were evidently sincere; as .they "ive allowed the' Amelic4is Ambissador to pass up to Pekin lby the ptssage midi ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE STEAMER ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 October 1859

TUE STEAMER ALaBURY.-AS Was mentioned last week the Albury left Wagga Waggna on Thursday the 6th instant for Gundaganl, the river falling rapidly at the time. After numerous hair-breadth escapes and by dint of perseverance, Captain Johnson worked his way up as high as Mr. Lintott's station at Cunnindroo, where the Albury grounded firmlv. Finding that it would be extremely hazardous, if not impossible, to proceed to Gndagai, Captain Johnson determined to td he saw mill, crushing machine and . heavy machirieiy which he had on Sfor the Adelong, and did so safely ifter being lightened of her cargo the Albury foated again on and, Tuesdayabout noon once Inre reached WTagga Wagga. In the course ,,of the afternoon some 40 tone of stores were put on board for the stations down the river, a?d before daybreak on Wednesday morning the Albury had commenced her downward trip. As there is plenty of wool waiting the steamer's retutn, we trust she will have made a profitable run. Captain Johnson cal...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 October 1859

THE GOULBURN HOTEL. NATHAN MIIANDELSON R ESPECTFULLY informs his numerous friends and the public that he has re sumed possession of the GOULBURN HOTEL. which will henceforth be conducted under his personal superintendence. This establishment has uudergone a thorough renovation and re decoration. Every room is newly furnished, and in every particular comfort and conveni ence have been carefully studied. The Bar has been fitted up in magnificent style, with all the latest improvements; and the entire establishment will be lighted with gas. The Hotel, in short, will be replete with every re quisite, and in style and arrangement will be unequalled. The Proprietor has laid in a stock of WINES, SPIRITS, LIQUEURS, ALES, BEERS, &c., &c., all of the best possible description that judg ment could select or money procure. Having resided for the past five years in Sydney, he has had opportunities of becoming thoroughly acquainted with the import trade, and has availed himself of...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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IMPORTANT ASIATIC NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 October 1859

IMPORTANT ASIATIC NEWS. The .following iimportant news is supplied by an extra of the Bombay Timtes. "Bombay Times Office, Monday, Aiigust 8, ·1859.-The Constance, ILM. Indian Navy, arrived in harbour this morning, at 7.15. a.m.,.bringing important intelligence, is is believed, tfothe Indian Government. Brigadibr Cbghlan is shid to hav8 despatched the Constance in pursuance of orders from the Indian Government to forward the news instantly. Xie learn simulta neously that the -Russsians, under a convention with Persia, are marching 60,000 men upon Khiva, and that the Persians are concentrating their forces on the Turkish frontier.

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 — 15 October 1859

Felnura epirome of jEhi~.?. On the 4th, Mr. Parkes asked the Chief Secretary if he had leai'ned any further details as to the late massacre of Engli-hmen in New Caledonia, and whether it was true that two of the men were taken out of a boat as they rowed peacebly along the shte, and convicted on the unsupported testimony of two native Women .? Mr. Cowp~er was unable to refute or affirm the report alluded to. By a fetoolution carried against Mirnistere, by a majority of seven, on the same evening the Legislative Assembly decided that "the proposed separation of Moreton Bay from the colony of New South Wales is pr mature and inexpedient." Considering that the Governer of Queensland is now on his way to the new colony, this resolution has been arrived at somewhat late in the day. The House will probably next occupy itself with considering whether the invasion of Britain by Julius Coesar was justifiable or not. John Rodolph Gygax, a geologist of some repute, died suddenly on the 3rd ins...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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THE FINEST BUILDING IN RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 October 1859

T'I'ui FINEST BUILDI~O 1N RUSSIA. ---The finest building in Russia-in all Nrorthern Europe indeed-is the .t.hedral of St. Leask. Commenced iI the year 1826, in tile place of a for er structure erected by Cathlierine 11. ;d Paul, it received its final conse 'ation only a month ago. Thirty ;vo years of uninterrupted labour, 'acked by the unlimited resources of ,t e empire, were required to complete I!is gigantic work. Its cost is esti ..ated at 90,000,000 rubles, or ,:7,500,000 dollars, but a large slice . ut of this sum (as in our government .ontracts) may be put down as "pick ings and stealing." To make a firm ',undation in the swampy soil, piles to ;he value of a million dollars were .Iriven. Upon them rose a basement ,,f granite supporting a mighty struc ture in the form of a Greek cross crowned by a large huge dome of ,ildled iron. The design is simple and tajestic, and the various parts are so nicely balanced and harmonized that, at first sight, the cathedral appears snmaller th...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Police Court. MONDAY, OCTOBER 10. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 October 1859

V1ice Q ou-.rt: SfoNDAY, OcTrotiRn 10. (Before the Police Magistrate.) MvunDan.-Thomas Cartwright was again remanded for a' week, the witness required being still kept out of the way. HoI~sE-sTEALINo.-George .Thomas Fitz gerald,' who had been out on bail for a similar chaige, was again brolight ulp fr horse.stealing. The Chief Constable deposed that he learned on the previous day (Sunday) that the prisoner was offering a horse branded TA hear shoulder and JR off shoulder, with. broken knees and star in forehead, for ~ie; also heard that prisoner said he feartl the horse was "'not right," and that, he 'should bolt;" apprehended prisoner , about nine o'clock at uight, at the camp' liere he lived. Prisoner tried toslip away,?yhen witness rot to the camp, libu hi (witness') attention hav ing been called to hi.n as he was sneakitg of'?inong the treeae, he weas able to overt;alt?' him. Wlle ierk-fi a 'ithim to'the watch l .ii6. witness told Fitzgeurald'.the 'charge lie ie plied that iie'h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 October 1859

ChREAP STORES ! G REAT REPUCTION in all ? d?ds of weighty Goode at SWANSBRA'S .NEWV STORE, PUT. WAUoGA WA9OQA. .JOHN F. 8WANtSBRA. SY~pNEY OPTHALMIC INSTITUTION Aor-the Cure of Disenase of the Eye. Patron---SIR W. DENIso" .resident---SIm A. S.PH?.. Surgeon---Dr. BERN'CASTLJ. Apply from 9 to 11, to.Dr, & CASTLE, 22, Wynyara4 ,Se, , ~ ley. DAILY E NTS' & LADIES' SUMIMER CLOTHIING 1uUNT, BROWN, & Co.'s PATENT GQNTS' LIGHT LADIES' BONNETS CAPS ! &c. ALSO. A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OP AND G. FORSYTH, BSOUTH WAGGA WAGGA, FOR SALE, BY THE UNDERSIGNED,' a4 saEETr sr traLVA?sSp coN. RUGATED ZaON 36 .UNDI.ES, of 20 sheets each, GALVANISED TILES S BUNDLES, of 200 pieoes, 6 feet long, SPOUT'NATG, with Brack ets and Screws, comp?lete?. ALSO$ : . A QUAWTZTT O' StOGAPORl AND STDNEY CEDAR. GEORGE FORSYTH, 14th October, 1859. a ST. ANDREW'S DAY. SCOTCH GENTLEMEN AND OTHERS who may feel interested in the celebrah-. tion of the Anniversary of St: Andrew's Day (Novembej. 30) ...

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Local Intelligence. LIBRARY OF THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 October 1859

IEotral. *tetl tgeu '. Lusiaj r 0o1 Tra MECHANICs' INsTmtel5. -We have pleasure in announcing that th books given .by Mr. W. Maoleay.to th School of Arts, comprising a very exelk selection of really standard works, as w i several other contributions of a like char have been placed on the shelves of the Lib at the Mechanics' Institute, ?nd available tor the use of erm regulations of the Soiety Met be as wel for us to remind ladies t -y.an avail themselves of the benef the Library by, the payment of oo Per ennum d Tar1w- o? s.--In the list of rut_ transfe. 5- hD in the Go~rn Gartt o0f'ctober 4th, appslt;the follow in the Msirrumbidgee District:-Cavan, froan J. Fitspatrick·tO astle and Calvert; Cock .odong, from Broughton and Walker to ' -lass; Miranda Block A, from R. L. Jeffr~y to Messrs. Firebraco; Spring. Creek, .. •iley and Fitzgerald to?W.Kiley; Me f?om Boyd and Glass to H, Glass; Werea hbldera, from T. M'Alister to McAlistei nimiles; Bombalee, from Messrs. N? and7I l~anken to 3,...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 October 1859

THE WAGGCCA WACCA EXPRESS, AND GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, SovUT WAOGGA WAOG. LAITN AND ORNAMENTAL PRINT I1NG, in every variety and style, with [he utmost despatch. Posters at a few hours notice. Handbills, Business Announcements, Mer chants', Auctioneers', and Tradesmen's Busi ness Circulars, Cards, and Bill Headings, neatly displayed. Pamphlets, Club Articles, and Society Reorts, correctly and neatly executed. Fry other descrption of Letter-press prntg executed in a superior style. NEW SOUTH WALES STUD BOOK. JUST PUBLISHED. THE STUD BOOK OF NEW SOUTH WALES, 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 the patronage of his Excellency the Governor 'eneral, has already received the approval 7l support of the principal stud-masters in w South Wales, and of all the leading l&'nbers of the Australian Jockey Club. O PINONs or THE PrEs.c S * The result is a volume which cannot fail to be...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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LATEST FROM SYDNEY. Tuesday evening, 9 o'clock. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 October 1859

LATEST FROM\ SYDNEY. (From the Goulburn ChronicIe.) nY ELECTRnIC TELEORtArI.] Tuesday evening, 9 .'clock. A desp~atch received by the Govern ment, announces that the Governor of Queensland (Moreton Bay) ,as to leave England by the September mail steamer, The Colonial Secretary and Tretsurer come out by the samne ~res sel. The line of separation between the two.colonies is to be thit proposed by the Governor-General. The Up" per House ~is to be nominatted; the Assembly elective. 10001. is reserved on the Civil List for Pubic Worship. The Ministry hat.e laid the despatch on the table of the house, a.id it wa·s ordered to be printed. Mr. Darivall objected, on the ground that doing.so would appear to be an adoption of it by the house. The Assembly is now discussing Mr. Parkes' motion as to Wentworth's portrait which is meeting with strong opposition;.• The Rev. Mr. Threlkeld died yes terday .

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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PARTIZANSHIP AND ITS PAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 October 1859

PARTIZANSHIP AND ITS.PAY. WHATEVER faults may be imputed to the existing Ministry, ingratitude at all events is not one of them. They may not yet have thoroughly learned the Scriptural precept as to the duty of " loving their enemies," but no one can question their kindness to their friends. Let them but find'a legal Robinson Crusoe on the Island of Amsterdam, who is willing to be bad : geied for a certain time'in thel- Upper House-as an honorable Member of that House once expressed it--"like a rat amongst a lot of terriers "-and the Judicial ermine is the least that a grateful Ministry can. confer in recog nition of such valuable services. Does an awkward opponent show the slightest indlination tb nibble at official loaves and fishes, and some tempting morsel in the shape of a Crown Prosecutorship or District" Court Judgeship, is temptingly put.fotth, by thie acceptance of which, room is af forded for the appearance on the stage of a staunch; if senseless, adherent. SThis may possi...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 October 1859

TO CORRESPONDENTS. G. B., LANG'S CROSSING. - Your Paper is posted regularly every week, and for- warded from the Post Office here. The irregularity in its delivery, of which you complain, must be caused after it leaves Wagga Wagga. THE WAGGA WAGGA EXPRESS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1859.

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LANG'S CROSSING PLACE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 October 1859

LANG'S CROSSING PLACE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] HAY OR WARRAGERI. - The speculations   as to why this place is to be called Hay, are still very numerous, and the dislike to the name seems to be universal amongst all classes of society. Some persons imagine that the Minister for Lands and Public Works employed his last vacation in learning a num- ber of nursery rhymes, intending in future to adorn his speeches with numerous quotations and astonish honourable members with the extent of his learning. Having with great assiduity committed to memory the verses commencing with "Heigh ! diddle, diddle, The cat and the fiddle," he could not afterwards keep the jingling sound out of his head, and although intending to call this place Warrageri was not able to resist Hay, the words "heigh ! diddle, diddle" coming into his mind so strongly just as he took his pen in hand. It is also thought that Lang's Crossing Place may have been called after Mr. Hay, because he takes an in-...

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GARLAND & BINGHAM'S MONTHLY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 22 October 1859

GARLAND & ]3INGHAM'S MONTHLY REPORT. ALTHOUoH rains have fallen partially in the Southern Districts they have not been so abundant as to ensure an average pasture for the Summer months, and fattening runs being generally stocked to their fullest capacity, there is less demand than usual for store stook at this season of the year. The supply on the border has been, and is still, heavy, and sales are consequently effected with diffi culty. We do not now anticipate higher rates until a considerable portion of stock on stations is moved off. This will not, however, materially affect prices in the Northern Dis tricts. Mobs of store cattle are comparatively scarce there, and breeders are not disposed to submit to a reduction. Apart from the facts that they may neither be pressed for money nor have their stations overstocked, there is much reason for adopting such a course in the face of the valuable statistical report of the Registrar General, in wvhich it is shown that, although ...

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Commercial. MELBOURNE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 22 October 1859

'!r omtnrxria(.."-. MEL13URNE STOCK MAtRKET' FA~r OAt"LT E -The market has been sparinglyr. supplied during the- past week, and prices ruled high in consequence. Prime bullocks brought froin £12 to £15, cows £8 to £11 15s.; second quality bullocks £7 10s. to £11, cows £5 10s. to £8; few inferior cattle. STonR CrrTLE.-Very little doing in this description ot stock; prices remain about last quotationq,-£3 5s. to. £3 15s. for mixed cattle. FAT SHERP.-A good supply to hand; trade rather dull; best wethlers averaged 19s. to 21s. STORE SHEar-There is nothing to report ini sales of stock of this description. HonsEs.-There was a good aupply in the early part of the week, and satisfacto~y prices were averaged. STOCK AND STATIONS.-I have disposed of two stations on the Parling, the property of Henry Jeffreys, Esq.; with 30,000 ewes, at 1ls. per head, on terms equal to cash. CHAS. BROWYN, Stock and Commission Agent, 33, Bourke-stroet WVest, Melbourne, 17th October, 1859.

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