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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 January 1879

P ? ... -ilAuk1 : .. (- ,.' .BnntoF' ' ? ? ' fcSi^mBallmiy Station P.O. .. .. 10.80 a.m Mfiboarnc, via Albary *nd Geimanton .. 2.80 p.ia . .. .. -. .. .. 6.80 p.m :'???'? . Monday. .'. ..._' .:;!': .-4 Bty aadNuaadera ... . .i ' .. .. 8 a.m Albtuyud Oemuaton - ... .. 2.80 p.m fetation ftO. .. . . 10.80 *jn wbonuie, via Albury, Odhnaoton, wd Oootaidblt ,t «. . .. 2^0 p.m ^gffllgdniendtaane .. .. 10.80 p.m ' Wednesday. §Fdi^, vi* Ball w*y Station P.O. .. . . 10.80 a-m WtlUcetowo mod Braoedile ? 11 *.m . imboonfi, via Albury fcbd Gsrminton .. 2.80 p.m JDndra; Cowabee, Ari*b, Broken Item, . . Mlmo^ llie Rock, end Mamu1 .. 8 p.m 1 Tnursday. Htyand Nmndera ? 8 a. to ftfwgr, vfak Baflwap Station P.O, . . . 10.80 a.m ?Jfdboarne, via AJbaiy, Germanton, aad . 4 Oookardinfa ? 2^0 p.m Clarendon ? ? ? 6.30 p.ra Denilkpxin and Unna ? 10.80 p.m ltouatta .. ? ? 1 a.to , Friday. -Sydney, tU R*flw*y Station P.O ? 10.80 a.tn .Melbourne, vi* Albury andQermanton .. 2.30 p.m Saturday. Kannden ? 8 a.m Syd...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 January 1879

WAGGA AND ALBURY RAILWAY CONTRACT. Tenders Wanted for large quantity o: Fencing, at Wagga end. Apply, Cornwam, Mixker, and Co. kq RCASSIN'S Saddles are notei . for durability, and combine safety to tlie horse with comfort to tbe ; rider, and for shape are unequalled. kd ; o O K i : \ NOTICE OF REMOVAL ! ! TROFESSOR GOULSTONE WILLIAMS 1 (Organist of St. John's Church), In thanking the Ladies and Gentlemen ol Wagga for their liberal patronage during his stay in the town, begs to inform them that he has taken the Pretty Little Bungalow, adjoining R. Heydon's iu Kiucaid-street, where LESSONS will* be given (if required) ou BRASS aud STRING INSTRUMENTS, Likewise, PIANOFORTE AND SINGING. Terms : Three Guineas per 24 Lessons ; 12 Weeks Payable in Advance. t Yearly Tuning will be Discontinued. Charges in Future :— PIANO TUNING, 10s. 6d., cash; booked, Onk Guinea. Business Commences Monday, Jan. 20, 1S79. la Lessons charged accordingly. yyiLLERSLEY HOUSE . SCHOOL, Newtowx, Wagga Wagoa. Princ...

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PASTORAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 January 1879

PASTORAL NOTES. Mr. James Mann (of Deniliquin) reports sale of a small draft of fat cattle on account of P. S. Trapp for local consumption ; and by auction, 350 store sheep on account of E. L. Deitcliman, at full rates. ''We seem to be in a fair way (says the Jerilderie and Urana Gazette ) of having a — — ? revolution in the co9t of construction of tanks and dams for the conservation of the water supply for pastoral and other general purposes, by a new machine, the invention Jylr. Samuel M'Caughey, Coonong. As the | lU'Vyui/'» 1111/cuu.o '' ll«VC 10 [.UUUlllCU iu an C / ' the colonies, we are, therefore, in honour, I f j precluded from giving a detailed description \f of its mechanism ; but this much we will say, \1 |that it consists essentially of an earth scoop, L suppnrted on four wheels, which allow it to 1 revolve when necessary. By an ingenious f f combination of rods and levers, not at all J '? easily put out of order, it is entirely under | ( the control of a driver, who sit...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 January 1879

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Friday, December 27. A SPECIAL meeting of the Couucil was held oil Friday last in lieu of the usual fortnightly meeting allowed to drop on the previous day (Boxing Day). PreBent : His Worship the Mayor, Aldermen liivans, Fitzhardinge, Bentley, Maher, and Wildman. Apoloaies were received from Alderincu Shaw, Nixon, and Bruce, being absent without authority. The miuutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Inward and outward correspondence was VAn.fl lint. n-no of lift-In miUin A copy of letter from the Council to the Secre tary of Kail ways solicited a reduction on railway carriage of earthenware pipes for borough purposes. This letter had been forwarded over a fortnight back, and the Council Clerk reported that it was yet un acknowledged. The Works Committee reported upon the necessity, and recommended the procuring of 400 yards stock metal at a probable cost of £180, and that 11 chains of formation in Tompson and 5 chains in Morgan-street, lie complet...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 January 1879

WANTED, a Ncksegirl. Apply. Mrs. ? M 'Henry, Exjirass Office. ? la_ WANTED, a General Servant. Apply, ? E. H. Tompson, Court House. ks WANTED, a good General Sebvakt. Apply, Mrs. H. J. Williams, Best street, Newtown. ? ? la WANTED SiTi.'ATioif, Bookkeeper ind Storekeeper on station. References unexceptionable, ' J.H.', office of this paper. ku WANTED TO RENT, from about the middle of January, Cottage con taining four rooms and kitchen. Apply to Secretary Mechanics' Institute, Wagga. ku STPTSl FOWLS ! FOWLS'! TURKEYS' & DUCKS ! Wanted to Purchase 200 Couple. Highest price given. Apply at Criterion Hotel, Wagga. jx AGGA WAGGA AND ALBURY - RAILWAY. To Brlckmakeis. Wanted, a large quantity of Bricks, Highest price given. Apply, CopNWEU, MrxNER, Ah'p Co., No, 11 Camp, k& ^AGGA WAGGA TO ALBURY RAILWAY. Wanted, offers to SUPPLY large quanti ties of HEWN IRONBARK TIMBER (12in, x 12in.), in various lengths from 6ft. upwards. Highest Price Given. For full particulars apply at ...

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SIR HENRY PARKES AT CANTERBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 January 1879

s!r HENRY PARKES AT f CANTERBURY. Ok Saturday, at noon, a meeting of tbe .electors of Canterbury was held at the hustings, near the Aehfield railway station. ' - . Sra Henby Pabkbs, ' who on coming forward was received with cheers, said : 1 hopel.shall be pardoned if I abstain from v anyallueion tothe gentleman -who thought pittperwpresentnimseiiaere today as my ?opponent, except that I should have been 'gl«d -wiynfllf if lie. had explained what - he meant by giving homes to. our sons and a to our idaughters. »(La.ugbler.J I Ifci' ijri^i^^e genU^ffiro 'Dught to have explained proposed ; j^&a toonr cbndrcn,^d whether ;ihis Saradise for our daughters has anything tc o with the' practice iu the East of whicli you are as well acquainted as I am, and thai the poor sorts are only to have homes here. (Laughter. ) Coming to the business of the day, I can assure you that there is no person present who was more surprised at the turn of events which had brought me here on this occasion...

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MAIL STEAMERS [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 January 1879

MAIL STEAMERS Via Suez Via San Franctm:o. leave Melbourne, Jan. 25 | Sydney, Jan. 2 WAGGA WAGGA EXPRESS. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1, 1S79.

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TELEGRAPHIC. LONDON, December 24. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 January 1879

TELEGRAPHIC. LONDON, Decern lier 24. British forces occupied Jellalabad on Sun day, and found everj tiling quiet. The in habitants are friendly disposed. Gliiljilis, one of the most powerful Afghan tribes, has proclaimed Yakoab Khan Ameer, iu succession to Shere Ali. The Sultau of Turkey has issued an Im perial Irade, authorising the conclusion of the convdution with Turkey and Austria regarding the occupation of Bosnia aud Herzecovinia by the latter. The Porte has appointed a commission for the reception of the Turko-Gveecian frontier, recommended bjr Congress. There have been severe snowstorms throughout England. The Porte is engaged iu discussiug the proposed new Turkish loan, jointly guaran teed by the great European Powers. The Sultau has authorised the settlement | of the questions regarding the rectification of the frontier of Turkey and Montenegro. j

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BOXING DAY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 January 1879

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BOXING DAY RACES. A verv successful little racc meeting was held ou Thursday last, and attracted a large I number of the residents to the course. The programme arranged was aii excellent one, j and the mamier in which the events were | concluded showed that the handicapping by Mr. Gormly was remarkably good. There were two booths let for the meeting, one to Mr. Yabsley, and the other to Mr. Heart lieady, and business appeared to be wonder fully brisk at each. The day was very cool for the time of year, which considerably enhanced the day's enjoyment. Mr. Callaghan acted as Judge ; Messrs. K. Cox, S. Minchin, G. A. Elliot, P. Cox, and M. N. Callaghan as Stewards ; Mr. C. Brentuall as Clerk of the Course; Mr. H. Welinan as Starter ; Mr. P. Stephen as Hon. Sec. ; and Mr. S. J. Gorman as Treasurer. MAIDEN* PLATE Of 10 sovs.; for all maiden horses at time of entrance. Once round the course. Weight for age. Mr. P. J. Cox's g g Glendcer, G vrs, 9st (J. P. Uiggins) ? l M...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 January 1879

Not sucli a very remarkable year after all, lias been this eighteen hundred and seventy eight Taken altogether, it probably can be better described as a year of failures than of successes. Ordinary events Lave followed the course of finance, and could only be retrogressive. Clouds which loomed darkly and heavily over the political sky have, in most cases, decreased to mere specks upon the horizon, but, un fortunately, with the imminent prospect of again overshadowing us, and bursting over our heads. And in this respect it has been eminently an unsatisfactory year. The Eastern diffi culty still rolls over us, — still appa rently gatherc lesser dangere 311 its course. To anyone, not of the worst form of procrastinating character, this big-snowball business becomes momen tous. The evils that grow as they go, and arc put off, month by month, like a bill, until eventually they must be met, cause infinitely more annoyance when the day of settling comes. Diplomacy, too often, means but a t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 January 1879

A Priceless Blessing. Health is a priceless blessing. Monarchs would barter their thrones to possess it, millionaires surrender their treasures in exchange for it U nfortmiately, it is often unattainable. But that it is not be yond the reach of nervous invalids, dys peptic and. rheumatic sufferers, the vic tims of intermittent and remittentfever, persons debilitated by sickness and those naturally infirm, is sufficiently proven by the remedial victorias Over these complaints and disabilities of Udolpho Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps, — Adv. Dew of the Alps is the poetic designation of the national cordial of Switzerland, which, after having been a local blessing for hundreds of years, has at last found its way into all parte of the western hemisphere, and is now winning golden opinions of all sorts of people in the Australian colonies. . This . delicious tonic is pronounced by miners : and others in laborious pursuits, which involve exposure to unwholesome air, a peiiebt protect...

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CRICKET. GOULBURN V. WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 January 1879

CRICKET. Goulbcrn v. Wagga. On Thursday last the return match between these elevens was played on the ground of the former, aud resulted iu a victory for Wagga by twenty-eight runs. For Goulburn in the iirst innincs the double figures were Johnston 17, Armstrong ]], Simpson (not out) 12, aud Chisholm 11. Iu the second innings only sixteen rune were made off the bat, Curry's bowling being remarkably fatal. In the first innings o£ the Wagua team Miuuette made 12 and Curry 10. In the second innings Newing put together 50 in a remarkably well-played innings, Jones 21, and S. Tompson 11. The fielding of Cropper and Chisholm, and the bowling of Clarke for Goulburn, are worthy of especial mention. For Wagga by far the greater share of the bowling honours fell to Curry, who was in excellent form. The Wagga team were met iu a most cordial manner by the Goulburn players, whose hospitality nothing could have exceeded. The following is the score : — Wagoa Wagoa. — First Ikkikob. Jones, b Clarke...

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COMMERCIAL. GOLDSBROUGH'S MONTHLY CIRCULAR. Melbourne, Victoria, December 24, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 January 1879

COMMERCIAL. Br- GOLDSBROUGU'S MONTHLY CIRCULAR, H Melbourne, .Victoria, Decomber 24, 1878. I Wool.— A laiffc business has been transacted duiw the month, 42,781 bales having been catalogued, and -82,472 bales sold, thus making a total of 120,278 bales catalogued, and 88,157 bales Bold Bince tbe opening of the season on tbe eth October. This is In excess of the quantity offered at the corresponding date of last year, thus iumiahlns: evidence of the steadily increas ing popularity of this market. Probably 30,000 or 4^000 bales more would have been offered had the ' Twoes been higher, but during tho earlier portion of tbe season Growers could not realise the reduction in valne, and hence many of tliezu who othern-ise would have sold hero, preferred to chance tbe English market. The unsatisfactory reports of the progress of the November and December sales in London had a dc pressing effect on prices duriuc the earlier portion of ? 'the month, but during tbe past fortnight, owing to the ...

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DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY IN CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 January 1879

DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY IN CHINA. The Foo Chaw Herald publishes the following account of the recent destruc tion of the missionary premises at Wu-sliih-shan : — 'By an arrangement between the Viceroy and H.B.M.'b consul, the 30th of Augutit was fixed upon for a meeting to take place between certain Chinese officials and Mr. Fraser, of EE's con sulate, for the purpose of examining the piece of land which certain of the literati alleged bad been surreptitiously enclosed by the missionaries. Mr. Wolfe 'was directed by EE's consul to be present on behalf of the mission, to give explanations, -fcc. About 1 1 o'clock am. on the above-mentioned day the Prefect of Foo Chow, the Hai Fang Ting, and the two district magis trates, accompanied by an EnglMi speaking Chinaman, named Ho, who represented himself as the legal adviser of the Chinese. Government, attended at the mission house occupied by Mr. Stewart, of Wu-shih-Bhan. These officials entered Mr. Stewart's house, . aocompaaied by a mob o...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 January 1879

TnE 'Express' Almanac.— ' Owing to an unforseen delay we are unable to send out to our subscribers the Express Almanac for 1879 with the present issue. Mb. IiEary. — Mr. Joseph Leary, member for the Murrumbidgee, has been upon a short visit to the town and district for the past few days. We understand that the visit is entirely of a private character, and has no political bearing whatever. Brucedale Wesley an Chobh. — A very successful celebration was held at Brucedale on Thursday last (Boxing Day), in connec tion with the anniversary of the local Wesleyan Church. About 250 persons were present from all parts of the district. A cricket match was played during the day between eleven of the Commercial Club, of Wagga, and eleven of the Brucedale Club ; and other amusements were entered into with great zest by both the adult and juvenile portion of the company. A bountiful pro vision was made at the tea-meeting which took place during the day. The following ladies provided tables : — Me...

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SYDNEY. Friday, 9.50 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 January 1879

SYDNEY. Friday, (1.50 a.m. Hawkesburv Races. — Maiden Plate — Abbess, 1 ; Sweetmeat, 2 ; Expectation, 3. Sapling Stakes — Baiouet, 1; Pontiff, 2; Gipsy Cooper. 3. Hawkesbury Handicap — Auckland, 1 ; Melbourne, disq. ; North Star, 3. Prince of Wales Stakes — Judge, 1 ; Arab, 2 ; Sir Andrew 3. Members' Purse — Linwood, 1 ; Macaroni, 2 ; Viscount, 3. Sy-'ney University versus Melbourne Universitv : — The former in their first in nings made 132, aud che latter 128. English Eleven versus Victorian 15 : — The latter first innings, 12 out for 292. 10 p.m. Melbourne University, second innings 95, Oakley making 41, ltiddell 17, and Woolf 10. Sydney secoud innings, 7 out for 92, Allen contributing 35, Iceton 21, Powell 15 ; the latter winning by 3 wickets to spare. Victorian Fifteen are all out for 313. English Eleven, first innings, S out for 204. Adelaide, second innings, 59. Australians, second innings, S out 66. The following arc the complete scores of cricket matches : — Syduey Universit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 January 1879

? t - 1 * CHRISTMAS t ROBERTS, COPLAND AND CO. Desire to announce that they have given special attention to the WINE AND SPIRIT DEPARTMENT THIS CHRISTMAS SEASON, That their Cellar is now thoroughly stocked with the best descriptions of Liquors procurable, all of which they guarantee Genuine. Old Brandy, 12 and 18 years old Martell's Dark Brandy La Grande Marque Cognac Hennessy's One and Three-star Pale Brandy Pellison's 7-year-old Case Brandy Whiskeys — Irish and Scotch Buttocli Lade's Very Old Scotch Whiskey Royal Blend (in case) Rum — Lemon Hart's Fine Old Rum Jamaica Rum (in case) Old Tom Geneva, JDKZ and Key Brands Schnapps — Wolfe's and Metcher's Sherries — Old Brown Sherry „ White Seal SOUTH AUSTRALIAN WINES, 1872 VINTAGE— Muscadine, Frontignac, Tokay, and Genache We recommend these as really excellent sound Wines, the very best that comes into the Market. The Muscadine is a Light Wine with a very fine bouquet, and specially suited for Ladies. FALLON'S BEST WINES 1 PORT WINE—F...

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POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 January 1879

POLICE COURT. »i Friday, December 27. ^H S (Before the Police Magistrate.) if Larceny. — John Commins, charged with 'aSBis! stealing a pair of boots, the property of Henry Beggs, was . remanded to the 31st jgjdvj instant. | Assault and Robbery. — Fred. M'lutosh 3BS and Henry Allen were char&ed with stealing JH a £l-note from Henry Henderson. The |9H 1 prosecutor, a hush carpenter, stated that he 91 I saw the prisoners on the racecourse about 8 J or 9 o'clock on Thursday, and asked them I the way to the town. They took him along, J ana tnea asKea mm wast money lie aaa, ana an the prisoner M'Intosh afterwars snatched a purse from him iu which the £l-note was. fH He afterwards saw the racecourse ranger and J9 informed him of the robbery, that official 3gl promising to keep his eye on the men while SH prosecutor went for the poUce. John A. jgfl Mauton deposed to having seen* the two MH prisoners on the course, who stated they jgfl came back at that hour to bring prosecutor, l9j ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 January 1879

Goldsbrough's WotI 'Warehouses, Melbourne It GOLDSBROUGH & CO. BEG to announce to the Woolgrowers and Merchants of the Australian Colonies, Tasmania, ond New Zealand, that their SVaRGIIOUSRS AM5 NOW RkADY For the RECEPTION AND SALE OF WOOL During the Sisason, and that they are prepared to make LIBERAL. CASH ADVANCES, ON' FAVOURABLE TKUMS, On the ensuing Clip of Wool, either for sale in this market, or shipment to London. Sales by Public Auction will be held on each Monday and Wbdxbsday during the Season, aud proceeds will be paid on the Tuesday following. Tiicy act as Sellino Brokkks only, aud Constituents may rely on their best endeavours to obtain the fullest market value for any consignments with which they roaj be favoured. Their well-known Warehouses have been constructed specially for the STORAGE and DISPLAY of WOOL to the best advantage, the Sample Rooms being lighted on an Improved principle. The various Rooms are convenient to cach other, aud the Wool being easily a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 January 1879

- ? ? ? ? ? ~ ? ? ? ? \ Stock and Station Agents. . VDAND AND TOMPSONj f '8TQ0K, STATION, AND 1 1 GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS. K omcts : f Gurwood-street, Wagga. o T I c E. THE undersigned have entered into p PARTNEESHIPfts Stock, Station, *) '''tlEMERAt, ? - -COMMISSION AGENTS, AKD / AUCTIONEERS, Canying on business under the style of 'f ELLIOT, FOSHERY, and CO. GEORGE ASHBRIDGE ELLIOT (Late P., E., and Co.) LEONARD ARTHUR FOSBERY. Wagga, August 3rd, 1877. £., 7., and Co. are prepared to negotiate liberal advances on Station and Freehold Properties, Clips of Wool, and Station Pro duce, at the lowest rates of interest. fk 1 »?- JOHN ANDREW,: I ** STOCK, STATION, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, l I OT j Bbrreubed, Wagoa Wagga, f Begs to intimate to Stock and Station j own era of the Murrumbidgee and surround r ing districts that he has commenced business - in the above line, and trusts, from having been engaged similarly for many years, ana . having a practical knowledge of all'kinds of ...

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