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PASTORAL OCCUPATION AND THE BANKS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 8 January 1879

- ~ ? — — i PASTORAL OCCUPATION AND THE ' BANKS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. ! A Parliamentary return moved for iu the Assembly last February, and published a few weeks ago, gives the names of the pastoral occupiers of the colony at that date, the area of tlieir several holdings in our thirteen pastoral districts, the annual rent payable, and the area of purchased land at tached to each run — with the exception of the Murrumbidgee district, where the largest purchases have been made under every form of sale during the last few years. For many purposes this return is valuable, and it is the moie to be regretted that it was not made complete by including the purchased land in the Murrunibidgce — infor- mation which could have been supplied as easily as for any other district. But, taking the information as it is given, and with the intention of showing the extent to which our pastoral industry is in the hands of the great financial companies, we have prepared the following analysis of the land...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 8 January 1879

The Rainfall. — By the inadvertent ad dition of a superfluous cypher the rain measurement for the years 1871 and 1S7-, as published iu our last issue, appeared in corrcetly. We append the right guage for the years iu question : — 1S71. In. Puts. Days. April ? 0 10 1 May ? 3 97 10 : June ? 1 70 10 July ? 1 45 11 Autrust.. ? 1 33 0 September ? G 4 S October ? 1 20 4 November ? r, 10 7 1 December . 1 G4 3 Total ? 20 05 ? CO 1872. In.. Puts. Days. January ? 1 06 4 February ? 1 53 2 March ? 2 87 :! April ? 0 22 2 May ? 2 »i 11 June ? fl 02 '15 July ? ? 1 81 12 | Aupist ? 1 71 8 September ? 2 0 0 October ? 3 51 8 November . ? ? 8 . 17 7 December ? 2 II 7 Total .. .. ..30 2* . 88 . I Wagca District HosrrrAL.—The usual monthly meeting of the committee of the Hospital was held an Monday evening. Present: Messrs. H.E. Russell -inthe chair), Bolton, Hunter, Dr. ; Wren, Dr. Large, Secretary, and Dr. O'Connor. The. minutes of the previous meeting/ of the sub-committee meetings for the previous t...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. CRICKET. LAKE ALBERT C.C. v. CANTON C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 8 January 1879

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. CRICKET. Lake Ai.deht C.C. v. Canton C.C. On Saturday last a mutch was played, at j Lake Albert, between the above clubs, re- ! suiting in a comparatively easy win for the latter, who scored 150 in the two innings against their opponents S3. For tbe winners Mackay scored 10, Hobson (not out) 15, and Rcilly 11, in the first innings, and iu the second Tatham 13, and P. M'Gaulley 11. For Lake Albert Powers mudc 14 and Holder (not out) 11. Coombes and Jepson did good execution iu the bowling depart ment for the Caxtous', and Angel, Power, and Stevens for L ike Albert. Between the innings an excellent luncheon was provided by the Lake Albert Club for the visitors. Score Canton C. C.— Fihst Insists. Tiitham, b Anirel ? G P. M'Gaulley, b Stevens .. .. .. 0 Drake, b .Stevens ? 4 HciM.v, c Power, b All^ei ? 11 Jepson, b An^el .' ? U Birch, e aud b An^el ? 7 Broadfoot, c and b Autrcl ? S Coombes, b Alltel .. .. .. :i llohson, not out ? Mackay, b Power ? 10 H. M'Gaulley, c ...

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PASTORAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 8 January 1879

PASTOEAL NOTES. It is pleasing to learn that, notwithstand ing the losses the country has sustained by the drought, the receipts of wool by the Western Railway from the month of August to the 31st December are equal to the re ceipts during the same season of the previous year, un me oouinern line mere is an in crease of 1G,000 bales, caused mainly by the opening up of railway communication with Riverina. — Evening N'eics. ? Mr. E. B. Woodhouse, of Mount Gilead, had six head of pure-bred shorthorn cattle on board the Northam, which was burned while ou her passage from Loudon to Sydney. A sale of thoroughbreds aud racing stock took place on Thursday afternoon, at the Pastoral Hotel, Fleinington, but there was a comparatively limited attendance, aud the competition was languid iu the extreme. In a large number of cases there were no offers made for the horses led into the ring, aud as regards satisfactory prices, the sale was a complete failure. Mr. J. G. Duffett secured a positive bar...

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LAND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 8 January 1879

LAND NOTES. j Laxd Offices. — The following selections were taken up at the undermentioned places 011 Thursday last : — Yowxo : J. Norton, ju:i. 40a, parish of Marina : T. Armstrong 80a, Stony Creek ; li. P. Gorman 100a, Bland lload ; D. Woodbridgc 40a, VVambanumba Gap. IJKXlLl-inx : W. Featlierston 500a, pariah U'ar breccan. Cootajuxdka : W. L. Kins: 80a, Mcrribin diuyuli ; IJ. Mangaii SOa, Ironbunj;; S. White lG4a. Mcrribhidmyah ; F. Cowley (i40a, Borec ; 1). Coujfhlan GOa, Ironbun^r. Auiunv : \V. Laiij^u 40a, Craven ; 1'. S. Mitchell SOa, Brinxcnbron^. ?

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MELBOURNE. Saturday. ENGLISH ELEVEN.—Second Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 8 January 1879

MELBOUHXE. Saturday. En-;i.isii Ei.i'v i;\. — Second Innings. Lucas, c Boyle, b Allan ... 1,1 Ulyett, b Spofl'orth ? 14 Webbe, lbw, b Allan ? 0 Hornby, b Spoffortli ? 4 Roylc, e Spoffnrth, b Boyle ... IS Harris, c llorau, b Spoffortli ... Jili M'Kinuon, b Spoffortli ... 4 Absolom, c and 1) Spoffortli ... 0 Hone, b Spoffortli ... ... (j Shultz, c and b Spoffortli ... 20 Emmett, not out ... ... 24 Sundries ... ... ... 1.5 Total ? 1 GO An.sTitALiAN Eleven. — Second Innings. C. Banneiman, not out ... 11 Murdoch, not out ... ... 8 Total ? ... 10 The Australians winning with ten wickets to spare.

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SYDNEY. Tuesday, 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 8 January 1879

SYDNEY. Tuesday, 1 p.m. Tlie Suez mail steamer Avoca arrived yes terday afternoon. The settling ou the Amateur Baees was satisfactory, Work is proceeding smoothly in the A.S.N. Company's Wharf. Everything ap pears settled. The following team is selected to practice for the international match : — Allen, Bau normau (2), Coates, Evans, Gregory (2), Garrett, Massie, Murdoch, Powell, Seale, Spoffortli, Sheridan, Tindall, and Thompson. The dead body of a man, unknown, was found floating in a waterhole at Randwick yesterday. A rough state of the poll for Mudgee election gives Mr. Rouse a majority of one. Mr. Watson's re-election for the Lachlan is now considered certain. All the employes at the Bulli Mine were discharged yesterday, in consequence e f their refusal to load boats with mixed cjrews. 5.55 p.m. Sis IJ. UpaS'Thompson has resigned his seat iu the International Exhibition Commission through Ill-health. A search is being made in the Lands Office for the miuute of the late Minister...

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POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 7. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 8 January 1879

POLICE COURT. Tuesday, Januahv 7. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Riotous Behaviour. — William Wealing, charged with riotous behaviour by wrestling in tbe streets, was cautioned and discharged from custody. Obtaining Money by False Pretences. — William Lancaster, who bad been again apprehended on the charge reported iu out last ot oDtamuig money by means of a value less cheque, was brought up in custody. Mr. Garland appeared for prisoner. Constable Harvison deposed to the avrest upon a warrant issued by the Hay Bench, in which Lancaster was charged with obtaining £15 ; from Thomas Gormley by means of a value less cheque. Ou reading the warrant to the prisoner, he said, ' I have already told you the particulars about that cheque.' He also produced a telegram from Hay from William Lancaster to Mrs. William Lancaster, Home Hotel, Wagt;a, which read, ' I have paid £15 by cheque, and have found a goldmine'; the telegram bears date 2Gth Dec. He (Constable Harvison) asked prisoner what the...

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SYDNEY AMATEUR TURF CLUB RACES. SATURDAY, JANUARY 4. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 8 January 1879

SYDNEY AMATEUR TURF CLUB RACES. Saturday, January 4. Flying Handicap, of 2 sovs. each for starters, with 30 sovs. added ; second horse .5 sovs. from the prize. Three quarters of a mile. Mr. J. S. Smith's \iv ™ EspeiAattoii , 4 -vrs, by llar Imriim— il;iid of llic O.'iks, Sit (Sainson) - - 1 Mr. W. H. Kent's rn li Sir Ainlruw, :) vrs, liy T;irra jrou — L:ul.v Mar.v, 7st 121hs (llinks) - ' - - 2 Mr. W. r.iresti'r'H I, g- Jack, 5 .vrs. bv -M:inl-vrin-iiLr, 7st !)!b? (Cornwall) - - '- 3 Rifleman, Liberator, Braidwood, Croydon, Leonard, Mungallatla Squatter, Poverty, and Ada also started. Time, lm. 17 2-lOsecs. Hurdle Race, of 3 sovs. each for starters, with 40 sovs. added. About 2 miles. Mr. [M. «T. Duhcrty's b g- Daniel O'Honrltc, aired, !)st 51hs (Doherty) - - - - - - 1 Mr. H- L. Roberts's b b Peter Simple (late J. F.) ajjed, list lilbs (P. Carey) - - - - - 2 Mr. S Harding's b f Glun'cairn, 1 vrs, 10=t Oil's (S. Harding) - - - _ . .3 Uncle Alick, Kingfisher, Firebrace, and Babbler als...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 8 January 1879

A Priceless Blessing. — Health is a prioeless blessing. Monarchs would barter their thrones to possess it, millionaires surrender their treasures in exchange for it. Unfortuuately, it is often unattainable. But that ' is not beyond the reach of nervous invalids, dyspeptic and rheumatic sufferers, the victims of intermittent and remittent fever, persons debilitated by sickness and those naturally infirm, Is sufficiently proven by the remedied victories over these complaints and disabilities of Udolpho Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps. — Adv. Dew of the Alps is the poetic desig nation of the national cordial of Switzer land, which, after having been a local blessing for hundreds of years, has at last found its way into all parts of the western hemisphere, aud is now winuing golden opinions of all sorts of people in the Australian colonies. This delicious tonic is pronounoed by miners and others iu laborious pursuits, which involve exposure to unwholesome ah, a perfect protection aga...

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THE SCIENCE OF SKULLS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 8 January 1879

THE SCIENCE OF SKULLS. At a recent meeting of the British .Science Association, Professor Flower read an interesting paper on the relative brain capacity of the skulls of different nations. In opening, he said that many of the races that had taken the lead in the civilisation of the world had un doubtedly larger cranial capacities than the people who were at the bottom of the ladder of civilisation, but he woidd never accept the mere fact of a man's head being large as an indication of superior intelligence. It was simply one point to be considered. As to the measurement of the skulls of the differ ent races of the human family, a very important point to consider, and a very difficult one, was the sexes, because there was a great difference iu the size of the skulls — a much greater difference than there was between men of different races. To get the average of any race, they must get a large number of skulls, and lie must say their collection was very insufficient at present. Accor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879

The principal furniture and CARPET WARKHOUSE. TWELVE GUINEA DINING-ROOM SUITES, in polished oak and walnut, com prising handsome coucli or settee, 2 easy or carving chairs, and G dining chairs. Also, at 15 guineas, stylish Bamboo Dining-room Suite, of 9 pieces ; at 16 guineas, a handsome polished Walnut Suite, beautifully ebonized, consisting of settee (in Louis XV. style), 2 carving and (j small cliairs ; and, at 19 guineas, a superb Dining-room Suite, in walnut aud black, highly polished, consisting of settee (Louis XVI. style, 2 massive easy chairs, and 6 diningrchairs, all cane-seated. This magnificent shipment of cane-seated furniture is admirably suited to the requirc njents of country residents. It presents a variety flf style entirely new to the colony, which, for gei&re} excellence, has never been snrpassed. Buyers oaijnot do better than insjiect the different patterns, as the value presented is unequalled in Sydney. {Illustrated catalogues will be ferwarded post fr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879

gTTJD GREYHOUND. ' BLACK WATCH,' A very fast and game dog, containing the best blood procurable in the colonies. On the 29th March, 1878, at the Victorian Amateur Coursing Club Meeting, Mordecai, by Black Watch, won the Craigieburn Stakes (16 dogs). On tlie 16tli May, 1878, at the Australian Coursing Club Meeting, Fadladecn, by Black Watch, won three courses iu tlie St. Leger Stakes (91 subs). ^ On the 23rd May, at the Australian Coursing Club Meeting, Tenacity, by Black Watch, won three courses iu the Oaks Stakes (04 subs). On the lHtli, 14th, and l.itli June, 1878, at the A.C'.C, Cup Meeting, Fadladeen, by Black \\ atch, won four courses in the Cup ; and in tlie deciding course ran up and von the £100 for the second dog (32 dogs). On the 1 1th July, 1878, at the A.C.C. Stormont Plate Meeting, Myra and Hainan, both by Black Watch, cacli won a course in the Adelaide Stakes (24 puppies). ? Terms ? £5 us. Apply to Ranger's Cottage, rear of the Gnuid Stand, Kacecoursc. ? P K IJ I ft It...

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SANDHURST LIVE STOCK MARKET. TUESDAY, JANUARY 7. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879

| SANDHURST LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tiksday, January 7. I j Fat Cattle. — 921 yarded, including 235 stores. Market j ; opened dull, and continued so throughout at a decline ' ! of from 5s to 30.-?. BtiHffks, £4 lo £7 lite: cows, £2 J 10s to £5 Ins. Messrs. l'oWKRN, lil TIIKKFOKI), and Co. I have sold 339 for Messrs. ?). and A. Gihnore, Cattenach I Bros., Watson, M'Kowne, Morrison, King, Miller Bros.. | Johnston, IJorwood, Williams Gee, Turpin and others i as above. | Fat Sheep.— 7707 penned, principally middling and 1 stores, very few prime. Have tn report a decline of fid j per head. Messrs. Powkrs, ltr-rui-iiu-oRi', and Co. have I sold 3123 for Messrs, Molfatt, Younghusband, Pen- ! halluriek and Son, Hamilton, A. and A. Mack, Xevin- j sou. M'Lctman, and others at from Cs Cd to lis tor wethers, and 4s to (Is (id for ewes. 1

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WAITING TO BE READY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879

WAITING TO BE READY. ' Look before you leap' is a wise proverb — indisputably wise. Rashness is not courage but its witless substitute, and hurrying we know not surely whither is pretty sure to befool us after one fashion or another. Blind Gloucester, for want of being able to iook Deiore nis leaping, made a stumble on the downs by way of a spring from a stupendous altitude, and if, on the whole, his mistake could be accounted advantageous in its issue, it certainly made an impotent conclusion to a supreme resolve. And it may be that in the practice of life, the failure which comes from leaping without sufficient preliminary verification of tlie ground is oftener that of having mistaken little for great, and concentrated all energies iu what proves a stumble instead of a spring, than that of having under- 1 estimated tne auncuity ana Hung oneself at an impossibility. Be that as it may, whichever mis-estimation of the leap to be made is the more frequent, either is pretty sure to be ...

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879

BALLAKAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. Wkdnk.sdav, January S. I Fat Cattle. --394 yarded, principally fair to good ; the j weather greatly checked the consumption. Best bill- i locks to £9 .'»3 ; good do £.1 to £-j 10s. Messrs. Fisukn I and Gutso.v have Hold 90 head for Dr. Farie, at quota- | tions. i Fat Sheep.— 11,500 yarded, the bulk medium to good, ! very few prime ; a moderate attendance of buyers, and the market was dull. Best crossbred wethers tolls; 1 second do, 8s to 9s; crossbred ewes, Cs Cd to Ss Cd ; i best merino wethers, 8s Cd to 10s t merino ewes, 4s Cd I io Cs. Messrs. FihKKN and Guisox have sold 1210, ; principallv crossbred wethers, for .1. Ware to 9s 7d ; ; 3132 merino wethers for Mr. M'Donald at 7s; 231 j wethers for D. Kinnersley.

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A SAD ENDING [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879

A SAD ENDING. For years Beau Brummel was the leader of London fashionable society : but his spendthrift habits brought him to poverty, and his last days are thus described by a writer in Chfirnbcix'f Journal : — 'A poor neglected imbecile is living in squalid lodgings at Calais. It is scarcely possible to recognise in this un happy being the once gay and elegant Beau Brummel, the glass of fashion and mould of form to the men and women of his generation, whom he ruled with the despotism of an autocrat. Yet this is the poor Beau and no other. ' He is holding a phantom reception. Having desired his attendant to arrange his apartment, set out the whist tables, and light the candle — alas ! only tallow — lie is ready at 8 o'clock to receive the guests which the servant, previously in structed, now announces. ' First comes the Duchess of Devon shire. On hearing her name the Beau leaves his chair, and with the courtliest bow, the only reminiscence of his departed glory, he advances to the ...

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MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879

MEJJiOUKNE STATION PRODUCE HE PORT. WEDNESDAY, Ja.STARY S. Mr. Monckton Synnot reports .-—Wool : Business has atrain been resumed, and Kales arc progressing steadily. The stock of wool on hand i* gradually diminishing, and arrivals arc not so numerous. The sa'.cs opened with satisfactory rates, and show a Arm tendency, prices being nearly up tn the eloping rates of December peries. Sheepskins ; Since my lost report I have disjxjscd of an average quantity at late quota tions ; the demand for fine woollcd skins being very brisk. Butchers green skins Cs each ; dry skins, very few offering ; pelts, Is 3d to 2s each ; and lamb skins up lo 2s 3d each. Hides: During the past few weeks there Ins been more animation displayed in| this market, and heavy well-conditioned hides sell readily. Ox hides, 18s to 30s each ; cow hides, 2d to 3d per lb. ; Victorian salted, 3d to per lb. ; and calf skins, which are almost unsaleable, 2J per lb. : kangaroo skins, if in good order, aud well furred, still...

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THE CRIMINAL CLASSES IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879

THE CRIMINAL CLASSES IN ENGLAND. The annual return of judicial statistics just issued shows the number of depre dators, offenders, aud suspected persons at large, so far as known to the police, and the number and description of the houses of bad character resorted to by thieves, depredators, and suspected per sons, as taken in the month of April, 1877. As compared with the numbers for the preceding years, the numbers J for 1876-7 show a decrease under two of the three classes. In the known thieves and depredators there is an in crease of G83, or 1*6 per cent; in the receivers the decrease amounts to 45, or 3-0 per cent.; and in the suspected persons there is a decrease amounting to 746, or 3-3 per per cent. Iu the total number the decrease is 108, or 0-2 per cent., allowing a decrease of 483, or 1*1 per cent., in the numbers for 187G as compared with those for 1875 ; and in 1875 a decrease of 2104, or 4-8 per cent, as compared with the numbers for 1874, a decrease having been shown ...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879

MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MAlUvET. Wednesday, January S. i Fat Cattle.— TJie supply was the largest ever passed through the Melbourne j'ards in one week, 270S having come forward, of which 1494 were sold on Tuesday and the balance to-day. Priccs 10a per head lower than last quotations, but to-day, most of the trade having supplied their wants, a further reduction of 15s per head had to be submitted to. Extra prime bul locks, £8 to £9 17s Od ; good, from £0 10s to £7 30s. Best pens cows, from £.5 to £5 10s ; second do, £8 to £t. Messrs. Ryan and Hammond have sold 49 bullockB j for M. Hickey, to £8 17s -Jd ; 2G bullocks and cows for ; Messrs. Lamont aud Grant, lo £6 ; 8 cows and bul locks for C. Uarkcr, to £8 10s ; and small lots for Messrs. Aldons, Bead, and Mrs, Cook. Messrs. J. O. Walker and Co. have sold 149 bullocks for Messrs. ! Rudd Brothers, to £0 15s ; 154 bullocks and cows for Messrs. Lawrence and Sons, to £4 15sr Messrs. Dal. Campbell aud Co. sold 100 bullocks for J. Evans, at £...

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