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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 2 April 1879

CAUTION.— I hereby give notice that I will prosecute anyone fonnd shooting in the Pomingalarua 'paddocks ; ' cutting timber on the purchased hind ou either Uranquinty or Collingully run ; or in any -way committing a trespass. George P. Wilson. Aug. 3, 1878. jjm

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PASTORAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 2 April 1879

PASTORAL NOTES. The following petition is now in course of signature. Those who aae ilesirous of afiii'- thcir names may ilo so either at the offiuu of Mr. Brcntnall, the Inspector of Stock; or at the various stock and station agents : — To tlic Ciiloniul Secretary of the colony of New South Wales. The humble petition of the landowners, tenants of the Crown, selectors, nml oilier residents of the south western district of the said colony. SlHvWETi[,~Tliat rabbits in vast numbers ha\e UKulc their appearance, and are now thoroughly established in Hie district occupied hv vnnr petitioners, nu:l thev arc f:iKt mi-raisin- and spicidinj; iu all directions. Ilulibils have been found to be such a i rightful scourge in the nd-lilmurini; cnlouicsof Victoria and South Australia, that the 1^'is'iiluro of tho hitter eolnnv has passed a law for their extermination, and vigorous measures arc now being taken with that object. Ynur petitioners hi-jt to call vntir earnest attention ! to Hie necessity...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 2 April 1879

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Wagba Gas Comimxy.— The Circuit Court interfered with the holding of the intended 'meeting last evening, but we understand that the hecessary busiaec will be transacted this evening. Musical Society.- We have been re quested to remind those interested id the Musical Society that thi- first meeting takes place at 8 o'clock thiB evening at the Mechanics' Institute. Municipal Counch.— Mr. A.T. Bolton, who 1ms before occupied a seat iu the Municipal Council, is the only candidate nominated to fill the vacancy caused by the retirement of Alderman Maher. He is, consequently, elected to tbe position. Cricket Club. — A meeting of the Cricket Club, was held at ' the Criterion Hotel last evening to consider its present financial position. Mr. Fitzhardiuge occupied the chair, aud a. rough statement of assets and liabilities was submitted, showing .in in debtedness of nearly £50. It was decided that a concert be given with the vie'w of decreasing the debt, aud a sub-committe...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CIRCUIT COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 1. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 2 April 1879

CIRCUIT OQURT. Tuesday, April 1, The Circiut Court was opened by His Honor Sir William Maiming, who took, his seat on the Bench at 10 o'clock. Mr. Pitcairn, instructed by Mr. Walsh, Crown Law Department, appeared to prose cute on behalf of the Crown, the other members of the bar present being Mr. Simp son, Mr. Coutts, and Mr. O'fiy.in, the local represeuiauves or tne legal profession iieing Mr. Willaus, Mr. Fitzhardingc, Mr. Garlaud, Mr. Horgan, and Messrs. Campbell. The usual proclamation having been read and the jury panel called over, a fine of £5 being inflicted for mm-attendance in the case of M r. Roper, nnd £2 iu that of Mr. Sheppard, who, though not then in court, was expected to attuiid, hut at a later period of the day His Honor increased tl|e fine to 15 unless it was shown that Mr. Sheppord vras absent on Government business, ATTEMPT TO MOKPER. William Hatton was arraigned on the charge of attempting to murder Emile Bleise, and having pleaded not guilty, the Crown Prosecu...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
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LAND NOTES. COMING LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 2 April 1879

LAND NOTES. COMING LAND SALES. Wnrea Wanr-i. ? April 2, 0, 1(1, 23, :)?). Dcniliquiii .. April 2, n, J-i. Hay .. .. April 1, 2. I), 10, 30. N'iihuulura . . April i, 30. l/rana. .. .. April l(i, 2:!, 30. Yniinjf .. .. April in. Alllliry .. .. April 2, 23. Oiubnilliulm .. April 2, 23. Crown... .. April in, 23. lAXii Okficks.— Tlic fulliiwinj; selections were taken nil at tlic iiniluriiiciiliinicJ planes '» Thursday laxt :— AMiniv : O. Wuiilo 118a, Mnolvrallia ; Jlary Ciniiiollv 40.1, Crag Gnu ; J. Mitchell 1.10a, W.-illiuiidi-y ; J. anil (J. GWii-i 20(1.1, Mnt«; A. Knlclislein 132a, Hovel. CnoTAMiTMiiiA : J. 'Dlegcns 100a. Coonry. Dkximvi'ix : II. IVarsnn fiOj, cotuitv Townscud, parish Y:il|radoori. Uiuxa : .1. M'Culliwir 100.1, Pincy Hidu'o. Yor.vo : O. \V. Liiwrenui! 120a, Uauauliilla. Hav:G w. Terry 400n, .itmiity Do.vd, parish MnlberusM ; J. Clmrlora 104n lr, cciuut.v Niuholsftn, parish Kedliank, flu Soutll Merrmvic run ; A. Sorrenscn 50a, ciiunty Nicholson, parish lliiiit.lia»-ai...

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NARANDERA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 2 April 1879

NARANDEEA. (From our Correspondent.) Business is, on the whole, fairly brisk in the city of the Sandhills ; the building trades are especially active. Messrs. Max Monash and Co. 's new and extensive store is rapidly progressing ; the contractors are just com mencing the erection of a new hotel for Mr. Doyle, on the river flat; and tenders are called for building another hotel for Mr. Foley ; also for a twelve-stalled stable for HLi;aai a. iivunidiiki; uiiil \ju. uttiluy IIIIIJUl building operations are being carried out, and numerous improvements are contemplated. The weather continues exceedingly enjoy able, the heat of the sun being tempered by cool breezes. Hain is much wanted, as the pasturage is getting bare. Those who claim to know all about such matters confidently predict a wet autumn followed liy a severe winter. A tea-meeting in aid of the funds of the Church of England is to take place on a date yet to be fixed, about Easter. Judging by the enthusiasm with which the ladie...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 2 April 1879

BIRTH. Roukktson.— On the 31st nit., at St. Kilila, Mrs. James Robertson, Mimosa, of a son. MARRIAGE. RoiiEHTSfix— Uoni'.HTisos. —On the 2;'itli ult, at t'lovolly, Watson's Bay, by the Kev. 1*. V. Miickenzic, Duncan Robci'tson, of YaiTabce Park, Narandei-a, to Alice Strowan, youngest daughter of Sir John Robertson, K.C.M.G. WAGGA WAGGA EXPRESS. WEDNESDAY, AL']!IL 2, 1S79.

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BOMBAY. March 28. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 2 April 1879

BOMBAY. March 28. A morning paper publishes the report that, as the peac; negotiations with the Govern ment of Yakoob Khan have failed, orders have bepii given for an immediate advance on Cabiil. March 3D. General Sandenianscamp, SouthCandahar, w;is attacked by 2000 Afghans, the latter lieinp completely defeated with a loss of 150, the British loss being small.

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COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. SATURDAY, MARCH 29. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 2 April 1879

COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. Saturday. March 21). Messrs. Harrison, Joxkb nnd Dirus, ronort :— Fat Cattle: 1486 yarded [or Monday nnd Thursday, this liumbsr lieinp fewer tlinn for many weeks |iast, consequently prices ruled in favour of vendors, more especially for priinii quality cattle, and we think fi'Tires now assume an upward tfiiiileucy. We a^aul topped tile market witli a draft of bullocks direct from paddocks, prime bulling at £ 8 4s, the lot nvcra:,-lu- £7 2s Oil. Tlie oneniwr soles of Monday were ahunt equal to thoBe of last week, but ns sales progressed and any (rood quality offered, competition was belter, and from 7s Od to 10s per head was obtainable. We sold :— 01 bullocks, rail, £7 2s M ; 30 do, do, £5 18s 4d ; (13 Illi-cd (Chapman), £6; 36 liulloeks (G. Lee), jtO 13s to Jt8 ; 2(1 do, rail, £fi. Fat Sheep : 11.SS2 penned, which muv be taken as an average of the wccklv supply. Prices ruled in favour of buyers and may be quoted tlllu-54 at 0s, 4S at Ss, 40 at 7...

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TELEGRAPHIC. LONDON. March 27. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 2 April 1879

TELEGrRAPmC, LONDON. March 27. The Select Committee of the House of Comiiinns .tpiiointeil in reference to the seat for Cliire will, it is stated, unseat Sir Bryan O'Loghlen. M'1, Arthur Mills, member for Exetor, lias gjvt ii invtipe jj) thi! House of Commons tli.it lie will to-morrow o?k fy'r Miplmel Hicks Beach to lay upon the table copies of fhp tariffs of Victoria anrl t.lin nr.lmr Aiiet.rali.iii colonies. The Great Powers will occupy Roumelia for twelve months, on tlie evacuation by the litissians, .inJ maintain order. The Under-Secretary for India, iu asking learo fc) introduce a hill nuthorisiu» a loan of £10,000,000 to ))e roiscil in England for India, on Wednesday, naiil that a Russian official note proposes a corps of 15,000 con tingents. Iu tlie HuuseofCommoiiB, lastniglit, there Mas a lengthy discussion -m a vote of (rant of confidence in tho Ministry, iu regard to Zulu nff'ftirs, moved liy Mr. Dilke. The Bight )ip»). V. A ,Staulcy, Secretary of State for tlie War Dejjar...

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COLONIAL WOOL MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 2 April 1879

COLONIAL WOOL MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION. The following informntiou has been forwarded to us (Echo) by the lion, secretary to the Colonial Wool Mer chants Association : — '118 Leadenhail-st. London. E.G. '12th February, 1879. ' A letter having been addressed to Mr. F. G. Dalgety, the Chairman of the Association, by Mr. A. Hamilton, recommending an increase in the num ber of public sales from four to six annually, a special meeting of the com mittee was convened on the 15th January, 1879, to take the matter into consideration, when the chairman in vited that gentleman to offer any argument or remarks he might wish to make iu support of his scheme. Mr. Hamilton then addressed the meeting, detailing his view on tbe subject ; the question -was then deliberated in its general bearing on tbe various interests concerned, when it appeared to be the prevailing opinion, that, whatever force there might be in some of Mr. Hamil ton's statements, the present time of almost unexampled depression, was...

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SYDNEY STATION PRODUCE REPORT. SATURDAY, MARCH 29. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 2 April 1879

SYDNEY STATION PRODUCE REPORT. Satikiiav, .March 29. Messrs. Haruisox, Joxks, nnd Devlin- rc|mrt. :— Wool : No sales during the week. The wool likely to be oSere.1 here for the lialanrc of this season will be very small, but unli'ss sonic improvement in Ihc price of wool tnkes place :a the next series we fear that buvers here will not be in much heart for the new clip. Sheepskins: N'o sales held. Hides: 2-i!l:t oftercil, 2070 sold, (iuotat inns- Extra heavy, 3Jd to :ijd ; hcavv, 33-1 to 3|il ; medium, 3.1 to :!Jd ; lijtlit and midd'liiiL', -2M to 3d. Tallow : 3!I3 offered, SS suld. -)uotations— Ucst lliutou, £27 to £2$ ; beef £20 to £27 ; mixed and station, i:21 .o £24.

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HAY. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 2 April 1879

HAY. Friday. \{r. Peter Tyson, a well-known squatter, died to-day. The river is rising rapidly, and is now navigable.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 2 April 1879

As apothecary shop is mndc ol the stomach by tliose who swallow, with avidity, even- proscription com mended to their lips. The result is the system is nut only irretrievably ruined, but really efficacious reme dies lose their virtue. If people would onlv exercise hioro judgment than credulity, und liuvu less'faith than circumspection about tlicm, tlicy would confide only in those measures that assert their own supremacy. They would take untiring int.. the system but what, like Udulplio Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps, vindicates its value by its effects.— Adv. Hollowav'k Ointment. Turn which way you will, go where you please, persons will be found who have a ready word of praise for this Ointment. For chaps, chafes, scalds, bruises, and sprains, it is an invaluable remedy : for bad Iejre caused bv accident or cold it inav be confidently rolied upon fur effecting a sound and permanent cure. In cases of swelled uncles, erysipelas, gout and rheumatism, Hollmniy's Ointment gives the...

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MORT'S MONTHLY CIRCULAR. SYDNEY, MARCH 25, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 2 April 1879

MORT'S MONTHLY CIRCULAR. Sinimv. Maiich 2S. 1S7!). Wool.— Tlic quantity receiveil since we wrote on tho 10th ultimo lias been very liiuilul compared with re ccipts durini; a coiTespondiii(f time in prininus sea sons, and as the warehouses are now almost empty, a fair estimate can he formed of the season's product ion. So far as twain ascertain, u much larger proportion than usual of the clip came forward in (,Teast this vcar, and this must he taken into .iccmint in ciin jnriiiKtlieiirudiictliin with former years. The ship inenls from 1st October, 1S77, to 25th March, 1S7S, in clude 1O3.41S bales, as a','iiiiist Wli.l.W bales this sea son to corresiKindiii).' dates, shewing an increase of 3' 737 bales. In both cases there would he a fen thousand hales on branl ships in course rf loadiiiL', whicli arc not included in the above figures. Allliouuh an increase is thus shown from this 'colony, it must not be forgotten that deliveries have been more l\ipid this year and the sc.ison apjiear...

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SYDNEY. Tuesday, 12.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 2 April 1879

SYDNEY. I Tuesdav, 12.30 p.m. Messrs. Fincham and Dixon, members of the Victorian Assembly, arrived yesterday with the object of a visit to inspect the Aus tralian Coal Co. 's mine, Newcastle, iu the interest of thu shareholders. The National Shipwreck Relief Society voted ,t'3S to the captain, engineer, and sea men who suffered considerable loss from the tnniiduring or the lionine Unndee. At a meeting uf the Zoological Society, yesterday, Mr. Walter Lamb was elected President. Subscriptions are arriving freely. ^A hoavy find of gold is reported from the North Lady Mary claim, Gympie Diggings, the patch being estimated to contain 6000 ounces. Cattle easier. Best beef 17s. per 100 lbs. Sheep down. 521b wethers quoted at Ss. (id. G.55 p.m. The quarterly statement of revenue receipts and expenditure was published to-day. The receipts show a deficiency of £78,800 coin p.ired witli the corresponding portion of last year. Tho land auction sales show an increase of £4S,GS0, and selections ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 2 April 1879

WANTED, a Housemaid ; also a Nurse maid. Apply, Mks. Browe, Masons' Arms. ma WANTED, a good Gbkkiial Servant , Apply, Mjm. VoRiiusr, Fitztnaurico sWeot. ' : ''? .. ma WANTED, a Laundress (single woman). Apply immediately, Mrs. O'Kourke, Australian Hotel. ma WANTED injmedialely, Qcaukymen, and Men with Teams to Draw Stone Apply at P. Thompson's, Tarcutta Road ; or at the Camp on the Albury Road, 5 miles from Wagga. ma TO JOURNEYMEN TAILORS.— Wanted, Tiikkg Men. Constant em ployment. Apply, W. Macartjiuh. ma -1 /\ SHILLINGS REWARD.— Lost, on L\J 25th March, one GREY HORSE, branded H near shoulder. Apply, James Whitbly, Newtown, Wagga. ma fi-i REWARD.- Strayed from the Wes cUl- loyau Parsonage, on Monday night, one DARK BAY HOKSK, w over'N near shoulder, shod. £1 reward on delivery to Mil. Mai'KAv, Gobbagomualin. ma T^'OTICE TO CONTRACTORS. TENDERS are requested for Works ou the Narandera and Tarcutta mads. Plans and Specifications at the Court House, Wagga. Tenders to lie sent to the ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 2 April 1879

It will be especially interesting to tlie ratepavers to w.itcli tlie action of the Municipal Council willi l-efjard to the question of water supply. Aliont two yeai-s ago the subject was discussed, ami Mr. Lanijthkk. who is, nrobiililv. the best authority on such matters in the colony, was consulted. His report, which must have cost him a large amount of labour, ami which — to bring the matter to a practical and readily understood basis — also cost the rate payers some money, was very clear and exhaustive, as may be imagined from the gentleman's reputation. He had made water supply his especial study, and engaged as lie was upon the principal works of that kind in Vic toria, no views were entitled to more respect. By a lucky chance the Council had thus the best professional advice at their doors, but as everyone knows, water was declined. Recently the Council has again awakened to the necessity for water supply, and we understand that the Government has consei.ced to send up an engi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 2 April 1879

Special Advertisements. Goldsbrough's Wool Warehouses, Melbourne. 11. GOLDSBHOUGH & CO. BliG to announce In the Wonljnwers mid Merchants -if the Australian Colonies, Ta-m:nm, and New Zealand, th:it their WAREIIOrsiB A11E SOW READY For Hie RRCKPTION AND SALE OF WOOL During the Season, and that they are prepared to make LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES, On the ensuinsr Clip .if Wool, either for sale in this market, or shipment tu London. Sales bv 1'uhlie Anetion will lie hel.l oil each Monday and WKlixBiDAV cluriiifr tlio Season, and propels will be p?.id on the Tuesday follovvinjr. jjjiev aet as Seli.iso JSiioki'.iis only, ami Constituents in«- rely on their liost cmlcnvmirs to ulitnin the fullest market' value for any eonsijfm cuts with which they maj he favoured. Their well-known Warehouses have liccn cinstruetcd sneeiallv for the STOK/LG1-: and DISPLAY of WOOL to the Itest sulrantijfe, Ilio Sample Rooms Imin;; lighted on an improved principle. The various li..otns arc convenient, to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 2 April 1879

Shipping KIENT LINE OF STEAMSHIPS FOR LONDON. VIA THE SUEZ CANAL. The full-powered steamships of tliis line are built and fitted expressly for carrying Passengers on long ocean voyages ; they are each of about 4000 tons register, and make the voyage in about 40 days. They arc fitted with punkaliB, attached to the main engines, and steam-heating apparatus on the most approved principle, and arc thoroughly venti lated for the tropics. The next departures will be : — ? '~ Steamer From Sydney I Krnni Melbourne JOHN ELDFK.... April Mh April ISUi cniMnoRAZO .. Mny Bill May 12lh CUZCO ? June Oth ? ' June 14th To be followed every mouth by a similar steamer. The steam launch AUENORIA will leave the Circular Quay daily, at 3 and 4 o'clock, from the Mist March to the 4th April, to convey intending passengers to nud from the B.s. JOHN ELDER free of charge, passes for which can be obtained from the agents. Fades to London, £Ifi and upwards. Suez Cnnal Dues, 8s. In addition. Passages from London...

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