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STATIC OF THE RIVER. APRIL 1, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 2 April 1879

STATE OF THE UIVEU. Ari:ii. 1. 1ST!). ft. in. Gumlagai ? Nil Report. Wiifffia \Vng!Ki ? 3 0 Falling.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MAIL STEAMERS [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 2 April 1879

MAIL STEAMEHS Via Suez Via San Khani'wo. i.kavr Melbourne, April 17 | Sydney, April 13.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 April 1879

MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Wrdxk&uav. Al'IUL 2. Fat Cattle.— Another large supply forward, amount ing to 1000 head, the whole of which passed the Jiammer to-day. Those to hand of prime and good quality found purchasers at a reduction of 10s per head from last quotations, while middling and inferior descriptions, of which a great many were yarded, met n'ith a vcrv dull demand, and sales of such were diffi cult to effect at low figures. Prime bullocks realised ; from £8 10s to £9 17s Gd ; (rood do from £7 to £S ; Second do from £5 102 to AUJ 10 ; inferior, from £3 10s ; .best cows, from £5 to £6 17s Gd ; others, from 43s i upwards. Messrs. Pkck. Hudson*, and Rayxor have j sold 90 for J. Tyson, at from £7 5s to 12s Gd, by far I the highest averngc of the day, and 215 for Messrs. 1 Mackintosh, Hanson, Moore, Simmons, Wilson, 1 Schroeder, Lett, tapper, Campbell, Tiiomron, Forsyth, i and Clyne, at market rates. Mr. Gbohqr How at has 1 gold 11 head for - W. D. Crocker to £7 15s. ...

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SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. THURSDAY, APRIL 3. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 April 1879

SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. TnUURSDAV, Al'lUb 3. Messrs. Griffiths and Weaver report Fat Cattlc : Tlie very large number offered at llomebush again this week (over 1800 head) keep prices down for all but really prime quality. Prime pens of bullocks are worth 17s to 17s fld per 1001b ; medium cattlc, 14s to 15s ; wasted lots at store prices. Fat Sheep : Another heavy supply forward, about 15,000, aud no signs of cessation in the present glut-Consumci-s arc reaping preat advantage from the railway facilities, for such Bheep as now sell at from 7s to 8s were scarcely ever Been at Homcbush in former years. Prices show a de cline of fully Is per head on best sheep, and medium aud wasted flocks at store rates ; about 4000 wethers were sold to a grazier at Gs. Best Mlh wethers brought 8s ; fair to good quality sheep Gs Gd to 7s Gd. Store Stock : There is a move in these, aud a considerable number of enquiries have reached us. Wc bear of the Bale of 7000 grown bullocks, from the coast, to be ...

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MESSRS. WILKINSON, MINCHIN, & LAVENDER'S REPORT. WAGGA WAGGA, HAY, AND SYDNEY Wagga Wagga, April 5. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 April 1879

MESSRS. WILKINSON, MINCHIN, & LA VENDER'S UK POUT. WAOOA WAGOA, 1IAY, AND SYD.VJIV Wagga Wagga, April 5. Fat Stock.— Tlie market In both Sydney and Mel- J bourne remains unaltered, if anything it is a shade j lower, in consequence of the large numbers of both i sheep and cattlc coming forward, outside buyers from both markets arc con mencing to opcv;Ue. Our private gales have been 12^0 f.it wethers from Messrs. Find lay and Moore ; 1900 for Messrs, Woodlo'ik and Sons ; anil 800 for Mr. Frazer to a Victorian buyer at fair r-ites, and have several lots under offer and now being in spected. Store Cattle.— Market unaltered, demand very dull. Prices low. Store Sheep.— The near approach of lambing inter feres considerably with the sale of ewes, owing to the difficulty of travelling. The demand, however, is still good for all classes, young wethers and weancrs being mostly enquired for. Wc have sold 3000 six and eight tenth wethers to Mr. George Seaborn, of Gundcbendal North, Town ...

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COMMERCIAL. STOCK REPORT. EXPRESS Office, April 4. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 April 1879

COMMERCIAL. STOCK REPOKT. CxrRKSS Office, April 4. The weather during tbe past wnck has exhibited no change. Tlie days have been Ink-lit and warm and the nfphts cool. From Nanimlcra wc learn that sirailsr weather lias been exiwrieneod there. There, as , local Iv, feed Is good, hut rain is required. Lower uoivn tho river wc have the same accounts. The latest accounts from Queensland state tliat tlie weather nas continued fine throughout the southern and western districts, although sonieivliat threatening at several of .1 ? ? ? I ? ? i.n 1v,....,e 'VI, n ,v»!t1hf-r was also fine all the wav up the coast, as well as in the central dw triats; hut in the northern interior and in the neigh borhood of the Gulf there was rain, as shown by reports from Kinibcrlcy (l'4'2ih.), Junction Creek fliWin.), and nt Northampton it was shower?'. On the Darling the weather is fill that could be desired. Grass and water everywhere. The road via Cobar, we (Central Australian) hear, U really excellent for ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 April 1879

? = I The establishment of coffee houses is a scheme which commends itself to everyone ] who has the real well-being of their fefiow men at heart. That these places will have j the effect of diminishing the vice of drunken- j ness there can be 110 doubt ; but it is essential , that tlie refreshments provided be excellent in every respect. We may expect that, I though they are called coffee houses the lead- j iug article of consumption will l-e tea, . it is, therefore, of the greatest importance that at the outset of tbe movement a really good cup. of tea be provided, aud this can be done with certainty if the promoters in sist on theuse of the Oriental Tea Company's Packet Teas, which have secured the appro bation of the best judges in Europe and the colonies. — A»v.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 April 1879

Special Advertisements. G-oldsbroug'h's Wool Warehouses, Melbourne. R. GOLDSBROUGH & CO. BUG to announce to tlie Wooljyrowenj and Merchants of the Australian Colonics, Tasmania, oud New Zealand, that their Warehouses are sow Heady For the RECEPTION AND .SALE OF WOOL During tlie Season, and tint they are prepared to make LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES, SO VWGl'tl.MU.V, tkrmk, On the ensuinjr Clip of Wool, cither for sale in this market, or shipment to London. Sales l-v Public Auction win he held on cadi Monday and Wkdskwav tluriiigthe Season, and proceeds will be pp.id on the Tuesday following. '.They net as Selling Brokers only, and Constituents may relv on their host endeavours to obtain tlie fullest market value for any cotisiyirf.cnts with which they ma\ he favoured. Their well-known Warehouses have been constructed specially for the STORAGE and DISPLAY of WOOL to the best advantage, the Sample Rooms bein«r lighted on an improved principle. The various Knows arc convenient to each...

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THURSDAY, APRIL 3. LARCENY FROM A DWELLING. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 April 1879

Thursday, April 3. LARCENY FROM A DWELLING. John Davidson was charged with stealing the sum of .£14, the property of one Edington. Mr. O'Ryan, in structed bv Mr. Horgau, appeared for the prisoner, who pleaded not guilty. From the evidence it appeared that the prosecutor and prisoner lived near each other on No. 2 contract of the Albury railway line. Prosecutor had the money in his tent — placed in one of the pockets of a pair of trousers. The money consisted of thirteen Commercial Bank (Sydney) jC 1 notes, and one j£1 Bank of Victoria (Melbourne) note. The prosecutor made a memorandum of the number of this note, and placed the record underneath the pillow of his bed. Henry Kane, a lictelkeeper, residing 011 the railway line deposed that this Bank of Victoria note had beeu paid to him by prisoner for board. The defence was that the prisoner had never had the note iu his possession, and that it must have been paid to Kane by some one else. Mr. O'Ryan cross-examined the various witness...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 April 1879

IMPOUNDINGS. At Burrowa, March 25, from Fisher's Creek : — Bay mare, JSB (the S re versed) near shoulder, off fore aud hind feet white, broken, 5 years, 14 hands ; creamy mare, AM or AW (the W up side down) over m over ri or rh near shoulder, like A w (writing A) off' shoulder, broken, aged, 15 hands ; dark bay mare, MR near shoulder, M near neck, white feet, stripe down face. Will be sold April 17. At Coudobolin, March 21, from Con dobolin South : — Roan and white work ing ox, near horn broken, M off rump aud ribs ; roan and white cow, J y (the J reversed upside down) near rump, ears marked ; roan and white ox, blotch near rump, no legible brand visible, both ears marked. Also, March 24, from same place : — Brown pony gelding, W over £ near shoulder, MR (tlie R reversed) off shoulder, star, hind foot white, aged, 14 hands. Will be sold April 24. At Murruniburrah, March 27, from Galong : — Roan mare W off tbigli, broken in, aged Will be sold April 17. 4-t Ten-mile Creek, March 22, f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 April 1879

' Physiciai?, heal thyself,' exclaimed the apostle, aud the laconic exhortation applies to mankind, themselves their own, best, and truest physicians, if they turn not a deaf ear to the ' wisdom ' thnt ' crieth without ' and ' uttereth her voice in the street.' This wisdom -teacheth that there is a certain ' balm in Gilead,' and that balm is to be found in the remedies that have been known to effect positive and radical cures ; such, for instance, as Udolpho Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps, coming to us, as it does, crowned with the sanction of years of experiment, trial, and use. — Adv.

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VALUE OF SHEEP AS MANURE MAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 April 1879

VALUE OF SHEEP AS MANURE MAKERS. Pasture alone is not sufficient to main tain sheep iu profitable thrift, especially in the approaching breeding season ; in addition, a daily ration of grain is needed. When the pasture is poor the quantity of grain should be liberal. With good pasture a pint of mixed corn and oats or rye and buckwheat is little enough ; with poor pasture half as much again would be required to keep full grown sheep or lambs in proper con dition. In some sections cotton-seed meal is coming into great favour for feeding sheep on poor pastures, a half pint being fed to each one daily. It is a nutritious food and makes an excep tionally rich manure ; aud the quality of the dung of animals as a manure always depends on the quality of their food, for the dung is only the food changed by the process of digestion, less the portion taken into the system as nutriment. There is a mistaken idea, which has been fostered by writers who know little about sheep, that these animals ...

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THE BALANCE OF POWER. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 April 1879

THE BALANCE OF POWER. The late discovery of the Times that there is such a thing as a ' wholesome balance of power ' lias doubtless caused some surprise to the readers of that singular journal ; but, in truth, tlie real matter of marvel is that oven the Times should ever have denied the existence of what it now admits. Those, however, who recollect the dis sertation on this subject iu one of the early chapters of Mr. Kinglakcs ' In vasion of the Crimea' will have already observed the effect of the long European peace which came to a close in 1854 in obscuring a principle as unassailable when properly stated as the law of self preseivatiou itself. The history of Europe ever since that date has beeu one continuous homily 011 the text that the peace of the world depends upon the maintenance of a certain equi librium between forces ever tending to disturb it ; a proposition, moreover, so plainly axiomatic that those who have disputed it have been only able to do so by denying the existe...

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THE VICTORIA CROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 April 1879

THE VICTORIA CROSS. Of all prizes that men in the army aud navy covet, there is none more eagerly sought, more jealously guarded, or more dearly loved, than the simple cross in gun-metal, bearing the inscription 'For Valour.' The Victoria Cross was in stituted bv Roval Warrant on January 19 1856, as a reward for individual in stances of merit and valour in tlie army and navy. Although many acts of heroism had bsen performed in both services in the earlier part of our Gracious Majesty's reign, it was not deemed advisable to make the action of the warrant retrospective, and the heroes of the Crimea were therefore the first who received the mucli:coveted decoration. Tlie cross itself is a simple pieceof gun-metal, bronze-coloured, with the royal crest in the middle, and be low, the words 'For Valour;' in the centre of the reverse the date of the act of heroieni is inscribed, and on the bar to which the ribbon is attached, the name of the individual and of the corps to which he belongs....

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THE PESTALLOZZIAN SYSTEM OF EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 April 1879

THE PESTALLOZZIAN SYSTEM OF EDUCATION. Henhy Festallozzi was a native of ! Zurich, in Switzerland, and lived from 1 1745 to 1827. While at school he was i distinguished for his energy and for the i benevolence of his disposition ; and so j earnest was his application to study when a young man that he fell into a serious illness. O11 his recovery he entirely altered his mode of life, burnt his papers, gave up reading, and applied himself to agriculture, and bought a j farm in the canton of Aargau. While j thus engaged his mind was led to con template the misery with which he was ! surrounded, and he began to consider , the want of education as the principal source. At Neuhof he received into : his house fifty children, orphans of the j poorest class, or of vagabond beggars, acting as father to them, found tlieni employment, superintended their edu cation, and gave them all the instruction that might be useful in their circum stances. To eflect this he followed an original plan, formi...

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DEATH OF THE MIR AKHOR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 April 1879

DEATH OF THE MIR AKHOR. The Jellalabad correspondent of the Civil and Military Gazette on the 27th January last writes : — The lire of one of our bitterest opponents ha; at length been terminated by a death as violent and unhappy as have been the latter years of his life. The Mir Aklior is really dead. Numerous as were the rumours and reports brought in as to the death of the old man, it was not until yesterday that we received intelli gence which left no doubt of the. fact that he will never again trouble us. Not a man existed throughout the length and breath of this country of fanatics, whose hatred to tbe English feringhee was more implacable or in veterate than that of this old fellow, who has now gone to his rest after — as the people say — a full century of life. For years the old man has suffered from illness, and latterly he has been a hopeless cripple, utterly iucapable. of motion, carried to and fro by his servants, but still with an unclouded brain and mitired energy. Fro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 April 1879

Holloway's Pills. — Any dyspeptic sufferer aware of tbe purifying, re gulating, and gentle aperient powers of these Pills, should permit no one to cloud his judgement or to warp his course. Witli a ' box of Holloway's Pills, and attention to its accompanying ' Directions,' he may feel thoroughly satisfied that he can safely and effect ually release himself from his miseries without impairing his appetite or dis tressing his digestion. By aiding natural nutrition, this excellent medi cine raises the bodily strength to its extreme limits, and banishes a thousand annoying forms of nervous complaints. An occasional resort to Holloway's remedy will prove . highly salutary to all persons, whether well or ill, whose digestion is slow or imperfect, usually -evidenced by weariness, listless ness, and despondency. — Adv .

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POST OFFICE, WAGGA WACGA. TIME TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 April 1879

POST OFFICE, WAGGA WACGA. TIME TABLE or TUB arrival and despatch of mails. ARRIVALS. Sunday Sydney, via RaHw&v Station IM- ? 10 a.ui Melbourne, via Albury and Germanton . . 2.30 p.m Deniliquin and Orana ? 4 p.m Clarendon ? 0.30 p.m Monday. Ilay aud Karandera ? 3 a-nl Albury and Germatiton ? 2.30 p.m Tuesday. Tarcutta ? 1 n-in Kindra, Cowabee, Ariab, lirokcti Dam, Mimosa, The Rock, aud Marrar ?? «r- a-,n Svdnev, via Railway Station P.O. .. ..10 a.m Melbourne, via Albury, Germanton, and Cookardinia ? 2.30 p.m Deniliquin and Urana ? 4 p.m Wednesday. Sydno.v, vra Railway Station P.0 ? 10 a.m \ValI»cetown and Uriicedale ? 11 a.m Melbourne, via Albury and Germanton .. 2.30 p.iu Deniliquin and Urana ? 4 p.m Tnursday. Tarcutta ? 1 a.m Hay and Naraudera ? 8 a.m Sydney, via Railway Station P.O. . ..10 a.m Melbourne, via Albjry, Germanton, and Ccv»kardinia ? 2.30 p.m Clarendon ? 0.30 p.m Friday. Sydney, via Railway Station P.0 ? 10 a.m McltMiurue, via Albury and Germanton - . 2.30 p.m ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 April 1879

Shipping. RIENT LTNE OF STEAMSHIPS FOR LONDON. VIA THE SUEZ CANAL. The full-powered, steamships of this- line are built and fitted expressly for carrying Passengers 011 long ocean voyages ; they are eacli of about 4000 tons register, and mnke the voyage in about 40 days. They aro fitted with punkahs, attached to tlio main engines, and Bteam-heating apparatus on the most approved principle, and are thoroughly venti lated for the tropics. The next departures ?will he : — ? Stcnnicr From SyilncvTFrnin Melbourne JOHN EI.DKR.... April fitll April 1211) CHIMBOHAZO .. May 61 li May lilli CI'ZCO ? ? June 0th Junc^l411i To he followed every month by A similar steamer. The steam launch AGENORIA will leave the Circular Quay daily, at 3 and 4 o'clock, from the 31st March to the 4tli April, to convey intendine passengers to and from the s.s. JOHN ELDEll free of_ charge, passes for which can be obtained from the agents. Fakes to London, £lfi and upwards. Suez Canal Duos, 8s. in nddillnn. Passages...

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CIRCUIT COURT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2. (Before his Honour Sir Wm. Manning.) FELONIOUSLY WOUNDING. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 April 1879

CIRCUIT COURT. Wednesday, April 2. (Before His Honour Sir Win, Manning.] FELONIOUSLY WOV'NDINC. Augustus Johxsox, found guilty of stabbing John Johnson 011 tin; previous day, aud remanded for sentence, was brought up and sentenced to six months' imprisonment in Goulburu gaol. HOBBEKY UNDER ARMS. Robert Patterson, who hud pleaded guilty to the charge of robbing a hawker under arms, and had put in the plea that he was suffering from a sun stroke, and was therefore not in a sound state of mind at tlie time of the offence, was brought up for sentence. His Honour questioned the prose cutor Stone as to the occurrence, with a view to elicit whether there was any thing iu prisoner's conduct at the time of the outrrage that could lead him to suppose that lie was not a sane man, and prosecutor detailed at length the particulars of the robbery already pub lished, and affirmed that the prisoner appeared to know what he was about, and added that le was convinced that prisoner had been lying in w...

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