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

PUBLIC NOTICE. MOSTASH Sd GO., NARANDERA, Hearing continuous complaints about the overcharges their customers have had to submit to from other Storekeepers, have determined to continue in business, and intend to Re-erect their former Commodious Buildings, Destroyed by the Late Fire. MAX MONASH -fe CO. are now carrying on Business in TEMPORARY PREMISES adjoining, and are now offering to the public one of the BEST SELECTED STOCKS in the Colonies, at such PRICES which will defy competition of any sort. MAX MONASH & CO.'S STORE is now FULLY STOCKED, arid Every Article purchased at their Establishment is Guaranteed for QUALITY and DURABILITY. MAX MONASH -fc CO. beg the Public to pay PARTICULAR ATTENTION, that the FLOUR sold at their Store is guaranteed of the VERY BEST QUALITY, and every bag bears the Miller's Brand ; and that they have never been purchasers of any damaged Flour, of which the steamers sold a large quantity to other stores. MAX MONASH AND CO.'S IS TBE CHEAPEST STO...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
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MESSRS. WILKINSON, MINCHIN, & LAVENDER'S REPORT. WAGGA WAGGA, HAY, AND SYDNEY, Wagga Wagga, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879

MESSRS. WILKINSON, MINCHIN, & LAVENDER'S REPORT. WAGGA WAGGA, IlAV, AND 8YUNKV | Wagga Wagga, January 10. j Fat Cattle.— Tlie Sydney market was steady at late | quotations on Thursday, and if anything a shade j higher, say fis. ]X:r head, but the prices ruling are I lower than tliev have ffecu for years. We have sold I locally 142 head light weights, very prime for Mr. I Frank Johns to Messrs. WarmolJand Blaymey. j Fat Sheep.— Wo have no sales to report this week, metropolitan market very dull. ! Store Cattle.— For many years we have not cs- j perieuced so much difficulty in placing this class of j stock. We have several fine lots close, besides some j northern lots coming forward, for which we should j like to trade at priccs which must eventually amply j repay any speculator. ! Store Sheep.— The demand is still fair, but we find it i veiy hard to effect ami carry out sales, mixed weancrs and fattening wethers arc mostly enquired for. Our sales have been 14,000 wethers for ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
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COMMERCIAL. STOCK REPORT. EXPRESS Office, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879

COMMERCIAL. 'STOCK REPOttT. Exprkss Office. January 10. The weather since out* last report has lieen very hot, the thermometer ranging up to 100 dep. in a fair shade. We hear very bad accounts of the gniss seed on the plains ; sheep and lambs arc blinded hy it; being in cousoquunce unable to reach water, and then die from thirst. Accounts of pastoral matters from | other districts show little alteration from tbe etorco- - typed form ntthis season. Froui parts of Ouccnsland j we have accounts of heavy rain. From the const ns I for westward as Dalby, the fall was comparatively light ; but at Condamiue and lloina over an inch fell during the twenty-four hours. Tlie weather was threatening as far out as Nivc Downs, and at Blackall, Tambo, and Cumiamulla. On the co:ist the rain was very general, and in «wmc cases unusually heavy. At Mackay the unusually heavy fall of C*02in was regis tered, and at Bo wen 2*57inM while at TownsviHe only 0*45 iu. was reported. The rains have also been expe...

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HILLSTON. (From our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879

HILLSTON. I (From our Correspondent). We Lave been steeped to our eyes in races during the past fortnight. Those pertainiug to this town, aud of ?which the following is a resume, came off on Boxing Day : — Maiden Plate, of 15 sovs. One mile and a quarter. Mr. J. Forest's The Fisher ? 1 Mr. S. Aaron's Fair Nell ? 2 Handicap Hurdle Race, of 15 sovs. Two miles. Mr. Robison's Jane ? 1 Mr. Carroll's Gift ? 2 Hilston Handicap, a sweep of 1 sov., -with 35 sovs. added. One mile and three quarters. Mr. Forrest's The Fisher ? 1 Mr. L. Wright's Cassemiro ... 2 Flying Handicap, of 10 sovs. Three quarters of a mile. Mr. Evans' Paddy ? 1 Mr. Aaron's Fair Nell ? 2 Hurry Scurry. Mr. Molesworth's ? ? 1 Mr. Brown's Sleepy Joe ? 2 The following is a list of the races, and results, held at Forrest's Lachlan Hotel, on New Year's Day : — Maiden Plate, of 10 sovs. One mile. Mr. C. Reynolds' Easy John... 1 Mr. J. Macfarlane's Limerick 2 Lachlan Handicap, of 15 sovs. Two miles. Mr. J. Forrest's The Fisher ....

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879

IMPOUNDING®. At South Wagga Wagga, from Common : — Brown horse, JEW over JHC (conjoined) near shoulder, aged, 1 i)j hands. Also, from Grass Paddock : — Bay horse, GU over P H over B near shoulder, near hind foot white. Also, from Grass Paddock: — Bay mare, J over go near shoulder, like P off shoulder, like P off shoulder, collar marked, lame near forefoot, aged; Bay mare, Hp near shoulder, aged, 14£ hands. Also, from Grass Paddock : — ? Black mare, star, G@ near shoulder, TJG off shoulder, fore fetlocks white. Also, from Grass Paddock : — Roan and white bull, MS near rump, WT off thigh. Will be sold Jan. 23. At North Wagga Wagga, Dec. 28, from Brett's Farm: — Grey inare, ^ over NB near thigh, -~v over W off shoulder, lame, aged. Also, from Wallacetown: — Brown gelding, ;.MB' near shoulder, star and snip, white' hind feet, collar-marked, aged, 16 hands, pulled tail. Will be sold Jan. 23.' At Clarendon, Dec. 16, from parish of Boree : — Bay filly, star, 22 near shoulder, 4yrs., 23J ha...

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THE LACHLAN ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879

THE LACHLAN ELECTION. The nomination of a candidate to serve in the Legislative Assembly as a mem ber of Parliament for the electorate of the Lachlan took place in the Court house, Burrowa, at noon on Saturday last, the 4th iust. There were between 80 and 100 persons present, and among those on the bench we noticed his Honour Judge Forbes, Messrs. Hume, Campbell, J. N. Ryan, P. H. Scott, Russell, and many other well-knewn gentlemen of the district. Exactly at 12 o'clock the Returning Officer (Mr. W. D. Campbell), who was received with great cheers, opened the proceedings by reading the writ empowering him to conduct the meet ing. He said the electors knew the object of the meeting, and he felt cer tain that each speaker would receive a quiet and patient hearing. As there were several candidates, he would call upon the gentlemen who intended to nominate the Hon. James Watson to come forward and address the meeting. (Hear, hear.) Mr. N. R. Besnard, sen., J.P., was received with cheers...

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ANECDOTES OF GEORGE IV. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879

ANECDOTES OF GEORGE IV. When Lord Liverpool was forming his Ministry in 1822, he thought it ab solutely necessary to have Canning at the Foreign Office, although aware the appointment would be obnoxious to George IV. The Duke of Wellington undertook the unpleasant task of com municating Lord Liverpool's determut atiou, aud went to Brighton for that purpose. As soon as the King knew what was wanted of him, he broke out, ' Arthur, it is impossible ! I said, ou my honor as a gentleinau, he should never be one of my Ministers again. I am sure you will agree with me that I cannot do what I said on my honor as a gentleman I would not do.' An other man would have been silenced ; but the great soldier, always equal to an emergency, replied, 'Pardon me, sire, but I don't agree with you at all. Your Majesty is not a gentleman, hut the Sovereign of England, with duties to your people far above any to your self; and these duties render it im perative that you should employ the abilities of Mr,....

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THE COSTLIEST AND LAZIEST COURT IN THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879

THE COSTLIEST AND LAZIEST COURT IN THE WORLD. The Seraglios are a source of ruinous expense to the Treasury. Not only are the allowances of the sultanas, kadines, ikbals (favourites), and guieuzdes (as pirant favourites) large, but the ways of the place are extravagent. Each of the Imperial ladies has her daira, or retinue of companions, male and female servants ; and all these people scatter gold about without counting, whenever they have a whim to satisfy. Sultans do uot contract regular marriages, and the . reigning lady in the Seraglio is never the sultan's wife, but his mother. She bears the title of Sultana Yulide, and all the inmates of the Seraglio owe her servile obedience. Her household consists of about 200 servants and guards. Next to her in rank comes the Hasnadar Ousta, or Mistress of the Treasury, who is generally a shrewd old woman promoted from the rank of domesticity for her talent in gossip and housekeeping. If the Sultana Validc dies, the Hasnadar succeeds her as...

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OUR RELIGIOUS SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879

OUR RELIGIOUS SOCIETIES. This fraud committed by oue of the officials of the Curates' Augmentation Fund has given an opportunity which some of our contemporaries have used as a peg for depreciatory comments on Religious Societies in general. We Question the fairness of these com ments. Of course such Societies are not perfect organisations. What human organisation is perfect I As in Secular Associations, so in Religious Societies, it is possible for mistakes to be made ; sometimes, as in the present instance, mistakes of a very serious character. We excuse them not. We palliate tio carelessness of mismanagement, al though it is worth remembering that if auditors can easily be led astray, the members of a Committee are not likely to be more secure. But it certainly is uot charitable to speak harshly of all Societies because one has failed. It is not charitable to be ready to find a ground for not giving instead of a motive to prompt the more generous gift. The case of the Curates' Au...

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AN IDEAL EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879

AN IDEAL EDITOR j He is a general favourite, for he has a great deal in his power, and is not un lavish in its disposal. The newspaper of which he is editor and part proprietor is always open to puff his friends who write books, paint pictures, or mould busts ; he is always ready, unless in the full swing of the Parliamentary season, to spare a paragraph for the achievements of the ' Spring-captains ' and the ' sportsmen ' who are among the number of his acquaintance — for their Alpine ascents, their rowing matches against time, their hunting of the big game in South America, or their racing, driving, yachting, running deeds. His pen and kindly words are ever prompt to introduce a friend, or friend's friend, who is supposed to have literary or artistic talent, to the publishers, the picture-dealers, and the editors of magazines and reviews. From his journalistic position and his acquain tance with managers and actors he seldom lacks orders for the theatre and the opera, and when the...

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HOT WATER AS A RESTORATIVE FOR PLANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879

HOT WATER AS A RESTORA TIVE FOR PLANTS. i M. Willeiimoz, in the French Journal \ of the Socicti/ of Practical Horticulture, relates that plants in pots may be treated with hot water when out of health, the usual remedy for which lias been re potting. He says that when ill-health ensues from acid substances contained or generated in the soil, aud this is absorbed by the roots, it acts as a poison. The small roots are withered and cease | their action, consequently the upper j and younger shoots of the plant turn yellow, and the spots with which the { leaves are covered indicate their morbid state. In such cases the usual remedy | is to transplant into fresh soil, clean the pots carefully, secure good drainage, and often with the best results. But the experience of several years has proved with liiin the unfailing efficacy of the simpler treatment, which consists of watering abundantly with hot water at a temperature of about 145deg. Fahrenheit, having previously stirred the soil of t...

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THE ATTRACTION OF COLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879

THE ATTRACTION OF COLOUR. One of our greatest art-critics is fond of telling us that there is no such thing as a vulgar colour, though there are many vulgar ways of arranging colours. Nobody ever objected to the most brilliant crimson, purple, or orange in a gladiolus, a tulip, or a calceolaria. No body ever found the hues of sunset gaudy, or thought the rainbow overdone. The irridescence that plays upon the facets of an opal, the inner surface of a pearly nautilus, or the dewy petal of a rose, never struck the most fastidious eye as glaring, in spite of all its change ful wealth of pink and green and violet. Even among human products we have each of us seen some specimens of Indian or Moorish workmanship, on which the brightest pigments know 11 to man were lavished with an unsparing hand, and yet the total effect was not one of vulgarity, but rather of richness aud splendour. Like the gorgeous tropical butterflies, they push colour to its furthest admissible extreme, without ever o...

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POST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. TIME TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879

POST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. TIME TABLE OF THB ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. Sunday Sydney, via Railway Station P.0 ? 10.30 a.m Melbourne, via Albuiy and Germanton . - 2.30 p. m Clarendon ? 0.80 p.m Deniliquin and Urana . . ? 10.30 p.m Monday. Hay and Narandera ? 8 a.m Albury and Gertnaalon ? 2.30 p.m Tuesday. Sydney, via Railway Station P.0 ? 10.30 a.m Melbourne, via Albury, Germanton, and Cookardinia ? 2.30 p.ui Deniliquin and Urana ? 10.30 p.m Tarcutta ? 1 a.m Wednesday. Sydney, via Railway Station P.0 ? 10.30 a.in Wallace town and Brucedalc ? 11 a.m Melbourne, via Albuiy aud Germanton . . 2.30 p.m Kindra, Cowabee, Ariah, Broken Dam, Mimosa, The Rock, and Marrar . . 3 p.m Tnursday. Hay and Narandera ? 8 a.m Sydney, via Railway Station P.O. . . . 10.30 a.m Melbourne, via AJbary, Germanton, and Cookardinia ? 2.30 p.m Clarendon ? 6.30 p.m Deniliquin and Urana ? 10.30 p.m Tarcutta ? 1 a.m Friday. Sydney, via Railway Station P.0 ? 10.30 a.m Melbourne, via Albury and Germanton ...

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

Shipping. ORIENT LINE OF STEAMSHIPS FOR LONDON. I 'IA THE SUEZ CANAL. The following full-powered Steamships, built and fitted expressly for carrying Passengers oil long ocean voyages, are eacli of about 4000 tons register, and make the voyage in about 40 dayB. They are fitted with punkahs, attached to the main engines, and steam -heating apparatus on the most approved principle, and are thoroughly venti lated for the trox-ics. Tlicy ?will be dispatched as below : — Steamer j~ From Sydney From Melbourne ACONCAGUA .... January Utli IAJBITANIA ? February 5th February 14th GARONNE ? March 6tli ? March 34th FARES. First Saloon ? 00 to 75 Guillens. Second Saloon ? 35 Guineas. Third Glass ^enclosed cabins) .. 20 to 22 Guineas. Open Berths (for men only) . . £10. Canal Dues— 89. in addition. Passages from London can be granted in Sydney. For further particulars apply, in Loudon, to F. Green and Co., and Anderson, Ander son and Co., Managers of the Orient Steam Navigation Company (Limited); ...

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A LIBERAL GOD-SPEED; OR, THE GOOD DEEDS OF HERMANLI. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879

A LIBERAL GOD-SPEED; OR, THE GOOD DEEDS OF HE11MANLI. 'I, for one, wish Itussia God-speed.'— Mr. Lowe. ' It is high time we should emulate Russia's good deeds.'— Mn. Gladstone. | Vide Report of the Hliodopc Commission, passim. I. Figure Divine from the North, Send thy armed myriads forth ! Pour them in shoals from the Prutli, Heralds of justice aud ruth, Glittering with bayonet aud guu, Bountiful-bright as the sun ! Over Roumanian soil Boll them ou, coil upon coil, Till thy bcnificent bands Swarm on Bulgarian lands, And all the nations and creeds Emulate Muscovite deeds ! God-speed ! God-speed ! II. Swift to the heaveijly work ! Smite the unspeakable Turk ! Found in his infidel roofs ; Speed the rough-shod Cossack hoofs Over his cornfields unreaped : Where once his corri-stooks were heaped Carcase on carcase pile ! Ransack his hearth, then defile ; Water his valleys with blood ; Level his mosques with the mud ; Desecrate garden and porch ; Lay to his rafters the torch ! God-speed ! ...

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DEPARTURES. Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879

DEPARTURES. Sundav Marrar. The Rock, Mimosa, Broken Dam, Ariah, Cowabee, and Kindra . . . . 0 a.m Hay, via Deniliquin and Urana 1.15 p.m Syaney, via Railway Station P.0 ? 4.45 p.m Melbourne, via Germanton, Albury, aud Cookardinia ? 11.30 a.m Monday. Sydney, via Railway Station P.0 ? 4.45 p.m Melbourne, via Germanton and Albury . . 11.30 a.m Tuesday. Melbourne, via Germanton and Albuiy . . 11.30 a.in Tarcutta ? 11.30 p.m Hay and Narandera ? 5 p.m Deniliquin and Urana ? 1.15 p.m Sydney, via Railway Station P.0 ? 4.45 p.m Wednesday. Wallacetown and Brucedale ? Noon Clarendon ? 5.45 a.m Melbourne, via Germanton, Albury, and Cookardinia ? 11.30 a.m Sydney, via Railway Station P.0 ? 4.45 p.m Thursday. Mclbourno, via Germanton aud Albury . . 11.30 a.m Hay, via Deniliquin and Urana 1.15 p.m Rircutta .. ? ? 11.30 p.m Sj'dney, via Railway Station I'.0 ? 4.45 p.m Narandera ? 5 p.m Friday. Melbourne, via Germanton, Albury, and Cookardinia ? 11.30 p.m Sydney, via liaihvay Station r.O. .. .. 4.45...

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CARDINAL CULLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879

CARDINAL CULLEN. In Cardinal Cullen tlie Church of Home has lost a very efficient field-officer in Ireland, and the strict denominational system of education a powerful sup porter. From neither point of view will the British Government be much inclined to indulge iu any special regret, for undoubtedly Cardinal Cullen made j Ireland much more willing to accept strict ecclesiastical discipline than he found it — a discipline often very incon venient to the British policy — while the strict denominational system in educa tion is precisely what the State, as a State, most sincerely dreads- But there is one point of view from wliich Car dinal Cullen's death way be a matter of serious concern even to tlie British Government, though we greatly doubt whether even here the concern would not be in some degree due to narrow ness of view. Cardinal Cullen was a formidable foe to Feuianism, as to every other form of political disloyalty. He endeavoured to crush, and iu a great degree succeeded in...

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COCK-FIGHTING AS IT WAS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879

COCK-FIGHTING AS IT WAS. j Previous to fighting, the cocks were always subjected to a regular course of trainiug or preparation, just as in the case of pugilists, or competitors in more innocent athletic sports ; the object in this case, as in those, being to reduce tlie weight by eliminating all super fluous flesh, and leave the bird m the height of mere muscular power, spirit, and endurance. Every ' cock-feeder' or trainer, almost, had his secret ; and some of these secrets were highly valued. Aperient medicine was almost always given, followed by a spare diet of the most curious compounds ; and the birds were regularly ' sparred ' or sweated, by having their spurs muffled, and being allowed thein to peck and fly at each other, care being of course taken that they inflicted no serious injury. This treatment was carried on for a period varying from a week to a fort night ; but in some cases, where the time was very short, the poor birds were ' reduced ' very fast by being swung vig...

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MR. STANLEY'S LOVE ADVENTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879

MR, STANLEY'S LOVE ADVENTURES. Mr. Henry Stanley's career, if I am to believe the New York Graphic, says ' Man about Town ' in the Sporting Gazette, has been more pathetically romantic in its domestic incidents than the world generally is aware. We know him as the discoverer of Living stone, as the hero of the daring journey across the dark, as the adventurous aud enterprising war correspondent; but till the A'ctu York Graphic lifted the veil we did not know him as the hero of two toucliing love episodes. The first siren who beguiled the heart of this modern Ulysses was a yoiuig Greek maiden whom the traveller met in Crete. He saw the young lady from his window one morning, walking in the garden, as David saw Bathsheba, and from that moment, like the peccant Jewish monarch, he felt that his fate was sealed ; but I will let tbe Graphic tell the romantic story in its own way. ' She was about fifteen years old ; and Mr. Stanley has since declared that never before nor siuce has he behe...

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LAMARTINE ON VOLTAIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879

LAMARTINE ON VOLTAIRE. One thing was wanting in Voltaire — the love of God. He saw Him in mind, and he detested the phantoms which ages of darkness had taken for Him and adored in His stead. He rent away with rage those clouds which prevent the Divine idea from beaming on mankind, but his strength was hatred against error rather than faith in the Divinity. The sentiment of Religion, that sublime resume of human thought, which whenenlighteued mounts to God as a flame, Voltaire never felt in his soul. Thencc sprung the results of his philosophy ; it created neither worship, nor morals, nor charity, it only decomposed aud destroyed. Negative, cold sneering, it operated like poison ; it froze, it never gave life. Thus it never produced, even against the errors it assailed (which were but the human alloy of a Divine idea), the whole effect it should have elicited. It made men sceptics instead of believer's. The Theocratic reaction was prompt aud universal, as it ought to have been. Impie...

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