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MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 12 April 1879
MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. Wednesday, April 0. . Messrs. R. Goi/nsimoroii and Co. report Wool : Quantity coming forward is very limited, and confined tf i small parcels of scoured aud remnants of clips, r-'rioes are nominally the same, no auction sales having been held. Sheepskins : A steady market, and have p-issc'l through a large supply during the past week. Coarse-woiilled skins meet with a very dull market. Wc quote -But fliers' green pelt', up to 2s 3d each; do. dry do.. Is &1 each ; dry skins, inferior to medium, 3d to 5d per lb ; do. medium to superior. 5d t-» Ojd per I lb. Hides: Green hides of lariri' sizes, in good e-»n- I dition, find ready purchasers. Salted hides in poor ru- I ? unlitc cliitu- 1 1 t l-O.it jvifoa WiTO lriivlv lllilfll. I Limed. We quote— Ox-hides (average sizes), from 15s to 24s each; cow-hides, 10s to 14* each; Victorian salted, 2M lo 3Ad per lb.; New Zealand do., nominally arc worth up to 4d per lb. Tallow : We report having cleared ou...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 12 April 1879
BIRTH. Fo.-i;ehv.— On tlie 10th inst., at Eurella, Wagga Wagga, the wife of L. A. Fosbsry, Esij., of a daughter. MARRIAGE. Kinu — Rand. — On the 9th inst., at St. John's, Wagga Wagga, by the father of the bridegroom, assisted by tlie Venerable Arclidcaeou l'ownall, Ocorge liecles Kelso, youngest son of the liev. George King, M. A., Bunvood, to Irene Isabella, only daughter of John Rand, of Oura, Wagga Wagga. WAGGA WAGGA EXPRESS. SATURDAY, AL'IUL 12, 1S79.
BEECHWORTH LIVESTOCK MARKET. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 12 April 1879
BE15CHWORTH LIVESTOCK MARKET. Wednbsday, Aprii, 0. Fat Cattle.— Messrs. .1. H. Gray and Co. report hav ing sold 71 head fur M. O'Donncll, bullocks, £4 7s Od to £G15s; 7 for Mr. Shauahau, bullocks, £0 10s to £7 10s: 10 for G. Wilson, bullocks and cows, £4 12s Gd : 15 for Mr. .h-ffeutt, bul.ocks, £4 7s 0 i ; 43 for Mr. Pcndergast, cows. £3 10s to £.4 ISs ; 4 for Mr. Williams, bullocks, £5 2s Gd ; 10 for Crumcr, bullocks £4 10s, cows £3 4s ; 3 for Mr. Steel, bullocks, £5 5s; 5 for A. Robinson, bullocks, £5 12s G.1 ; 5 for A. Clingin at £4 5s. Fat Sheep.— Messrs. .T. II. Gray and Co. report hav ing sold 918 from the Yanko, wethers 9s 9d, ewcsSsGd ; 50 lambs from Mr. Burrows at Gs. Store Cnltlo.— Messrs. J. H. Giiay and Co. report having sold 117 bullocks from Mr. Pcndergast at £3 3s; 10 bullocks for Mr. Faheyat£3; 22 mixed dairy cattle, cows, steers, aud calves, at 25s.
MESSRS. WILKINSON, MINCHIN, & LAVENDER'S REPORT. WAGGA, WAGGA, HAY AND SYDNEY Wagga Wagga, April 10. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 12 April 1879
MESSRS. WILKINSON, MINCHIN, & LAVENDER'S REl'OHT. WAGOA WAGOA, I1AY, AND SYDNEY' Wagga W.-urga, April 10. 1'iitCattlc. — rncfis still continue vcrv low, nothing hut very prime quality is worth eendj'o ? to market. Wo hove so'd 80 head of bullocks for local consump tion. Fat Sheep.— W« nrc pleased to note a slight im provement in both tlie Sydney and Melbourne m -rkeis. Goodquility realises tv II, but li-ilf fat st ulT i- difileult to dispose of. We luvc some Jots now being in spected. Store Cattle. — Market still very dull, and sales most difficult to effect. We h.«vc smUI iu coumnutu»u with Mnccrc Wnnl.lriil.rn nml IV .-m, OC1 lm.,1 f..~ Anderson and Co., of Trida station. Store Sheep. — Any good lots «-f large numbers are easily placed at fair market rates, especially wemers and fattening wethers. Our sales h:ive been 11.000 weaners for Messrs. Swift and Hann, of Mimosa West, and 2200 wethers far Messrs. Wilson and M'Callum, of Pomiugalamu, to Messrs. Ma_ruire ami Co. of (...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 12 April 1879
Special Advertisements. Goldsbrough's Wool Warehouses, Melbourne. R. GOLDSBROUGTT & CO. BKG to timwuuee l-Uhc\Vortlj;n»\vcvsaHvl Merchants of tho Australian Colonies, Tasmania, smd New Zealand, tl);it their WaKISUOL'KES ark now Rkady Fur the RECEPTION' AND SALE OF WOOL During' tho Season, and that they aro prepared to make LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES, XO FAVGl'RAHLE T RR2U8, On the ensuing Clip of Wool, cither for sale in this market, or shipment to Loudon. Sales by Public Auction will be held on each Monday and Wkdniwday during the Season, and proeucJu will be jvdd on the Tuesday following-. Thcv act as Sklling J3aoKKnfj only, and Constituents may rely on their host endeavours to obtain the fullest market value for any consignments with which they ma- bo favoured. Their well-known Warehouses have been construct! specially for the STORAGE and DISPLAY of WOOL to the bust advantage, the Sample llooms being lighted on au improved principle. The various Rooms are convenient to each ot...
MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. WEDNESDAY, APRIL, 9. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 12 April 1879
MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Wednrsday, April 0. Fat Cattle.— Market again lai*gtdy supplied, 1800 liead forward, all yarded to-duy, but when durkucss set in about 240 rcmuined unsold, which had to be held over. Quality chiefly second and middling, with some prime. Demand dull, and priccs for good sorts ruled fully 10s per head under Inte rates, while the re duction on middling and inferior quality was still gro'iter, the .figures realised being tho worst of the season. Prime bullocks, £7 10s to £0 2s (31 ; good do, £5 10s to £0 10s. Best |-eus cows, £5 to £0 ; good do, £3 10s to £4 10s. Mossrs D. Cahfbkll and Co. sold drafts for Messrs. W. Dooley, T. II. Little, J. Hickev, T. Izod, nud others at Market rates. Messrs. J.G. Dougiiartv and Co. sold 110 cows for H. Ufcket-am, to £4 15s; 101 bullocks for M. O'Donncll, to £5 10s ; 00 cows for H. Kane, to £5 5s ; 51 bullocks and cows for U. Wal ace, to£8 l»s; 33 bullocks for J. Matuhett, to £0 15s; .HO do for Mrs. Lord, to £5; 20 do for I...
SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. THURSDAY, APRIL 10. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 12 April 1879
SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. Thursday, April 10. Messrs. Maiorx, Hill, and Clark report.— Pa1} Cattlc: Prices down ,r-8 to 7s -)d, turned out; worst market this year. Silos were— For Cobb and Co., of Ihickiingny, 58 prime bullocks, £(J 2s lid; Mr. HarrK o *. tinulbum, 20 fair bullocks, £4 183 : Mr, Kin^horn, of Goullmrn, 50 prime bullocks, £0 8s 2il ; Mr. Hutkr, 0 good bullocks, £5 12a; Mr. Cooks, of Tarran, 142 fuir bullocks, £4 2s 10d; G. I-odcr, of Abbey Green, 120 fair to primes bullocks, 2s; Mr. Ferguson, 10 fair bullocks, £4; W. Lee, of Outburst, 15 good bullocks, £5 12s ; G. Lee, of Jiatliurst, 54 good bullocks, £5 3s ; Mr. Garry, of Goulhurn, 22 fair cows, £3 10s; Mr. Waddall, 10 fair cows, £3 5s 7d ; Mr. Adunis. fldo., £2 ; Mr. M'Evovs, of Goulburn, GO do., £3 ; Mr. Thompsons, 10 mixed, 14 4s ; Uadgcry Bros., of Sutton Forest, 18 do., £3 0.4 5d ; S. Cox, of Hunter ltivcr, SO do., £.4 4s flJ. Fat Sheep : Prices up Is per head on prluie lots. Sales were— For Mr. Fletcher, of Tul...
NARANDERA. Thursday, 12.15 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 12 April 1879
NARANDERA. Thursday, 12.15 p.m. Rain commenced falling here at about G o'clock p.m., aud continued steadily all night. One inch and ten poiuts were regis tered up to this morning. The annual picnic of the school children, on Monday, is expeeted to be a great euccesB. The townspeople are responding liberally to the appeal by Mr. Eagar, the schoolmaster, for the object.
ALEXANDRIA. April 8. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 12 April 1879
ALEXANDRIA. April 8. The Khedive yesterday dismissed the native members of the Ministry, aud has to-day intimited to Mr. Rivers Wilson, the Minister of Finance, aud to M. de Bliguicres, the Minister of Public Works, his intention to dispense with their services also. It is considered probable, however, that they will refuse to resign their portfolios. Iu the meautime a new Ministry is being formed by Cherif Pasha, aud will be composed ex clusively of natives.
DENILIQUIN. April 9. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 12 April 1879
DENILIQUIN. April 9. At the Police Court to-day, Foley, Thomp son, and Mace appeared on remand by virtue of a warrant issued from Sydney, charged with having committed an assault and bat tery and a breach of the peace by taking part in a prize fight on the 20th of March last at Perricoota, near Moainn. All the defendants appeared when called upon. Messrs. Cillntt, of Melbourne, and lilac isamara, of Moama, attorneys, appeared for the defendants. The sergeant of police ap plied for a remand to Moama, on the ground that the Crown witnesses were there, aud would be at that court text day. Mr. Mac N a mar a said that there was no objection to his clients being remanded, but he asked for light bail. Bail was allowed in one surety for £S0 for each defendant, and himself in the same amount. Thursday. Foley, Mace, and Thompson were dis charged by the Moama Bench, and re arrested, together with Hicken, and all were again discharged, as the police failed to make out a case.
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 12 April 1879
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. St. John's Church. — We have heen re quested to state that there will be full choral service to-morrow at St. John's Church. The Psalms for the day will ho sung to Jackson's Service, aud the anthem will be (ioss's 'Christ, our Passover, is sacrificed for us.' Urana Races. — We have not received a full telegram of the results of the Urana Annual Races. The Maiden Plate was won by The Greek, Gloncoe second, and Alarm third. The Ladies' Purse was won by The Greek, Voltigeur second, aud Alarm third. The Weather. — The rain experienced oil Monday and Tuesday last was followed by more on Thursday, bringinn the total fall up to over an inch and a quarter. Laiirikinism. — Wc have heard several complaints of the behaviour of a number of youths who assemble on Sunday evening in the vicinity of the churches, and nn any evening during the week on the lasooii bridge. These youths are in the habit of annoying people by the use of bad language, some which is simply interject io...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 16 April 1879
WAGGA AND ALBURY RAILWAY. — Horses and TxI'-dbays wanted. CORNWELL, MlXHEIt, AND Co., No. 11 Camp. mc WANTED, Foor Bridgk Carpenters. Good wages given. Apply on tho works. Alfred Bowdkn, Bridge Works, l'carse's Hill, Yass. me WANTED, Smaut Boy for tlie Drapery. Apply, J. H. Sfvmour, Wagga. 111c WANTED, a Housemaid; also a Nurse maid. Apply, Mrs. Buove, Masons' Arms. ma WANTED, a Handy Man, who is accus tomed to Blacksmith's aud Wheel wright's work. Apply, Charles Spiller, London Hotel, Warri. md WANTED immediately, Qijarrymen, and Men with Teams to Draw -Stone, Apply at P. Thompson's, 'J'arcutta Road ; or at the Camp on the Albury Road, 5 miles from Wagga. ma LETTERS lying at the Ejpresx Office for Mr. J. P. Littlk and Mr. Matthews, Tutor. WAGGA WAGGA GAS COMPANY. A MEETING OF THE COMMITTEE, And Others Interested, Will be held at the CRITERION HOTEL, At 8 o'clock p .1)1., THIS EVENING. (By older). HY. BERKELEY FITZHARDINGE, me Ch.iirni.an. jyjpCHANJ.CS' INSTITUTE. The ANNUAL GIDNE11...
THE HAY RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 16 April 1879
THE HAY RAILWAY. (From the Ha u Standard. ) The meeting which had been convened by Mr. F. W. Reed, Mayor, for the 31st March, iu compliance with a requisition, and ad journed till Thursday night last at the Masonic Hall, to give the public a better opportunity of being present, was attended by from between ISO and 200 persons. The proceedings, taken as a whole, were farcial aud of the most nonsensical kind,— a disgrace to the community and those who initiated the movement, and a gross insult to mir IWivni- Kmtlmr tl,n o „„„ those who had moved for an adjournment had the common courtesy to submit a pro gramme of the business to he brought before the meeting to his Worship, who had to sub mit to a regular tirade of abuse, and appeal to the meeting for expressions of opinion as to the object of the meeting. The Mayor stated that lie had not been supplied with a copy of the notice convening the meeting, nor had he a copy of tlie reso lution adjourning the meeting. In pursuance of the re...
NARANDERA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 16 April 1879
NARANDERA. (From our Correspondent.) c- Since my last report very little rain lias fallen. On Thursday afternoon there were a few showers, and since then the weather has been chilly. The herbage is springing freely. At the time of writing the weather wears an unsettled appearance. The weather-wise are divided in opiuiou whether it will be a frost or a heavy fall of rain. On Friday 2000 ewes crossed the Murrum bidgce. 'They were from Messrs. Welman's Ariah station, and they were en route, to Mr. naruweu s woouiauds. mi*. Henderson in v charge. | On Saturday night 1000 ewes camped at Gilleubah ou their way to Hay. Mr. Simson is the owner. Mr. Charles Daniels has been appointed agent for the Colonial Mutual Society vice Mr. Mason, resigned. On Thursday, 1st May, the Bishop of Goullmrn will bold divine service at Waddie ; the Rev. Mr. A. B. S. West will assist. On Sunday, 4th May, the Bishop of Goulburn will hold service at 11 a.m. Afterwards there will be a confirmation at which about ...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 16 April 1879
CRICKET. A match was played on Easter Monday, ] on the ground below the bridge, between tlie j Caxton Club and an eleven of All-Comers, ' the former winning with nine wickets to go j down. For the All-Comers Moss and Hook. | were most effective in the howling, the j latter being the only one on the same side: who made much stand in the batting. For the Caxtons, F. Tophatn made two good not out innings for So and J7. Ijj the howling ' department Jepson, Tathaui and F. Topham were successful. Score : — All-Comehs First Innings. Hiffcins, b F. Topliam ? 2 llook, b .Tepsoti ? U Osmond, run out ? 2 ! Moss, b Jepson ? 0 j Lancaster, b F. Topliam .. .. ..6 I Colli*, b F. Tophum ? 2 I II. Topham, r Sut ivan, b 1'athain.. .. 4 Harrison, h Tathain ? 0 Millis, b .lepson ? 3 Utile, c Sullivan, b .lep^on ? 0 Simpson, not out .. .. . ., 2 Sundries ? .. .. 1 Total ? 30 Skcond Inxixgs Hook, run out ? 21 Moss, b Jupson ? i) | Simpson, b F. Topham ? 0 Oi-mond, e Maelcav, b F. Topliam.. 0 Harrison, b ...
PASTORAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 16 April 1879
PASTORAL NOTES. j Mr. G. H. Taylor, of Dubbo, (P., 11., and I Co. ) reports having sold a lot of store sheep, on account of Mr. Byrnes, to Mr. J. A. Gardiner. p Mr. J. S. Brown, of Dublin, reports having delivered 7000 sheep to Mr. Aslicroft, of Cannonbar. j Messrs. James Mann and Co., of Denili quin, report the sale of small drafts of fat ! ; cattle, on account o£ Mrs. W. Tyson aud W. 1 ! Watt. , Messrs. Moore Bros, and Co., of Forbes, report the following sales: — Oil account of 'i Mr. J. Strickland, the back portion of f Moonby station, to Dr. T. C. Hope ; on ac I count of Mr. Lestrangc, to Messrs. Milne, Falconer and Co., S00 weaners ; on account of Messrs. Hunter and Leslie, 5000 store wethers to the same buyers ; ou account of Messrs. J. P. Howe and Co., 2000 fat wethers to Mr. A. Beattye ; on account of Messrs. William Oliver and Co., 11,000 ewes to Messrs. Shelly Rros. ; on account of Messrs. Milne, Falconer and Co., 4100 ewes to Mr. R. Davies ; and through our Sydney agents...