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LAND NOTES. COMING LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 19 April 1879

LAND NOTES. COMING LAND SALES. Wagga WneiP . . . . April 23, 30. Hay ? April 30. Narandera ? April 30. Urana ? April 23, 30. Albury ? April 23. Cootiimunilr.i .. .. April 23. Coroira ? April 23. Land Omen.— The following selections were taken up at the local Land OHlcc on Thursday last : - C1iristu|-licr Ituycs 071a, oounty Clarendon parish South Juuee, beinir that part of m.p. 1)0, which adjoins his portion fll ; Michael Mahcr 160a, county Wynyard parish Cmeinhob, to start from the N.W. corner of ponion 33, then on the E. by purtiun 30, for 40 chains, tin the S. by a line E., cm the W. liy a line W. to John Jl'Cluskcj's a.c.p.,aiid on the W. by M'Clu8ko.y1s.i.c.|-. to point of starting; William Henry White 400a, county Clarendon parish Uorcc, to start from the S.E. corner of portion 78, thence to follow (he railway line, S.E. to the required distance; thence to run the remaining points to include the area ; John Andrew, 100a, county Bourke parish Bcrcmbcd, portion 33.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
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PASTORAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 19 April 1879

PASTORAL NOTES. Messrs. Tinker aud Davcy, of Dora Dora, have sold 2000 ewes and wethers near Hay. Messrs. W., M., and L., agents. Messrs. Maquire and Co., of Gorranawa, have taken delivery of 2265 wethers, purchased by them from Messrs. Wilson and M'Callum, of Poiningalarna. Messrs. W., M. , and L. , agents. Mr. G. W. Seaborn, of Gundabendal North, has taken delivery of 2519 wethers, purchased by him. Messrs. W., M., and L., agents. Mr. A. M. Taylor, of Framptou Park, has taken delivery of 1200 ewes, 540 wethers, and 10 rams, purchased by him. Messrs. W., M., and L, agents. Messrs. Wilson and M'Calluio, of Ponin galarna, have taken delivery of 1162 ewes aud 600 weancrs, purchased by them. Messrs. W., M., and L., agents. Messrs. Hunter and Leslie, of Ungaree, have sold 500 store wethers. Messrs. Moore Bros, (iu conjunction with P., R., and Co.), agents. Messrs. Stratford, Strettle, and Co. ltave sold 1750 sheep through the yards, and 400 crossbred ewes, outside, at full rates. Messrs...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 19 April 1879

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Council was held on Thursday. Present : His Wor ship the Mayor, Aldermen Shaw, Bcntley, Wildman, Nixon, and W. (V. Fvans. The minutes (if the previous meeting were read and confirmed, with copies of the out going correspondence. Letters were read from the Secretary to the Associated Fire Brigade Board, stating that the Council's letter, advising amount of local subscriptions to Fire Eugiue, would be taken into consider ation at the next meeting of the Board; from the same, advising of twelve Insurance Com panies who were not subscribers to the Associated Brigade, and suggesting that separate appeals should be made to them ; from Aid. Bruce, apologising for absence ; from E. Mumford, building notice ; from Peter Kelly, similar 'notice ; from the Post master, Wagga, referring to erection of addi tional letter receiver at Newtown ; from the Borough Surveyors, with reference to a statement made at a previous meeting of the Council,...

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FRIDAY, APRIL 18. (Before Mr. F. A. Tompson, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 19 April 1879

Friday, April IS. (Before Mr. F. A. Tompsou, J.P.) Adjournments.— Owing to the absence of a second magistrate the whole of the sum mons cases set down for hearing were ad journed to the 22nd inst.

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THURSDAY, APRIL 17. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 19 April 1879

Thursday, AmiL 17. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Larckny. — Matthew Reardon was charged with stealing a cheque for £0, the property of Michael Gaffney. The prisoner was arrested by Sergcaut Vizzard, who, upon information, got the cheque from the land lord of the Australian Hotel. The prisoner admitted haying changed the cheque, but stated that it was given to him by (jaffuey to change, and that the money was aftcr wardB stolen from him in the bar of the Australian. The prosecutor, uanney, stated that he knew Keardon, and that he was with him at Comans' hotel on Sunday night last, where they were drinking together. Witness had a £0 cheque with him, which he had offered to Mr. Comans ou Saturday night, but lie would not cash it, and ho (witness) then put the cheque into his purse, in his coat pocket, just as he was turning into bed. Prisoner occupied the same room with him. The cheque produced was the one he had. When he had been in bed some time, Mr. Comans brother woke him up, and...

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NARANDERA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 19 April 1879

NARANDERA. (From our Correspondent.) The fifth annual picnic of the Narandera School took place on Easter Monday. For a few days previous Mr. Eager, the teacher, had been indefatigable in canvassing the townspeople, and the result was an unquali fied success. Aliout 100 children put in an appearance at the schoolhouse at 10 o'clock on the morning of the day in question, and were conveved in vehicles of various descrii) tions to the ,'ground selected for the fete, about a mile and a half from the town. An ample supply of the good things dear to childhood had been provided, anil were dis tributed by the ladies to the assembled youngsters. Sports of various kinds were also belli, tie prizes being toys, a goodly quantity of which had been contributed. The aspect of the children, as when as sembled they sang songs, was most pleasing and encouraging to Mr. Eayar. who worked exceedingly hard to promote the success of the day's proceedings. If anybody had juvenile blessings showered on him,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 19 April 1879

WAGGA AND ALBURY RAILWAY. — Horses and Tip-drays wanted. CORNWELL, MlXNEK, AND Co., No. 11 Camp. ? me WANTED, Four Buidub Cawknteiis. Good wages given. Apply on the works. Alfred Bowden, Bridge Works, Pearse's Hill, Yass. me WANTED, a Housemaid ; also a Nurse maid. Apply, Mrs. Browe, Masons' Arms. ? ma WANTED, (jenkhal Servant. Apply Mrs. W. A. Lipscombe, Kincaid strcet. mf WANTED, a Handy Man, who is accus tomed to Blacksmith's and Wheel wright's work. Apply, Charles Spii.ler, London Hotel, Ward. ? nid Y\7' A G G A WAGGA DISTRICT HOSPITAL. The adjourned ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the Subscribers of the Wagua District Hospital will be held at the COURT HOUSE, at S o'clock, on TUESDAY, the 22nd INSTANT. By order. mf ? T. C. HEATH, Seeretary._N TUTECHANlCS' INSTITUTE. The ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING for Receipt of Reports, and Election of President, Vice-Presidents (2), Treasurer, and Committee for the ensuing year, will be held in tbe Hall of the Institute, on THURSDAY, lisr MAY. Nominatio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 19 April 1879

If the analysis of tea is carefully considered it will be seen that the better qualities of teas supply the various wants of the human body. The Theine it contains has a calming effect, and being of the same chemical pro perties as the substance known as Kreatinine, which is found in tbe muscles and is diminished by fatigue, the theory is accept able that drinking good tea, in moderate quantities, restores to tbe system that which was lost. The lower gradss of tea being deficient iu Theine. consumers are recom mended to try the Oriental Tea Company's Packet Teas, which have been proved to be of superior quality. —Adv.

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 19 April 1879

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ; Wagga District Hospital.— The annual general meeting of this institution was adver tised to take place on Tuesday evening last, but at the appointed hour some three or four ^ subscribers only had put in an appearance, ?V and it was accordingly arranged that an ad- T journed meeting should take place at the | \ Court House ou Tuesday evening, the 22ud iust., at eight o'clock, when it is hoped that a full attendauce of the subscribers will be obtained. Wagga Musical Society.— A meeting of J the newly formed Musical Society was held | at the Mechanics' Institute, on Wednesday ' night, when about twenty-five members were f ' present, who engaged in practice under the ' '? ?? direction of Mr. Harmer, the musical director, and it was decided that the meet ings of the society should be held on every Wednesday evening, ? Wollundry Lagoon.— The report of the Borough burveyors upon the project of dam- j ining up the lagoon was brought up at the 9 Council meeting on Thurs...

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NARANDERA. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 19 April 1879

NARANDERA. Friday. William Calbert and John Kane alias Edwards were arrested this afternoon at Sheppcrton, Victoria, on telegraphic inform ation, for thc|Yarrabee horse-stealing case. In their possession were found two horses, saddles, and bridles, stolen from Goree station, one the property of Messrs. Robert son Bros., and others belonging to a Hamil ton publican.

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SYDNEY. Friday, 12.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 19 April 1879

SYDXEY. Friday, 12.30 rj.m. In the Assembly last night Mr. Farnell resumed the debate on the Land Bill, and spoke at ureat length in opposition to the measure, followed by Messrs. Fitzpatrick aud Cooper j the discussion was further ad journed till to-day. The House resumed the consideration of the Estimates of the Works Department, making good progress, including an item of £8000 towards the sur veys in connection with the water schemes in several country districts. Upon the motion of Mr. Barbour the item of £5000 was omitted for improving the navigation of the Murrumbidgee. In reply to a question, the Premier stated he in tended on Friday or Tuesday to make a statement, explanatory of the course the Government proposed to take with regard to all the business at present before Parliament, with a view to bring the session to a Bpeedy termination. The Upper House by a majority of 2 de clined to go into Committee to consider the message of the Free Conference, vith regard to the Privil...

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POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 19 April 1879

POLICE COURT. Wednesday, April 16. (Before the Police Magistrate. ) Vagrancy. — Margaret Crawley was brought up on a charge of vagrancy, and sent to gaol for three mouths.

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A.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING. SECOND (CUP) DAY—WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 19 April 1879

A.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING. Second (Cut) Day — Wednesday. The Flying Handicap, a handicap sweep stakes of 5 sovs. each. 1 forfeit, with 100 bovs. added. J mile. Mr. De Mcstrc's u f Success, nj- tho Marquis— Art Uniciti, 2 ,vrs, flat 811) (M'Malion) .. ..1 Mr. J. S. Smith's I) 111 Expectation, by Barbarian— Maid of the Oaks, 4 yre, 8st 121b (T. Brown) 2 Mr. W. F. Huclianan's b li Star, liv Vattcndon Niffht, 4 jrs, flst Clb iNichoWn) .. ..3 Satirist, Avernus, Bedouin, The Rake, The Arab, Mangaliala Squatter, Lightning, and Napper Tandy also started. Betting : 3 to 1 against Expectation, 4 to 1 against Avernus and Success,. 5 to 1 against others. Tiue, lmin 16 8-lSsec. The Autumn Maiden Stakes, a sweep stakes of 5 sovs each, 1 ft, with 100 sovs added. 1J mile. Mr. H. r«uor's !- I Petrea, by King- of the Ring-— Misdiicf, 2 yrs, 6st 111b (including 101b pen alty), (St. Albans) ? .. .. 1 Mr. L. Walker's ch h Le Loup, by Traducer— Mer- maid, 4 yrs, 8st 131b (T. Ualcs) ? 2 Mr. W. E. Royd's 1) c ...

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GOLDSBKOUOH'S MONTHLY CIRCULAR. MELBOURNE, APRIL 16, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 19 April 1879

GOLDSBKOUOU'S MONTHLY CIRCULAR. llKLROIIRXE, Al-ltll, 10. 1S70. Wool : The quantity coming forward durin-r tho month has been limited, and confined ceiefly to od I lots, remnants of clips, and small parcels of scoured. Tim prices olftiinod for these have been about equal to lust month's rales, inferior to good greasy ranging from 5d to lOd, and average scoured up to 15d per lb ? greasy crosslireds have ranged from Od to 8d per lu.' Tho parcels offered have generally, us is usual with late-shorn clips, been in inferior to ordinary condition In all, 1398 bales have been sold. We learn by caule irrain that the February and March scries of sales in London cl wed on the 28th ult., and that out of the 202,000 bales catalogued, 180,000 bales were taken for export, and 20,000 bales were held over for next scries. Our own cablegram is to the effect that prices ruled at 20 per cent, under last, year's February rates, and that the closing prices were b per cent, to 7i per cent beloiv those alj...

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MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 19 April 1879

MELBOURNE STATION PROUUCK DEPOHT. Wbdxesday, April 10. Messrs. H. Goi.nsHltuL'OH and Co. report :— Wool : There is very little business doing, tlic quantity coming forward being limited, and confined chiclk to fcllniongcra' suits. Prices remain about the same. Sheepskins : We have passed through a moderate supply during the past week, and report a steady market. J he hoimavs nave, of course, somewhat re stricted business : hut all descriptions found purchasers at quotations. Butchers' green pelts realised up to 2s(id each ; do. dry, 2s do.; dry skins, inferior tome diuiii, from 3d to 5d per 11) ; ilii. medium to superior M tu VdAo. UMes: Laijre trcs), Iwlcs ),an found a' firm : market, but salted hive been in rather poor rci|uest. Current rates, although low, are stcidv Ox hides, average sizes, realised from 15s to 24s 'each : cow-hides, Oo., 10s to 14s do.; Victorian salted do 2M to31d pcrlb.; New (Zealand salted, do., 3d to 4j' Calfskins arc iu very limited demand, anil cm be quit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 19 April 1879

Special Advertisements. G-oldsbrougrh's Wool Warehouses, Melbourne. R. GOLDSBROUGIJ & CO. BEG to announce 10 the Wonlgrowera and Merchants of the Australian Colonies, Tasmania, mid New Zealand, that their Wahkuovst.s ark .von- REiDr For the RECEPTION AND SALE OF WOOL During the Season, and that they are prepared to inako LIBERAL. CASH ADVANCES, KO FAVOI'RAIILI! TERMS, On the ensuing Clip of Wool, either for sale in this market, or shipment to London. Sales by Public Auction will bo hold on each Moxdav and Wkiin-kkimv during the Season, and proceeds will be paid on the Tuesday following. Tuey act as Sklmxs Diiokkiis oxlv, and Constituents may rely on their best endeavours to obtain the fullest market value for any consignments with which they Dial be favoured. Tbeir well-known Warehouses have been constructed specially for the STORAGE and DISPLAY of WOOL to the best advantage, the Sample Rooms being lighted on an improved principle. The various Ruunis are convenient to each o...

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LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 19 April 1879

LONDON WOOL SALES. Messrs. Jacoub, Son, and Co. rc|iort :-' London, February 25.— Tlie first scries of public auctions of colonial wools for the year o|icned here ou the 18th of February, and will probably lost till the 27th of March. The first Beven days' sales have passed off with con siderable spirit. 05,301 bales have passed the hammer of which 4,800 bales Iiave been withdrawn or bought in. The attendance, especially from the Continent, lias been very largo, and a heavy proportion has bo3n taken for export. Foreign competition has, in fact been the mainstay oi the market. Prices ruling have for most descriptions, been about on a par with Uie avaragc of those of last sales, All the best Victorian and South Australian wools, both washed and in grease sell about ten to fifteen per cent. lower than the ex ceptionally high currency of this time last year; medium and inferior clips about 10 per cent. Lambs', especially faulty parcels, have sold irregularly ; the decline in supers from...

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TELEGRAPHIC. LONDON, April 14. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 19 April 1879

TELEGRAPHIC. LONDON, April 14. The German Government has resolved to propose to the President of the Federal Council the official participation of Germany in the Sydney and Melbourne International Exhibitions. An unsuccessful attempt was made this morning to assassinate the Emperor of Russia. The would-be assassin, who was arrested, is a mau named Beatrum Wan sokmloff, an employe in the Finance Depart ment ot bt. Petersburg, lour shots were fired, but the Emperor was untouched. There is great enthusiasm aud joy iu the city at the Emperor's escape. The latest news from Turkey states that on Saturday last the Sultan had not decided what course to pursue in reference to the Khedive. The English and French Governments have come to an amicable understanding in re ference to the Island of Matacong, aud the ireucli troops will evacuate it. Greece has concluded a loan for 60,000,000 francs (2,400,000.) April 15. Professor Ruleaux has been appointed Commissioner to represent Germany at the S...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 19 April 1879

Despite the general condemnation, by a large, aud by far the most important portion of tlie Victorian Press, of tlie basis of agreement resolved upon by tlie Government of that colony in the recent negotiations on the Border duties, the Ministerial mind appears to have learned nothing by its defeat, if we are to judge it by tlie latest utterance of its recoguised organ upon the border trade. The policy of bluster, however, so conspicuous tbioughoutthe negotiations, is now somewhat abandoned, and in its article of Saturday last the Leader resorts to the stratagem of en deavouring to sow the seeds of disaffection in the camp of New South Wales by showiug a portion of her followers what very badly used individuals they are. ' Short's your friend, and not Codlin, ' in fact, as between Victoria and New South Wales, is the burden of our contemporary's song, and the people of Biverina will, no doubt, wake up as tonished at their own obtuseness, in that they had failed to see the enormous g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 23 April 1879

Hollowav's Ointment and Pills.— A certain remedy for diseases of the skin. Ringworm, 6curvy, scrofula, or king's evil, sore heads, and the rrmet inveterate skin diseases to which the human race is subject, cniiuot be treated with a more safe aud sjMJi'dy remedy than Holloway's Ointment and Pills, which act so {peculiarly on the constitution, ami so purify the blood that those diseases are eradicated from the system, and a lasting cure is obtained. They are efficacious in the cure of tumours, hums, scalds, glandular swellings, ulcerous wounds, rheumatism, contracted and stiff joints. These medicines operate mildly and surely. Tlie cure effected by them is nut temporary or apparent only, but complete and permanent. — Adv. J)a. Askrnbtiiy, the eminent London Physician, is reported to have mid. that ' his mistakes would fill a graveyard,' aid if this confession was volunteered hy so distinguished a practitioner, what extreme caution should be used by those in quest of an adjuvant, a diu...

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