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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 26 April 1879

IMPOUN DIN GS At Narandera, April 9, from selec tion : — Dark bay horse, both hind and near fore feet white, star and snip, aged, CC over S near shoulder, enlarge ment on near fore fetlock, 14| hands high j grey mare, aged, broken, G near shoulder, blotch brand over, aged, 14 hands high. Also, from North Yanco: — Bay or brown mare, white spots on back, GD near shoulder. -ged, broken in, 14 hands high. Will be sold May 8. At Howlong, April 14, from enclosed grass land: — Three hundred sheep (more or less), mixed sexes and ages, branded like 8 or writing E on back or ribs, like E fire-brand ou some on noBe, illegible blotched fire-brand on others. Will be sold May 8. At Jerilderie, April 4, from Bun dure : — Bay or brown gelding like. Ts over 02 over J conjoined neat shBmder, R A off shoulder. Also, April 7, 'from same place :- -white cow, like HC near rump. Will be sold according to Im pounding Act. At Corowa, from the Glebe Roan horse, S over O near shoulder, OS off thigh, four whit...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
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SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. THE NEW ZEALAND DIFFICULTY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 26 April 1879

SPIRIT OP THE PRESS. The New Zealand Difficulty. As we glance over the leading columns of the New Zealand papers recently to hand, we seem to be carried back in thought about a dozen years or so, to the time when the Native question was par excellence the political question in that colony, when the fate of 'Ministries and the popularity of Governors de pended exclusively on the success of their Native policy, and when three fourths of the debating in Parliament and of the discussion in the daily Press turned on the relations between the European colonists and their aboriginal neighbours. For many years past, in the columns of the Press, financial, agrarian, educational, and other ques tions have jostled the Native question out of the field. Now, however, the case is reversed, and Maori troubles again seem to absorb the exclusive at tention of the public. The circum stances which have led to this state of tilings are, briefly, somewhat as follows : — There is a large block of land si...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 26 April 1879

INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. At the Mudgee Circuit Court, held on 17th instant, George Peckam and John Lewis were convicted of the murder of Catherine Peckam, the wife of one of the prisoners. They were both sen- tenced to death. Mr. Martin, son of Sir James Martin, the Chief Justice, met with a serious accident on the 18th instant while driving to Bathurst, through the vehicle overturning. Mr. Want, a Sydney barrister, was with Mr. Martin at the time but fortunately escaped injury. Mr. Henry Wilfred Ellis, barrister, and formely acting-judge, died in Sydney on 17th instant. Gas-pipes are being laid down in Goulburn. Mr. George Billson, jnnr., son of hon. G. Billson, representative for the Ovens district in the Victoria Parliament, has purchased some ground in Albury in order to start a brewery. Mr. J. M. Curtis, legal practitioner at Albury, leaves that town to enter into legal business in Sydney. A match at cricket between teams from the Wodonga and Albury Clubs was played...

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POST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. TIME TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 30 April 1879

POST OFFICE, WAGGA WACGA. TIMETABLE j OK TUB | ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. | ARRIVALS. | Sunday J Sydney, via Railway Station P.O ? n,m ! Melbourne, via Albury and Germanton . . '2.30 p.m | Deniliquin and Crana ? * l'-m ; Hay and Narandera ? ?? * l-,m Clarendon ? ^.3G p.m Monday. Albury and Germaiilon .. .. 2.30 p.m Tuesday. Tarcutta ? 1 &.m Kindra, Oowabee, Ariah, Broken Dam, Mimosa, The Rock, nnd Marrar . . 5 a.m i ^vdnov, via Railway Station P.«) ? 10 a.m : jiclbouine, via Albury, Gertuantmi, and Ookardinia ? ? . 2.30 p.m Deniliquin aiul Urana ? ..4 p.m ( Wednesday. : Sydney, via Railway Station P.O. .. ..10 a.m ; Wulh.cetown aud Hnicodilc .. ]1 a. in ; Melbourne, via Albury and Germanton .. 2.30 p.m j Deniliquin ami Urana ? ? 4 i-.m ; Jlay nnd JvaranUeni ? 4 p.m j THursday. Tarcutl-a ? 1 a.m Sydney, via Railway Station P.O. . ..10 a.m , Melbourne, via Albjry, Gennanton, and j Cookardinia ? . . 2.110 p.m - Clarendon ? C.uG p.m i Friday. ! Sj'dHcy, via Railway Station P...

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DEATH OF WILLIAM HOWITT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 30 April 1879

DEATH OF WILLIAM HO WITT. Two English authors, William and Mary Howitt, whose names may most properly be treated together, are well-known to English readers. We have to record the death of the elder of these authors, William Howitt. I William Howitt died iu Rome on March 3. He was bright and genial to the last. He had dropped all regular literary work, but was sedulously employed on his autobio graphy, which it will be the fond task of his widow to prepare for the press. Itjwill con tain his views ou Spiritualism, in which he died a believer. Six years aco Mr. and Mrs. Howitt celebrated their golden wedding, and none who were present on the occasion could have anticipated that of the two he would have been the first to he missed from their daily walk on the accustomed Pincian. The late Mr. William Howitt was born iu 1795, and had therefore reached the age of 84. He was the son of a Derbyshire yeoman who in middle life joined the Society of Friends, was educated in local schools be l...

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PASTORAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 30 April 1879

PASTORAL NOTES. Our usual Sydney wool and produce re ports for last week have not yet come to hand. The pure-bred Hereford bull Connaught, from the well-known herd of Mr. F. Rey nold's, of Tocal, recently purchased by Mr. John Kinc, arrived at tlie llanuinu Rock station on Monday. This really iine bull was purchased by Sir. King direct from the breeder through Messrs. Maiden, Hill, and Clark. Connaught was calved September Kitli, 1S77 ; got by Sir James (Kil), dam Victoria by Young Carlisle (62) g (lain Mar chioness by The Captain (imp.) (140!)), g g dam Mayflower by Thruxton (imp.) (1422), g ggd.nn He.iuty by The C.-iptain (imp.) (140!)), &c. Victoria won first prize Singleton Show, 1872 ; second prize Maitland Show ; first prize Sydney Show, 1874; also, Gibson's Cup for the best female Hereford on the ground. Sir James (Ifil) by Royal Head (4004), dam Tulip (dam of Napoleon 3rd) by Tim mn-i\ /: ? 'l by Carlisle (!)23), Ac. Sir .lames was com mended at Singleton, 1S74 ; sec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 30 April 1879

WANTED, a General Servant. Apply to Mr. A. T. Bolton, Fitzmaurice street. ? ? mg WANTED, a Nursrgibl. Apply to A. T. Bolton, Fitzmaurice-street, Wagga. ? mi WANTED, Stone-breakers. Apply at the Gamp, Albury Road, 6 miles from Wagga. Peter Thompson. mh WANTED, a Handy Man, who is accus tomed to Blacksmith's and Wheel wright's work. Apply, Charles Spiller, London Hotel, Warn. ? jnd jpBIVATE BOARD AND RESIDENCE. Vacancies for Three Boarders at Mfts, MORGAN'S, Baylis-street. mh. AUTUMN-WINTER DRAPERY! GHAS. GOETIIORN Has within the last week received over One Hundred (roo) Cases of DRAPERY AND BOOTS! All of which are now for sale. A great part of this Immense Stock has been imported direct from the manufacturing centres of England by his agents, who, foreseeing that the great depression existing would intensify and deepen towards the opening of the year, purposely deferred purchasing until the markets reached their lowest depths and plainly indicated ' thus far and no further.' ] By thi...

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SYDNEY AMATEUR TURF CLUB AUTUMN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 30 April 1879

SYDNEY AMATEUR TURF CLUB AUTUMN MEETING. Tur. Autumn Meetini; in connection with the Sydney Amateur Turf Club was held on Saturday, but the attendance, we (S. M. JleruM) regret to say, was not so large as the merit of the sport provided deserved. The following arc the particulars of the run ning : — liunui.i; Rack. — A handicap sweepstake of 3 8ovs. each for starters, with 50 sovs. added ; second horse 6 sovs. from the prize. Two mile.s. Mr. J. Hui'hiistcr's cli k iirj-on, flyrs, Sat 7!b(0'Nuil) 1 Sir. E. A. .Inliiisiui-Htju'is^K Abdallub, a^ed. lost 71b (1'Vvdl ? 2 ?til-. S. Ilardin^'s li g Whalebone, aired, {1st 71b (llazuldillu) ? .. ..3 Beudooloy also started. Time, 4min. 7sec. Tun Fi.yinu Handicap, a handicap sweep stakes of 2 sovs. each for starters, with 40 sovs. added ; second horse, 5 sovs. from the prize. Three-quarters of a mile. Sir. W. Forrest's eh e bv Harbarian — L'asuarina, 3 yrs, 7st 101b (Oornwoll) . . . . 1 Sir. J. H. Smith's lir e EniliiL'ue, by JCniirrain, 2 yrs...

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CUNNINGHAM PLAINS RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 30 April 1879

CUNNINGHAM PLAINS RACES. The inaugural meeting of the Cuningham A niateur Racing Club took place on Friday last, and was a very successful affair through out. About 200 or more persons attended the course, tho racing being very good. Iu the evening a calico and fancy dress ball was given in the wool shed of Mr. D. H. Camp bell's Cunningham Plains Station, the shed being tastefully dccorated for the occasion. The majority of those at the ball adopted fancy dress, and a very enjoyable night was passed, the music being provided by the Burrowa band. The following gives the results of the several events : — Tin: Ladies' Puji.su, value £'9. Welter weights for ace. 1 1 miles. Sir. .1, .1. Itnhcrtflon's b in ? I Mr. A. li. Middlcttm'a lilk t; Ghaucc ? 2 Sir. E. lj. Hume's lir c Murininn ? 3 Tun Cuningham Cur, a silver cpergue, value .€10 ; a handicap. miles. Sir. .1. ArD'tnneire c ^ Arrnffant .. .. .. I Sir. .1. (jmhIou's Kockut, ojfed ? 2 Sir. G. M'Doimld'ti Hen^Tiriiloni; ? 3 Huntkus' Sta...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 30 April 1879

The British Empire is in a particularly lively situation at the present time. Distress and stagnation of trade at home, and wars and rumours of wars outside its furthest limits, are the pro minent characteristics of the situation. At this moment war is raging in two quarters of the Empire, and its armies are engaged iu avenging insults and asserting the supremacy of the British flag in the land of the Ca fire and the country of the Afghan, and it is thought that ere long the British and Burmese Powers will be brought into hostile collision. Petty though these wars may be, an imperious necessity com pels the nation to enter into them. Some there are who love not the sight of a belligerent England who think that these wars to which wo have al luded have been due to political causes at home, and are to be laid at the door of the statesmen wielding the power and future of the Empire. We are of a different opinion. Far removed from the great centres of the world's political thought and a...

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TUESDAY, APRIL 22. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 30 April 1879

Tuesday, April 22. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Dronkknuf.ss and Obscene Language. George Maclean being convicted of this offence was fined 10s., or in default, one week in gaol. Unlawful Detention. — Riley v. Andrews. Settled out of court. Ax epidemic of diphtheria is prevalent I throughout Russia, and is making great I ravages in the population. 700 people died I from it in one village. '

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TELEGRAPHIC. LONDON. April 24. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 30 April 1879

TELEGRAPHIC. LONDON. Anril 24. i The Secretory of State, the Right Hon. Sir Michael Hicks-Beach, has proposed tn Mr. Berry, that he shall take issue with the Legislative Council on the last Amended Reform Bill, and if, and after a general elec tion, the Council continues stubborn the Imperial Government will ask Parliament to amend the Victorian Constitution Act. April 25. The Hon. Graham Berry, 'Victorian ambas- j sador, is very ill, and his departure for Australia is consequently postponed. The communication from Yakoob Khan to the British Government, requesting the presence of a British representative at Caluil for the settlement of the present difficulty is looked upon with grave suspicion in England. Treachery is feared, and Yakoob will pro bably be asked to confer with the English General at the Head-quarters of the British forces. Professor Ruleaux, the commissioner ap pointed to represent Germany at the Sydney international Exhibition, attended tile meet ing of tlie Sydney E...

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MONDAY, APRIL 28. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 30 April 1879

Monday, April 2S. {Before the Police Magistrate.) Vagrancy. — James Cou|-hlan brought up as a vagrant was remanded to the 5th May. Although the prisoner was charged with vagrancy the case was rather one of requiring protection. The prisoner is a feeble old man of over 70 years of age, unable to work and without means of living, and gave himself up to the lockup-keeper.

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SYDNEY. Tuesday, 12.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 30 April 1879

SYDNEY. Tuesday, 12.30 p.m. Alesrs. ?-. Ji. Ives ami Jt. J. King have been elected directors of the Mutual Provi dent Society. A meeting of tlie representatives of the various sporting clubs and associations was hold yesterday, and after some discussion it was decided to form a deputation that should wait on Tuesday next upon the International Exhibition Committee, asking their assistance in organising a series of sports during the holdincr of the Exhibition. At a meeting at Balmain, yesterday, it was decided to hold an International Regatta oil the 9th November, including a wager boat race for the championship of the world, open to all-coiners ; first prize, £300. Tlie Waratah Coal Company declared a dividend of 10s. per share. The overland telegraph line is working in differently ; there is no news through. The weather is boisterous aud threatening rain Tlie cattle market is much worse than last week ; prime quality, 14s. to 15s. per lOOllis ; middling and inferior is unsaleable. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 30 April 1879

j LAND NOTES. COMING LAUD SALES. Wagga Wagga .. .. April 80, May 14. Albury ? May 7, 2L Corowa ? Hay 14, 21. Deniliquin ? May 7. Gundagai ? May 14. rfc Hay.. .. . . .. April 30, May 14, 2L :4' Narandera ? April 80, May 7. ? Urana ? April SO, May 1, 14, 21 ' ' ' Young ? May 7, 14. p Lakd Offices. — Tho following selections were taken ;? Op at the undermentioned plaoes on Thursday last Tumut : J. Woollwns 100a, Elleralie. Cootamundra : 3. Banon 40a, Cnngegong. ? Gdbdaoai : J. Curtis 40a, Blerllle ; O. Turner 60a, Eoadera ; J. and W. Bichard BOO- 1*0*, Mondmrlo ; C. Hayes SOa, Bajigus; E. L. KDsoald ^Ot, Goobo- Albubv: A. Watson 320a, L: Bmj T. Murrell 40a, Hay; E. H. Macartney, M. I|gj 'iBolluad'JS. JUoorhoiue 40a, Tooma; T. Mate. Jan. l»;T «^^toidwmmba ; J. C. F. Gottaahdk iOOa, TSna

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 30 April 1879

Holloway's OiXTMiisT and Pi — Sores, Wounds, and Ulcers. — Kvprv variety of sore, nicer, eruption, boil and carbuncle, is safely .stopped in ic* destructive course by the timely application of this healing Oint inent. It arrests unhealthy aud substitutes healthy action, thus curing the inflamed, in*i table and spread, iui- disea-scy affecting the skin, Holloway's Ointment lias gained an imperishable l'aiuc for its facility in baling old inllanun:U.oiy sores about the shins and ancle!?, aud for had leys and old wounds it cannot be equalled; nor is it loss efficacious in gathered breasts and abscesses. When the complaint has been of long continuance, Holloway's Pills 'ill expedite recovery, if taken in those doses which - ;js alvralives on the stomach, and tonics on the c-- . iiiiou.— Anv. Dr.w oi- Till-; Am\s.— 1 The - y name of this cele brated Swiss tonic is appi- :g, and its beneficial effects as a restorative and in uaiit, an antidote tu miasma, a remedy for «;enei.'.! :akness at...

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NARANDERA. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 30 April 1879

NARANDERA Tuesday. A. man named Murpliy was arrested for. robberj' of £13 from a drunken man. Tlie money was identified. One inch and two points of rain fell last night. There was a storm of hail this after noon.

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 30 April 1879

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The Weather. — A change in the weather set iu on Monday, when, after some hours of high wind, which reudered things very un comfortable outside, rain set in during the night, and continued till noon yesterday, when the weather brighteued a little. For the night's rainfall 85 points were registered. Gas Company. — The mectincr of this com pany called for to-night is postponed to next Wednesday. Mr. Joseph Simmons. — As seen in our ad vertising columns, Mr. Joseph Simmons, oue of the veterans of the stage, will give an entertainment iu the Masonic Hall to-morrow and two following nights, entitled ' Sydney 40 Years /.go. ' A comic delineation of old colonial customs and manners, intermixed with appropriate anecdotes, form the pro gramme to be presented, and we hope that Mr. Simmons will receive patronage and support commensurate with his merits. Compulsory Sequestration. — In the In solvent Court, on Thursday, on the motion of Mr. C. Stephen, instructed by Messrs. N...

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GOULBURN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 30 April 1879

GOULliURX RACES. Thursday, ilie second and List d.-iy of tho iucps, was attended with success, fiie .several events were well contested, especially tlifi Grand .Stand Handicap and (.lie City Handicap. Tlie result of the day's racing may be summarised as follows : — For the Grand Stand llandi ca]i Hubert came in Iirst, with Macea roni and Free Lance second and third respectively. The Scramble was won by Gay Jenny and the City Handicap of 100 sovs. was carried off by Hubert, followed by llangatira, Tlie Flying Handicap full to Daniel O'l'ourke, and Rangatira was the winner of the Forced Handicap. The settling up took place in the evening, the amounts paid over iiialdns a total of .£+(50 10s.

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POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, APRIL 26. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 30 April 1879

POLICE COURT. Satuhdat, April 26. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Drunkenness. — Hugh Pickering charged with this offence was fined 10s. or in default oue week's imprisonment.

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