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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. WEDNESDAY. MAY 7. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 10 May 1879

BALL AH AT LIVE STOCK MARKET. Wednesday, May 7. rat C.ittle. — 330 yarded ; hi cnnseqnencc of small supply of good beef, and there beluga large number of buyers present, market opened brisk, at an advance of from 10a to 15s for bc-U pens ; market closing very firm at advance named, Messrs, Fjskkv aud Gjdsox report having sold 70 bullocks for D. Maekinnon at £0 2s Od to £11. Fat Sheep. — 907G yarded; a fair proportion good to prime, and balance stores. There was a fair attendance of buyers, but sales were extremely dull, Od to Is per head below last week's rates, a clearance not being effected. Prime crossbred wethers, 13s to lr-3, a few picked sheep to 17s 3d ; good do, 10s to ]2s Od ; best crossbred ewes, 10s to lis Od ; Second do, 8s Od to 9j Cd ; merino ews, 6s to 8s 3d. Messrs. Fisken and Gibson report having sold 435 crossbrcd wethers for Messrs. Trewin and Baker at lis Cd to 17s ; 1S9 cross bred ewes for Messrs. G. Trewin and Sons to 10s ; and small drafts for P. Quinlivati an...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
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MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 7. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 10 May 1879

MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. Wkdnkspay, May 7. Messrs. R. Goldsukouqu and Co. report Wool : The quantity for* nrd is so limited that we did not hold a sale this week, but have sold a few lots of scoured privately, at about late quotations. News of the open ing of the second series of the London sales is anx iously looked for, and will no doubt be received to-day. Sheepskins: Wc disposed of a full supply at our sales held during the past week, and obtained full rates. Crosbbreds continue much ncgleeted. Wc quote— Butchers' green pelts, up to 3s each ; do dry do, 2s : dry skins, inferior to medium, 3J 1o 4AJ per lb; do, medium to superior, 4$d to 0d. Hides: This market is very much depressed at present, and gales arc effected with the utmost ditliculiy for all kinds of hides, except choice lots. Light salted, in prrtieular, arc in poor request at low rates. Ox hides, averaire sizes,, realised from 15s to 23s each ; cow hides do, lis to 13s ; Victorian suited (heavy), 3d to 3Jd pe...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. WEDNESDAY, MAY 7. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 10 May 1879

MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Wednesday, May 7. Fat Cattle.— 173S drawn for, but some not coming forward rcduccd the number to about 1600 head, including some prime and good, with fair proportion : of good useful beef. Market opened briskly at fully late |rates, and demand steady throughout, closing sales firm, with upward tendency. Prime bullocks. £9 to £11 ; odd beasts, to £13 2s Od ; good, £7 to 4:8 ; second, £5 to £C : inferior, £4 10s ; cows, £5 10s to £0 15s; good, £4 to £5; middling and inferior, £2 10s. Messrs. Ettrrsiiank, Kaolkstoxf., and Mann have I sold 25 bullock* from the Yallock Estate up to £13 2s j Otl : 103 cows and bullocks for A. Paton and Sons, the former to £5 12s Od, the latter to £7 15s 5d. Messrs. Powers, KtfTiiFRHOHD, and Co. sold for S. Swan, bul locks at £8 3s 8d, cows at £4 9s 5d ; 34 for II. J. Howler, bullocks at £5 12s Od, cows at £0 ; 38 for T. ffore, ail bullocks, at £7 15s 7d ; 14 for J. Hore, bul locks at £7 Is 3d ; 25 bullocks for A. Patterson, at...

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SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. THURSDAY, MAY 8. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 10 May 1879

SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. Thursday, May 8. Messrs. Griffiths and Wravkh report Fat Cattle : Tlie numbers at Homebusli this week were again greatly In excess of trade requirements, and though vendors submitted to a reduction on Monday of 8i or 10s per bead on the previous week's rates, and to a further decline on Thursday, still agents were unable to dispose of all the cattle on hand. We consider best beef can hardly bo quoted higher than 12s Cd to 1,'ls per lOOlbs. at the outside; medium beef about. 10s. The number yarded on Monday was 919, of which 756 were sold. On Thursday 800 were yarded, hut only 750 were sold : exceedingly heavy' weight bullnito fetching onlv Ml 5s. The averages were 30, £3 Is 5d ; 50, £5 4s ; 44, £3 12s lOd : 34, £3 Os Id ; 140, £3 13s 9d : 114, d£4 15s 4d : 75, £4 Us f-d ; 229, £3 Oa 5.1 ; 70, £4 178 Od ; 07, £3 19s 8d ; 127, £4 13s ; 20, £3 9j : 138, £3 8s 3d : 128, £4 9s lOd ; 22, £4 Os Od ; 45, £:{ 9* 7d : 50, £3 19s 4d ; 79, £4 ; SO, £4 15s 3d. We sold, ...

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MESSRS. WILKINSON MINCHIN, & LAVENDERS REPORT. WAGGA WAGGA, HAY AND SYDNEY, Wagga, Wagga, May 9. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 10 May 1879

MESSRS. WILKINSON. MINCHIN, & LAVENDER'S REPORT. WAGGA WAGIU, HAY. AND 8YDXHY. Wagga Wagga, May 9. Fnt stock.— The market, locally, is at. present fully supplied, and the Metropolitan markets are coutWer nbly overstocked. Prices have therefore very little altered from late quotations. Store cattle. — After the late rains, any probable pur chasers should watch the market. Prices nre very low towards what they have been. At the same time the right sort of stock is difficult to procure, mid if an.v thlng really first -class comes forward, a shade over late quutations can he realized. Bullocks, £2 10s. to £3 10i. ; cows, £1 10s. to £2. Store sheep. — Own sales this week have been 2125 ewes for Mr. Charles luighill, and 1230 ewes for Mr. John King, both lots in 'Innib. to Mr. P. Rogers, of Forrest Hill, and 7f-0 crossbrcd wethers for Sir. F. G. Manning, to Mr. C. D. UardwelJ. \Yc have several large lots under offer, and now being inspected, nod have to report a better tone in the...

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COMMERCIAL. STOCK REPORT. EXPRESS Office, May 9. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 10 May 1879

COMMERCIAL. STOCK REPORT. Express Office, Ma}' 9. The weather since last wc wrote lias been beautifully fine. The morning's have been cold, to the pre vailing frosts which liuve ii't however, penenuly speaking, been severe. No rain has fallen tsmcc »»ur last report; but a gladsome sun has shone out nearly every day, which made everything look bright uiid cheering:, and brought the weather to a pitch that is truly delightful. Wc have experienced one dull, r.w day this week ; but this disagreeable occurrence has been more than counterpoised by tlie delightful flood of sun, light, and warmth we have had since. Turning to Queensland, reports show that the weather has been generally fine throughout the colony. Rain has fallen at intervals at Jirisl-aM©, Cooktown, and Tonwoinha,. At Tuwusville the wet season is drawing to a oloie. In the northern interior, the weather continues fine. In the Western districts, the recent showers have abated, and there is a probability of fine weather. Advi...

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THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 10 May 1879

THF GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. Ik the Legislative Council on Tuesday, Mr. M'Elhone moved, — ' That, in the opinion of this House, the book about to be printed for Mr. J. H. Heaton at tbe Government Printing Office should not be nrinted there.' He believed the statement made by Mr. Heaton that the book could not be printed at any other printing office in Sydney was utterly untrue. He had seen a letter in the S. if. Herald from Messrs. Gibbs, Shallard, and Co., denying that they had ever had the chance of printing this book, and saying that it was a libel on the printing trade to say that it could not be done at any other establishment than the Government Printing Office. That film said they gave an estimate for this work to Mr. Heaton, but they heard nothing more about it They also said there were half-a-dozen firms in Sydney that could print this book. It seemed to him that this Mr. Heaton had been working the oracle with the Government printer to get the job done cheaply, and to s...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 10 May 1879

IMPOUNDING^!. At South Wagga Wagga, from Grass Paddock: — Dark chesnut horse, star, like MBB (conjoined) over tt near shoulder, like jjB (conjoined) off shoul der, saddle-marked, off hind foot white, aged, 14J hands. Will be sold on the 22nd May. At Betliungra, April 16, from Warn Warri : — Black gelding, like J*— 1 (con joined) q over D over I under near shoulder, small star, near fore and off hind feet white, 6yrs., broken. Will be sold May 15. At Clarendon, April 5, from Junee : — Chesnut gelding, like W with half circle over near shoulder, JhI off shoulder, wall eye, four white hoofs, aged, 15 hands. Also, same day, from Billabong CJiesnut mare, lame, white, on off hind leg; blaze, HK (conjoined) near shoulder, R in circle off rite, -like blotch off shoulder, aged, 14 hands. Will be Bold May 22.

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HEAVY GALE AT NEWCASTLE. WRECK AND LOSS OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 10 May 1879

HEAVY GALE AT NEWCASTLE, Wreck and Loss op Life. The cold, changeable weather that has prevailed here for some time past culminated at length, on Saturday last, in one of those sudden and severe gales from the southward which are so pre valent at certain seasons on this coast. The day had been particularly cold Hiiwiinrlmnf. whilst. tlir» o threatening aspect ; and as the afternoon advanced, distant rumbles of thunder could be occasioually heard. Towards n half-past 4 rain commenced to descend, and in a very short time came down in heavy, continuous showers. There was little wind, however, until about 7 o'clock when the light southerly wind that had previously been blowing freshened up suddenly, and presently increased into a hard gale, commencing in the S.E., and backing afterwards into S.W. Throughout the night the storm raged with terrific violence, the wind coming occasionally in fearful squalls, ac companied by rain. The sea got up veiy quickly, and broke heavily across the bar...

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A CLEVER THIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 10 May 1879

A CLEVER THIEF. Two young men, according to a Paris paper, were, a short time back, seated iu front of a caf6 on the boulevards, when one of them, named Lucien W., informed his friend that he had just come into possession of five thousand francs, adding that the five thousand francs, in bank-notes, were safe locked up in a drawer in his room, and he should not then trouble himself with business. He had a sum of fifty francs in his pocket, with which he proposed that he and his friend should go to Asnieres and enjoy themselves with boating, dining, a ball, etc., and not return until two o'clock in the morn ing. At a table close to them was a well-dressed man, who, although apparently absorbed in the perusal of his journal, did not lose a word of the conversation. He was an accomplished thief named R., alias the Aspie, who had but receutly returned from a tour in the provinces, which he had found it necessary to make in order to with draw himself from the observation of the police. Th...

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THE MELBOURNE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND THE RIVERINE TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 10 May 1879

THE MELBOURNE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND THE RIVERINE TRADE. The annual report of the above body, has the following remarks upon the diversion of the Riverine trade to Sydney, which will be read with in terest — ' During the past year the efforts put forth by New South Wales and South Australia for securing a portion of the Riverina wool trade, which Victoria has enjoyed for some years past, have been so largely suc cessful that the committee of the chamber were compelled to consider seriously the present and prospective effect of this threatened and, to some extent, realised diversion of trade. In September last they appointed a sub committee to look into the matter, and ] although it was hopeless then to alter or affect the arrangements for the carriage of the season's wool, it was deemed advisable to lose no time in collecting statistics and making inquiries into tlie subject The sub-committee nlnced themselves in fioiiiiniinication with tlie principal bouses engaged in the wool tra...

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MR. BERRY'S CHELSEA SPEECH AND EXPLANATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 10 May 1879

Mr. Berry's Chelsea Speech and Explanation. The Berry who haunted the Colonial Office, and who met information-seeking members of Parliament, has not been at all like the Berry who carried out Black Wednesday and from the Mel bourne Treasury buildings hurled hinted defiance at Great Britain and the Iin-» ? i __.ii ? rr_ 1 ? ? ? J „„i„ penal uuuiun i/iea. lie ii«k- iumcti uiiij as Bottom offered to roar, as gently as any sucking-dove. But when, at Chel sea, his foot felt his native platform under its tread, and the inspiring sense that he was once more addressing an audience kindred to those he had left behind at the Antipodes pervaded his sensorium, it seemed but natural that he should have broken out iu some degree. How could Mr. Berry submit to speak and win no cheers ! Such an unaccustomed proceeding would break his great heart. But how could he win cheers from an audience of Radicals ex cept by treating them to something forcible in Radicalism 1 If Mr. Berry once raised the floo...

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GENERAL GRANT'S EXPECTED VISIT TO AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 10 May 1879

GENERAL GRANT'S EXPECTED VISIT TO AUSTRALIA. In anticipation of the projected visit of General Grant, the ex-President of the United States, to Australia (says the Age of Saturday), the Secretary of State for the Colonies has sent the following circular letter to his Excel lency and to the other Governors of the Australian colonies and New Zealand : — ' Downing. street, 8th February, ?I o -rr\ o:. . T 1 ? ? 4.1, 0 l,rvr.n-,i. tfi IDIV. OJr, ? A JUIVU tuc J' ^ acquaint you that her Majesty's Go vernment have been informed by the United States Minister in this country that General Grant, late President of the United States, accompanied by Mrs. Grant and their son Colonel Frederic Grant, proposes to make a tour in India, and possibly in Australia and New Zealand, and has already em barked for that purpose from Mar seilles. Her Majesty's Government are further informed that General Grant has been joined by the Hon. Mr. Borie, formerly Secretary of the United Stnfes Navy, and that the Go...

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THE AMENDED LAND BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 10 May 1879

The Amended Land Bill. The second clause of the Amended Land Bill, that relating to the value of improvements to be effected upon con ditional purchases, gave rise to a pro longed debate in the House and to several divisions, the result of three of which ulaced the Government in a minority. Most of the speakers con sidered that improvements to the extent of 10s. per acre were ample for all purposes, and the main question at issue was whether the proposed reduction ought to be prospective or retrospective, aud, if retrospective, where was it to date from 1 The wording of the clause, as originally brought in, was as follows : — 'So much of clauses 1, 13 and 18 of the Crown lands Alienation Act of 1861, and of clause 22 of the Lands Acts Amendment Act of 1875, as may require that improvements should be made by the conditional purchaser upon land conditionally purchased to the value of one pound per acre, is hereby repealed ; and from and after the passing of this Act it shall be suffic...

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THE CAREER OF PRIZE FIGHTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 10 May 1879

THE CAREER OF PRIZE FIGHTERS. The present era. seems unfortunate for i the professional of the manly art Of the names famous in the ring, nearly four-fifths are in the grave or peniten tiary. Morrissev, Heenan, O'Baldwin, r and Savers are dead. John M'Glade who fought Sam Collyer, was killed in a Californian bar room. Andy Duflv shared the same fate in Pittsburg. nam uonyer is m me pKiiiusnuiu jr. Joe Coburn ditto. Mike M'Coole killed Pat Manly in St. Louis and is now boating on the Missisippi. Arthur Chamber had his hand so fearfully chewed up in a rough-and-tumble en counter that he can never again shy his castor. Among the more fortunate athletes are Neil Price, nova prominent New York lawyer ; Billy Edwards, who is keeping quiet, and looking well ; Tom Allen, who is travelling in Scotland with a fortune of 30,000 dol., which he earned in America ; Jem Mace, who runs a bar room in Australia ; and Tom King, who left the ring to enter the Church, and is to-dav a veritable ex pounde...

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POST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. TIME TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 10 May 1879

POST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. TIME TABLE OP TUB ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. (Sunday Sydney, via Railway Station P.0 ? 10 a.m Melbourne, via Albuiy and Germanton .. 2.30 p.m Deniliquin and Urana ? * I'-m Ray and Narandera ? - A P-'1 Clarendon . . .. ? P»m Monday. Albury and Germaulon ? 2.30 p.tn Tuesday. Tarcutta ? ?? 1 *-ni Kindra, Cowabee, Ariah, broken Dam, Slimosa, Hie Rock, and Marrar . . 5 a.ni Sydney, via Railway Station P.0 ? 10 a.ra Melbourne, via Albury, Germanton, and Cookardinia ? 2.30 p.m Deniliquin and Urana ? 4 p.m Wednesday. Sydney, via Railway Station P.0 ? 10 a.m WallAcetown and Brucedaie ? 11 a.m Dcniliquin'and Urana ? 4 p.m Hay and Narandera ? 4 p.m Tnursday. Tarcutta ? 1 a.m ; Sydney, via Railway Station P.O. . . . 10 a.m Melbourne, via Albary, Germanton, and Cookardinia ? 2.30 p.m Clarendon . . ? 6.30 p.m | Friday. Sydney, via Railway Station P.0 ? 10 a.m Melbourne, via Albury and Guruinnton . . 2.30 p.m Deniliquin and Urana ? 4 p.m | Narandera ? 4 p.m ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 10 May 1879

Shipping'. ORIENT LINE OF STEAMSHIPS FOR LONDON. VTA THE SUEZ CANAL. The full-powered steamships of tliis line are built and fitted expressly for carrying Passengers on long ocean voyages ; they are each of about 4000 tons register, and make the voyage in about 40 days. Tliey are fitted with punkahs, attached to the main engines, and steam -heating apparatus on the most approved principle, and arc thoroughly venti lated for the tropics. The next departures will lie : — ? Stennier From Sydney From Melbourne CH1MB01IAZ0 .. May 141h CUZOO ? J mil! 01.li June 14lh ACONCAGUA.... July fit h July I2Ch. To lie followed every month by a similar steamer. Fakes to London, £10 and upwards. Suez Coiml Dues, 8s. in mlditiun. Passages from London can be granted in Sydney. For further particulars apply, in London, to F. Green and Co., ami Anderson, Ander son and Co., Managers of tho Orient Steam Navigation Company (Limited) ; or to the l agents in Sydney, I GILCHRIST, 'WATT, & CO., ky s Gre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 10 May 1879

In militaiy operations, the firet and most important step, is to strengthen your defences. So with the human system. In order to fortify it against the sieges of disease, it must be put in a sound and perfect condition. To effect this end, there is nothing known better calculated to invigorate the con stitution, than Udolpho Wolfe's Schie dam Aromatic Schnapps. It braces the nerves, tones the functions, stimulates the action of the organs, and sets the machinery of the frame in healthy operation. — Adv.

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PROPOSED WAGGA WAGGA GAS COMPANY. ENGINEER'S PRELIMINARY REPORT ON GAS SUPPLY FOR WAGGA. To the Provisional Directors of the proposed Wagga Wagga Gas Company, Limited. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 10 May 1879

PROPOSED WAGGA WAGGA GAS COMPANY. Engineer's Preliminary Report on Gas Supply for Wagga. To the Provisional Directors of the /.ro posed Wagga Wagga Gas Company, Limited. Gentlemen, — My attention has re peatedly been directed to this town as a place ripe for gas supply, and whilst at Albury a few days since, this repre sentation was so far confirmed by gentle men who had either lived at or were quite familiar with your town. I am pleased to say that ray visit has quite convinced me that the re ports of the prosperity and importance of Wagga I have received are sustan tially correct, and in which I fully coincide. Yesterday your townsman, Mr. Ro berts, very kindly accompanied me on a tour of inspection in search of a suit able site for the works. There are several pieces of vacant ground well suited for the purpose in all respects but one — viz., their liability to become flooded. However remote this con tingency may at present appear, it is of the utmost importance that the works sh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 10 May 1879

DR. CHURCHILL'S SYRUPS (Hypopliosphite of Lime or Sodn) For Consumption'. These Syrups, which have the confidence of all medical men, are especial)}' recommended in cases of Consumption, Chronic Cuujjh, and General Debiiitv. They contain two of the principal ingredients neces sary for hiiildiii? up the human frame, and which are considered deficient in the above complaints, viz., Phosphorous and Lime. They arc also admirably adapted for children of a weak and delicate habit. DR. CHURCHILL'S SYRUP Of Hypopliosphite of Iron is particularly recommended for the restoration of the constitution when debili tated by the effects of a warm climate. DR. CHURCHILL'S COMPOUND SYRUP Of Hypophoephitcs is a compound of the Hypophos phitcs of Lime, Iron, Soda, Potash, etc., and as a general 'J'onic cannot be too highly estimated. DR. CHURCHILL'S PECTORAL TABLKTS Cure Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Sore Throats, Loss of Voice, Hronchitis, Asthma, &c. The above are prepared only by SWANif, Chemis...

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