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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 14 May 1879

Tkstj si on i a IjS are a prolific source of sctpticisni. The i world h*e i)ccn so often humbugged by unauthentic | certificates that it is hard for it to stl.tach credence to I what it reads. The true merit of any article is self I affirmative, and its highest indorsement, its own self asserting virtues. The euros consummated by Udolpho ! Wulfe's iscluodu.m Aromatic Schnapps toll their own ! story, and plead their own cause.— Anv. Dkw of tiik Alvs is the poetical designation of the national cordial of Switzerland, which, after having been a local blessing for hundreds of years, has at last found its way into nil parts of tlie western hemisphere, and is now winning golden opiininns of all sorts of people in the Australian colonics. This delicious tonic is pronounced by miners and others in laborious pur suits, which involve exposure to unwholesome air, a perfect protection against the debility aud discuses arising from these causes, while as a refreshing tabic luxury it is unsurpass...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 14 May 1879

DEATH. Gai.vjn. — On the 26th April, at Dixson's Swamp, Agnes, second daughter of George Galvin, jun., aged 17 years, after 4 years' severe illness. WAGGA WAGGA EXPRESS. WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1879.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 14 May 1879

^DELAIDE AGENCY. Mb. J. B. AUSTIN, 'Waymouth- atreet, Adelaide, is authorised to receive Advertisements and Subscriptions for the' WAGGA WAGGA EXPRESS. fc-.* ' WANTED, a Brick-moulder. Apply, Charles Read, Narandera, mm WANTED, a Useful Hand for the Drapery Department ; also, a Yoth for the Grocery Department. Apply to F. Roper, Victoria House. mm WANTED, SAWN TIMBER, free from sap and heart, delivered on site of Viaduct, on either side of River : — 13ft. x 9in. x Gin. ; 12ft. 6in. x 7in. x Sin. or 9in. x Sin. A. and R. Amos, North Wagga Railway Camp. nil 'y^TAGGA AND ALBURY RAILWAY. BRICKLAYERS WANTED. Highest wages givon. Apply, CORNWELL, MIXNER, & CO., ml No. 11 Camp. WAGGA WAGGA AND ALBURY RAILWAY. TO FENCERS. WANTED, a Fkw Miles of Fencing done, commencing three miles from Wagga. The highest price given. CORNWELL, MIXNER, & CO., mk No. 11 Camp. WATERLOO CUP, 1879.— At the request of several coursing friends, ' The Oracle ' has decided to have ONE CONSULTATION on...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 14 May 1879

An' English bishop lately put forth the re markable saying, that the subject of educa tion was so exhausted and had readied its filial step of improvement, that it would be as ridiculous to lecture on it as it would he to sermonise oil that most useful, though unin£f-rpe;f.hirr nrr.nmh'nn n f wadiinn ? ? ? * ? ? .... ''.?'Illjj, To a certain extent that revd. gentle man was right, lint if lie had kindly informed his hearers what was the character of the individuals who exhausted this sub ject, what their authority and standing were, they would have escaped the fallacy liis remarks contain. The washerwoman's occupation certainly reached a stage of pernianancy some score of centuries ago ; but no one would think, though everyone bus an j idea of some sort oil tbe subject, of meddling with tbe washerwoman in lier duties. This is done, as far as the topic of education is concerned, to an alarming extent liy every one who plumes himself iu a facility of glibly talkins subjects of popular...

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THE NEW SOUTH WALES LOAN. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 14 May 1879

THE NEW SOUTH WALES LOAN. Whiting ou the successful floating of the above loan, the Insurance and Banking Bccord says : — ' The difference in the prices obtained be tween the Victorian and the New South Wales 4 per cent, loan is as follows : — New South Wales, average . . £98 2 0 Victoria, average . . £09 1 7 Loss accrucd interest . . 1 3 11 ? 97 17 8 Difference per centum . . £0 11 0 It tliuB appears that New South Wales obtained, not only relatively but actually, a higher price than we did, for a security bearing a rate of interest less by one-half per cent, per annum. . . , ' Wc do not desire to repeat now what might be justly said as to political causes unfavourably affecting our Victorian issue. We canuot, however, refrain from referring to the justification, by comparative results, of those, including ourselves, who strenu ously advocated that Victoria should not raise her rate of interest in the London market from 4 per cent, to 4| per cent. It is now seen that, had we been f...

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TELEGRAPHIC. LONDON. May 5. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 14 May 1879

TELEGRAPHIC. LONDON. May 5. The P. and O. s.s. Tanjore arrived here to day from Australian Ports. May 8. Mr. Berry, the Premier of Victoria, started this afternoon on his journey home. In the House of Lords, the Under-Secretary for War, in reply to a question, said the 1,„,1 . 4..1 ? c ? Ixird Chelmsford, askingforfurther reinforce ments. His Lordship added that further details were awaited, previous to steps being taken to comply with the request. Yakoob Khan has arrived at the British camp, and anuouueed his arrival to Lord Lytton. The new Ameer expressed to the Viceroy his strong desire for friendly relations be tween Afghanistan and the British Empire. Her Majesty the Queen and the Lords of the Council of the South Kensington Museum have promised to lend works of art of great value for exhibition at tbe Sydney and Mel bourne Exhibitions. Sir Frederick Leighton (tbe president) and many of the members of the Royal Academy, have also promised to lend collections of paintings. In th...

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USE OF CARBOLISKD OIL IN LAMBING. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 14 May 1879

USE OF CARBOLISED OIL IN LAMBING. The following, addressed to the Editor, ap pears in the Norwich Mercury of March 25th : — Sir, — Since my last letter, I have received many inquiries as tothecarl olised oil, which I regret, for want of time, being unable to answer, and I hope you may bo induced to print the matter I send herewith, which will assist those persons who ask for some infor mation as to the strength of the mixture and directions for its use. I have proved that from its extra purity and ready solu bility, Calvert's No. 4 carbolic acid may be fully relied upon, and I, therefore, recom mend it in preference to any other kind that I have tried. To one part of acid add seven parts of Gallipoli oil. Cireat care should be taken to have the acid and oil well and properly mixed, and also that it be thoroughly shaken before pouring it from tbe bottle for use. It is advisable to use some of tlie mix ture when there has been a case of difficult or bad lambing to the exterior of, and...

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COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. THURSDAY MAY 8. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 14 May 1879

COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. Thursday. Mxr 8. Messrs. Maiden, Hill, and Clark rcjwrt.- Fat cattle : A pain a very licav.v (supply— 1750 head yarded, And about 250 sold outride. £1)1 yarded on Monday, chiefly fair lo good, with a few prime. Owing to heavy rains, there was a jKvor attendance of the trade : prices opened at nlmut last week's closing sales, hut biddings very languid. At Thursday's sales 805 yarded, over 100 turned out. Better attendance, hut number proved in cxccss of demand, and sales wound up from 78 to 10a worse, closing lower than we have soon tlicin. There is still a large supply en route, and tilings seem to he getting worse, Heat beef, l'2s to 14s per lOQHis. : second, 10s to lis ; medium considerably under outside store rates. Our sales have been 127 for A. Hodgcrs, bullocks for \\\ and T. Richardson, nt £4 10s, ami 22 cows at £4 Is 9d. Fat sheep : 14,000 yarded, prin cipally medium and inferior. Satc3 on Monday exceed ingly dull, and beyond a few small...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 14 May 1879

Shipping. RIENT LINE OF STEAMSHIPS FOR LONDON. VIA THE SUEZ CANAL. The full-powered steamships of this line arc built and fitted expressly for carrying ' Pnssengers on long ocean voynges ; they are e.icli of about 4000 tons register, and make the voyage in about 40 days. They arc fitted with punkahs, attached to the main engines, and steam-heating apparatus 011 tlie most approved principle, and are thoroughly venti lated for the tropics. The next departures will be : — Slc.niicr From Sydney From Melbourne ( III.MI'.OUAZO .. Jliiy mh i TWO ? June C(l» .luitc 14ili ACONCAGUA.... July Mil July ]2(li. To 1 ic followed every month by a similar steamer. Faker to London, £1-- and upwards. Siiok Cmiul Dues, -Ss. in oilditiun. Passages from London can be granted in Sydney. For further particulars app'y, in London, to F. Green and Co., and Anderson, Ander son and Co., Managers of the Orient Kteam Navigation Company (Limited) ; or to the agents in Sydney, GILCHRIST, WATT, & CO., l;y s ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 14 May 1879

Special Advertisements. HASTINGS CUNINGHAM AND COMPANY (LIMITED), WOOL BROKERS, STOCK AN D STATION AGE.VTS' AUSTRALASIAN' WOOL STORKS, Collins-street, West, MELBOURNE. Wr. lie;' to notify tlie Wimlgrowers of the Mnrruin bidgee, Lachlan, and Darling districts lljat wc arc prepared to make liberal advances on the most avounible tenns uiMin the Ensuing Clip of Wool, and also upon approved station securities Having made extensive additions to our alreatlr com modious warehouses, by which their storage capacity lias been doubled, we are enabled to offer facilities for conducting the trade unsurpassed by any firm in the colonies: and as we strirtlv confine our business to that of SELLING IHtOKEllS ONLY ON COMMISSION', we have no interest, either directly or indirectly, in the purchase of any produce, thereby affording' to our constituents the sui-cst guarantee' that the extreme market value will at all times he secured for their con signments. All Wools, &c., coming forward, coast...

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SYDNEY STATION PRODUCE REPORT. FRIDAY, MAY 9. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 14 May 1879

SYDNEY STATION PRODUCE REPORT. r hiday, May 9. Messrs. Maidkn, Hill, and OjARK report. --Wool : No sales held this week. We leurii by cablegram that the second series of Sides commenced in L-md«m uii the Cth inst. with a larj-u attendance of both h«-mc and foreign buyers, coininftitfnii being keen ; pn'oe.s, how ever, exhibited no improvement upmi those ruling at the closc of last eerie*, except, iu crossbrcds which were firmer. 329,000 hides will be l.rou-ht forward this Peries. Sheepskins : Arrivals for next weolc limited. We anticipate firm j-atcs, as greasy w.mls are getting scarce, and fclhnongera will h« eoinpsllcd to operate more freely .-u sheepskins. Quntati-ms un altered. Tallow: .Market easier; shippers did not operate, so that local manufacturers had prices entirely in their own hands. Hides: Market barely supplied. Attendance small, and shippers operated more sparingly. Prices retxvied from one-eighth to one farthing per lb. ..Quotations- Extreme heavies, 3$d to 3§d ; h...

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PASTORAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 14 May 1879

PASTORAL NOTES. Mr. A. G. Jones, of Bogo-Bogolong, lias sold 7162 mixed wcaners to Messrs. M'Kay and M'Pbail, Lower Lachlan. These sheep are represented to be a superior , flock of young sheep. Messrs. Moore, Brothers, and Co., agents, Forbes. Mr. A. G. Jones lias purchased S00 mixed weaners from Mr. Twaddle, of tbe Lachlan. Messrs. tvilson aud Cotton, of Forbes, agents. Messrs. Hunter and Leslie, of Ungaree, have sold 5000 store wethers, through a Forbes agency. Messrs. Tinker and Dnvey, of Dora Dora, have sold 2000 ewes and wethers near Hay. Mr. G. W. Seaborn, ofGundabcndal North, has taken delivery of 2519 wethers pur chased by him. Mr. E. G. Brown, of Tnmut, on Thursday last, at auction, disposed of a mob of Monaro horses. Though unbroken, some of the colts were very good looking animals. The prices ranged for the better class from £4 to £0, aud a fine draught colt went as high as £13. On Wednesday, Mr. E. G. Brown reports having sold 2300 sheep on account of Messrs. Begus and N...

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LAND NOTES. COMING LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 14 May 1879

land notes. COMING LAND SALES. nagga wagga .. May 14, 28 ; June 4. |: I p ''3' ? May 21; June 4. i I Gund™Mi ? May 14, 21, 2S;June4. ft. I ? May 14 J 21,' 28 ; Juoe 4. ? I Y™,',g :: ;; K21'28:Ju,lc4' I J Cuotaii.uudra .. May 28 Ml I De'»il)ui' ? May 28'; June 4. 1 ? Land Offickb — Tlie following selections were taken ./Jk-jM up at the undermentioned placoa on T/mrsdav lost ?— PBPW Gomiagai: tt . Boote 260 !, Mundarlo ; J. M'Leod 200a, iBH Money Money; \\ G. Plows 200a, Bongongolong ; F. i- f anci ^'.'ongolong; Kate 1BH Sullivan 040a, Bongongulong ; A. Brnurfiton 400a MU won!!1™ Bongongolong; J. S. Kiehollg, 40a, 55 1 joma , D. Kyan 40a, Coone.v ; J. Perrv 00a Money Money; J. Dunoghue 00a, Coonev tv' Fit*! gcrnld 40a, Oioney ; W. Kdirnnds jun., 79a, H'illio I'lornu ; J. a I'Uttcr 40a, Cooucy. Albert; w. Ditch- field 167a 2r, Buckerpin^ali ; «T. C. F. Gottselinlk 84a, Burnt. Coiiowa : N. M'DmiaU 133n 2j, Tarraniln ; J. J. PorLer 127a, Tiirnimiii ; II. Holllbono 40a, Jlurr.xjnn. ; G. T...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 14 May 1879

Railway Extension to Hay. — Wo pub lish upon our fourth page a letter upon this subject. Mr. M'Caugliey, it will be seen, advocates the line from the Hanging Rock via Urana and Jerilderie, and has pro' ceded to Sydney, to urge the construction of this line upon the Government, to which effort he bos Vioon ^nnnf.o/1 in sirmiminfinn urit.ll Mr Barbour, M.L. A., by a large and influential meeting held at Jerilderie on the 2nd inst. Tmc Mounted Police. — We have to acknowledge the receipt of a letter on the unenviable position of a mouuted trooper iu New South Wales, which wo are compelled to decliuc publishing, as tbe writer has not observed the rule of forwarding his name with bis communication. Professor S i.oman. — This leaerderinanist gives an interesting entertainment this even ing at the Masonic Hall. At the close of tbe performance there will be a distribution of gifts Bachelder's Panorama. — This pano ramic exhibition illustrative of Milton's ' Paradise Lost,' will, it is annou...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. CRICKET. BILLABONG V. WAGGA [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 14 May 1879

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. CRICKET. Billabong v. Wagga. A match between a picked eleven of the Wagga Cricket Club aud a team from the Billabong Club was played on Saturday last on the racecourse. Wickets were pitched just before noon. With the exception of noting the time when the teams left tbe field, thereis scarcely anything to report concerning UL,y xi.ui I uniiiveiers piayeu, with two exceptions, execrably, and their opponents were not very much better. There was uo excuse for the local team to enter into a public cricket competition, when they were so wretchedly unfitto play. Though, perhaps, the absence of one or two of their best players, upon whose aid in running up a good score they counted may explain this mistake ! yet, young gentlemen who attempt cricket should not put implicit trust in some Goliath to sustain their credit, but prepare to quit themselves like men in the contest. The Billabong team showed now aud then that they knew what they were about, but I uiujumnes mey pia...

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WALGETT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 14 May 1879

WALGETT. (From our Correspondent.) The Barwiu River (or Darling) affcer rising ^ | to the height of 40ft. above summer level » has again commenced to fall. i 2000 mixed stores, from the Huuter dis- i trict, have passed for Messrs.. Brittou's Boge- X wong station. M The weather has evidently changed to U intense cold. S The stock movements are altogether nil *: bquatters are holding out as Iouy as possible against the ruinous fluctuations iu the meat market. Squatting properties have decreased fully 50 per ceut. ou the value of their pur chase money twelve months ago, in this district. It is an auxious time, and a tryin' - ordeal, aud, as Mr. Dihbs observed, when speaking at the Mutual Provident meeting, the other day, ' there is just a danger in flattering ourselves upon our securities.' The timber market even represents the '.P'-™''. iiuiw sawn scud, which has always sold readily at from £1 10s ! to £'2 per 100ft. (it has to be drawn 75 I miles) delivered in town, is now a dru' iu ...

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NARANDERA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 14 May 1879

NARANDERA. (From our Correspondent.} On Sunday last the Right Rev. Dr. Thomas, Bishop of Goulburn, preached to a large and attentive audience, in the new Court-liouBC. Afterwards about 40 ladies and gentlemen were confirmed. Tbe attendance at the service included many from tbe country. Tbe Rev. A. B. S. West and Mr. Drummoud assisted. Oil Monday evening there was a oci-mccLiny ki xuiuotnu me msnnp, also held iu tbe Court-house. About 250 sat down to an excellent repast, which did the greatest credit to the respective caterers, viz., Mr. C. B. Anderson and Mr. B. Hall. Tbe tables were furnished and presided over by jMesil.'imes J. L King, George Flood, ami J. J. Roberts, of Midgeon. Everything passed oil' pleasantly, and addresses were given by the Bishop, the Rev. A. B. S. West, and Mr. Drummoud. It is thjugbt that one good effect of bis Lordship's visit will be to stimulate church people to set about erecting a place of worship, A parson age is also urgently required, the respected...

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POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MAY 12. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 14 May 1879

POLICE COURT. Monday, May 12. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Obscene Language and Drunkenness. — Samuel Cosgrove, charged with using obscene language in a public place, was lined £2 ; or, in default, one month in gaol. Jas. Breunan, who was charged with drunkenness and obscene language, was fined £1 ; or, in de fault, 14 days in gaol. Larceny. — Andrew Antonia was charced with stealing a bottle of brandy, tbe property of Mr. John Yabsley. On Sunday morning the prisoner was observed going iu to tlie bar of Air. Yabsley's hotel by a nurse girl, and the bottle of brandy was missed immediately after. Mr. Yabsley followed the prisoner out, and overtaking him near the police barracks, found the bottle on bis person. The prisoner, who elected to l-e dealt with summarily, was sent to gaol for 14 days.

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SYDNEY. TUESDAY, 12.50 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 14 May 1879

SYDNEY. Tuesday, 12.50 p.m. At the Supreme Court, before Judge Faucett, the case City Bank v. Sir George Wigraiu Allen resulted in a verdict for defendant being returned : all the points of law raised during the trial were reserved. The City Bank sued Sir G. W. Allen for £4724 5s. The cheque, however, was proved to be one of Treeves' forgeries. The Criminal Court commenced sitting yesterday. Sir Win. Manning nrrawlprl Thomas Brown, convicted of horso-stealing, was sentenced to three years imprisonment. John Doherty, stealing jewellery, three years. Tom Johns, bigamy, was remanded for sentence. The weather is beautiful. Heavy floods are reported from the Port Macquarie district. A Chinese junk arrived at Cooktown on Sunday with intelligence that the wreck of a large vessel on the bank opposite Cape Bedford was observed. The vessel had been, apparently, wrecked two years back. I Captain Dent, master of the schooner Moonta, shot himself on board that vessel in j nweiame juswjrnay. ii i...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 14 May 1879

SMALL DEBTS COURT. Gray v. S. Hopkiss.— Mr. Campbell for plaintiff, and Mr. Fitzhardinge for defendant. In this case plaintiff sought to recover £10 damages by reason of furious, unskilful, and earless driving of one of defendants convey ances. Complainant stated the circumstances of the recent accident at the bridge, as already given in tnese columns. Defendant produced a number of witnesses to show that due care had been taken in driving ou the bridge to avoid collision with complainant's horse, but that the horse swerved round and struck tbe hind wheel of the omnibus ; and complain ant's statements being unsupported by wit nesses the Bench believed tbe version of the case, and gave a verdict for defendant.

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