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SECOND PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879
Second Payments. The following secoud payments were received yesterday : — Mauks' Produce Stakks, 1880-81. Mr. C. M. Lloyd's b c hy Little Nell-Infidel C. M. Lloyd's b or br f My Lady— Firoworks C. M. Lloyd's b or br f Chaff— Piscator J. Mitchell's br or blk f Splendour, Nea— Glorious J. Mitchell's b c Santa Claus, Catherine Leyton— Glorious .1. Mitchell's b c Victory, Noedle— Glorious J. Mitchell's b f Immortelle, Fleur-de-lis— Glorious A. M'Donald's b f Lctitin, Miss Wasp— Glorious H. J. Bowler's ch f ? , Princess — John Bull H. J. Bowler's ch c ? , Formosa — John Bull H. J. Bowler's h f — - , Aruma— John Bull II. J. Bowler's bor br c ? , Nightshade — John Bull A. Loder's ch f Constance, Novice— Fevo J. A. Dallas's g f ? , Green mantle— Lecturer M. II. Devlin's oil f ? , Zelinda— Infidel
ST. LEOER, AUTUMN, 1881. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879
St. Leoer. Autujis, 1881. Mr. J. Mitchell's b f Fieurette, Gloriour— Fleur-de-lis J. Mitchell's b f Bridal Wreath, Glorious- Snow Wreath 3. Mitchell's b g Songster, Glorious -Sougstrese J. Mitchell^ blk f Nutmeg, Glorious— SwccUwf Mr. A. M'Dontdd's b f Letty West, Glorious— Miss WlwJP C. M. Lloyd's brf The Marchioness, Tho Diver Sally Brass . , , C. M. Lloyd's br c Castle Edon, Tlie Divor — Lady Patricia C. M. Lloyd's blk f The Grobo, Tlie Diver— Star- light C. M. Lloyd's blk or hr e Dolphin, TI10 Divor Audrey , . a F. R. L. Rossi's - c Lord Lisgnr, Yattenden— Lady Constance W. Williams's brc Caister, Stockbridge-Ohscurata W. C. White's b or br 0 Glcnalvon, Ilawthorndon — Valetta J. A. Dallas's g c Dictator, Lecturer— lliverlna E. T. Powell's Aberdeen, Snowden— Empty Glass A. Loder's cli c ? , Kelpio— Saucebox W. A. Long's b c Hartington, Marquis— Florence W. A. Long's h orbr c Hildebrand, Hamlet — Lady Ilildn
DERBY. 1880. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879
Derdy. 18S0. Mr. J. Mitchell's b f Fleurotte, Glorious— Fleur-de-lis J. Mitchell's b f Bridal Wreath, Glorious— Snow- wreath J. Mitchell's b g Songster, Glorious— Songstress J. Mitchell's blk f Nutmeg, Glorious — Svveetlcaf A, M'Donald's b f Letty West. Glorious — Bliss Wasp G. M. Lloyd's br f The Marchioness, The Diver — Sally Brass C. M. Lloyd's br c Castle Eden, Tho Diver— Lady Patricia C. M. Lloyd's blk f Tlie Grebe, Tlie Diver — Star- light C. SL Lloyd's b or br c The Dolphin, Tlie Diver Audrey F. R. L. Rossi's c Lord Lisgar, Yattendou — Lady Constauoo J. W. Heriot's br f ? , Yabba W. Williams's br c Caister, Stockbridge— Obscurata H. C. White's b or br c Glenaloon, Hawthomden — Valetta H. J,. Bowler's g f — , John Bull— Formosa H. J. Bowler's b f ? , Jobu Bull— Nightshade H. J. Bowler's ch c ? , John Bull— Docfoot J. J. Clynch's b c ? 1 Tim Whiffler— MyBtery J. A. Dallas's g c Dictator, Lecturer— Riverina E. T. Powell's Aberdeen. Snowden— Empty Glass A. Loder's cb c ? , Kelpie...
A.J.C. SPECIAL MEETING, JAN. 18. THE FLYING HANDICAP, 6 furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879
A.J.C. SPECIAL MEETING, JAN. IS. TUE FLYING HANDICAP, 0 furlOllgS. st lb st lb Mncaroni - - 9 10 Propriety - -75 Bunvood - * -95 Cherub - - -72 Crusader- - - 8 12 Exile - - - 7 2 Expectation - - 8 1? Bedouin - - - 7 0 Nappcr Tandy- - 8 10 Welcome (late De Rifleman- - - 8 4 raocrat) - - 7 0 Rookwood - - 8 2 Hawthorn - - 6 12 Sir Andrew - - 8 4 Ito - - - -0 10 Lilian - - - 7 10 Braidwood - - 0 7 Jack - - - 7 10 The Arab - -04 Glencairn - - 7 9 Mimosa - - - 0 0 Fau Bias - - - 7 7 The Mavis - - 0 0 The Al-l)ess - - 7 7 Crazy Jane - -CO Liberator- - - 7 7 THE HURDLE RACE, 2} miles. Solicitor - - - 11 12 Free Lance - - 9 7 Peter Simple - . 11 10 Poverty - - - 9 5 Fcamaught - - 11 7 Uncle Alick - - 9 3 Pyrrhus - - - 10 9 Jupiter - - - 9 0 Jack - - - 10 7 Lady Power - - 8 12 Dauiel O'Kourke - 10 4 Firebracc - - 8 10 Epsam - - - 10 0 Lord ol the Forest - 8 7 Glencairn - - 10 0 Kingfisher - - 8 7 the souvenir, 14 mile Melbouruc - - 9 7 Rookwood - - 7 2 Woodlands - - 9 3 Jack o* Lantern - 7 0 ...
PASTORAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879
PASTORAL. NOTES. Mr. Geo, Mair, of Narandera, has sold 450 mixed hoggets. Messrs. lland and Tompson, agents. Messrs. Rand find Tompson report sale of 700 fat wethers. Mr. H. Wclmau has taken delivery of 2000 mixed weaners, purchased hy him from Mr. J. Nixon, of Gregadoo. Messrs. Rand and Tompson, agents. Mr. C. Nixon has given delivery of 190S mixed weaners, sold to Mr. H. Welman, of Ariali. Messrs. Rand and Tompson, agents. Mt. Geo. Mulholland has sold 3000 four and six-tooth ewes and lambs, to Messrs. Hannah, of Cowabee. Messrs. Elliot, Fos bery, and Co., agents. Sir Samuel Wilson has sold from his Yanko station 125 four-tooth rams to Mr. A. G. Jones. Messrs. Elliot, Fosbery, and Co. , agents. Messrs. T. andS. Learmoutli, of Groougal, have delivered 230 Hereford cows and 30 calves, to Mr. W. O. Windeycr, of Wanta badgery. Messrs. Elliot, Fosbery, aud Co., agents. Sir Samuel Wilson lias delivered 125 four tooth rains to Mr. A. G. Jones. Messrs. — ? .1 r«„ ? .*?„ uiiiuu, ruamij, umt...
CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879
CORONER'S INQUEST. The District Coroner held an inquest at the Royal Hotel, North Wagga Terminus, on Thursday, 011 the body of Richard (ieddius, alias 'Dick the Fiddler,' the circumstances of whose death arc detailed in tlie following evidence : — Edward Wood deposed that he was the landlord of tbe Royal Hotel, at North Wagga; he knew the ueccascu, who was bliua, ana gained his living by playiug the fiddle ; he last saw deceased alive 011 the previous after noon, about 4 o'clock ; lie was not sober then ; he appeared to be suffering from the 'hor- rors'; his general habits wero intemperate; on Sunday deceased came from Wagga as a passenger on Hopkins' coach to witness's house ; he was then not right ; deceased seemed very bad, and was moaning and groaning ; lie was comfortably lodged and attended to ; Mrs. Wood made him some gruel, but he seemed not to care for it ; all he seemed to care for was drink ; when he was brought to witness's house, the coach man cave deceased 2s. to 2s. 6...
SIRES' PRODUCE STAKES, 1880-81. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879
Siues* Pkoduck Stakks, 1S80-81. Mr. C. M. Lloyd's be ? , Little Nell- Infidel J. Mitchell's br or blk f Splendour, Nea— Glorious J. Mitchell's b c Santa Claus, Catherine Leyton— Glorious J. Mitchell's b c Victory, Needle— Glorious J. Mitchell's b f Immortelle, Fleu-de-lis— Glorious A. M'Donald's b f Letitia, Niss Wasp— Glorious II. J. Bowler's ch f ? , Princess— John Bull II. J. Bowler's ch c ? , Formosa — John Bull H. J. Bowler's b f ? , Aruma— John Bull H. J. Bowler's b or br c ? , Nightshade — Jolm Bull A. Loder's ch f Constancc, Novice— Feve J. A. Dallas's ? , Grccnmantlc— Lceturcr
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. I The usual fortnightly meeting of tbe Council was held on Thursday. Present — His Wor ship the Mayor, Aldermen Evaus, Wildman, Maher, Nixon, aud Bruce. The iniuutcs of tlie previous meeting were read and confirmed. Copies of the outgoing correspondence were also rend, together with the following letters reccivca : — L'rom tnc Secretary of Railways, declining to make any further reduction in the rate of carriage of pipes ; from Mr. George S. Hrown, with reference to asph.'iltc pavements. The Council Clerk reported the issue of a number of summonses and writs for rates. Alderman Evans said he was sorry to have to report upon tlie continual ncglect of the maintenance man, and he had received from several quarters complaints that lie waB uever to be seen at any work about the town. The Mayor called attention to the by-law directing that all complaints with reference to any officer of the Council should be brought before the Council in writing. The Borough Surveyor, 0...
THURSDAY, JAN. 17. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879
Thursday. Jan. 17. (Before the Police Magistrate.) | Larceny from a Dwelling. — William Murray was charged as abovs. The prisoner was arrested on the iuformatiou of David Harris, who deposed that he discovered the prisoner on that morning lying asleep on the sofa in his house iu Kiucaid-street. Before going to bed the uight previous, he (prosecutor) liung a pair of trousers up be hind the door, aud iu one pocket of these the purse produced was then lying with the money as at preseut. The police were sent for, aud on their coining the prosecutor's daughter brought iu two pairs of trousers, two waistcoats, another purse, aud a necktie, which had been found outside on a block. All these had been taken out of the bed room. On prisoner's arrest, the two purses, with the money, were found on his persou, and the Bench sent him to gaol for one month. Assault. — William Brysou was called on summons to answer a charge of assaulting Louisa Davis. Defendant did not appear to the summons which h...
SIRES PRODUCE STATES, 1880-81. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879
Sirks' Prodvck Stakks. 1SS0-S1. Mr. 11. W. Simson's Gelatine— Oliver Twist H. W. Simson's t^ueon Anne— Oliver Twist H. W. Simson's Ella — Oliver Twist A. A. Westby's m by Touchstone— Glorious j. Mitchell's Nea— Glorious .1. Mitchell's Needle— Glorious J. Mitchell's Eurydicc— Glorious J. Mitchell's Perfection— Glorious J. Mitchell's Catherine Leyton— Glorious J. Mitchell's Julia — Glorious J. Mitchell's Hope—Glorious J. Mitchell's Trifle— Glorious J. Mitchell's Snow Wreath — Glorious A. M'Doimld's Miss Was)) — Glorious J. W. llill's Miss Jane— Emperor J. Findlay's Lola— Bonnie Carlisle J. Findlay's Miss Martin— Bonnie Carlisle J. Findlay's ltegiua- Bonnie Carlisle J. Findlay's Florence— Bonnie Carlisle Messrs. Patoti's h 111 by Hambledon Hill— Bonnie Car lisle Messrs. Pa ton's b in, by Snowden— Bonnie Carlisle Messrs. Paton's br in, by Bonnie William— Bonnie Car lisle Messrs. Paton's br m, bv Buck6tone— Bonnie Carlisle Mr. C. M. Lloyd's Little Ncll-Thc Diver C. M. Lloyd's Chaff— The ...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. MURRUMBIDGEE TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. MUK RUM BIDGEE TURF CLUB. j The following entries were received on Thursday, 9th instant : — M.\nKs' Prodi'ck, 18S1-S2. Mr. J. Mitchell's Jse;i — Glorious J. MitchclPs Needle— Glorious J. MitdiclFs Eurydicc— Glorious ,1. Mitchell's Perfection— Glorious J. Mitchell's Catherine Leyton —Glorious J. Mitchell's Julia -Glorious ,T. MitcnelPs Hope— Glorious J. Mitchell's Trine Gloriuits J. Mitchell's Snowreith— Glorious A. M'Donald's Miss Wasp— Emperor C. M. Lloyd's Little Nell- The Diver C. M. Lloyd's Chaff— The Diver C. M. Lloyd's My Lady— The Diver C. M. Lloyd's Grecian Bend— The Diver C. M. Lloyd's Pansy — The Diver C. M. Lloyd's Heartsease— The Diver -J. SI. Lloyd's Starlight— The Diver C. M. Llovd's L:idv Patricia— The Diver C. M. Lloyd's Sally Wrass— The Diver C. M. Lloyd's Pulleifsi— The Diver C. M. Llovd's Lancashire Witch— Tho Diver C. M. Lloyd's Zoc— The Diver J. Kind's Silverhair— Infidel F. N. S. Kossi's Lady Constance— Vattcnilon W. IL Williams's Beeswing ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879
AYhu.e \vo arc engaged in that soothing j operation, popularly known as ;; cursing our luck,r' tlie recording angel probably has not only tlie whole of Jiis short hand staff at work taking down the bad language, but is smiling affably at our stupidity. If we try to feed a hundred sheep ou pasture sufficient for twenty, and fail, it is our ' luck if we try to grow twenty consecutive crops of wheat, with only a yearly scratch of the plough and without a single load of manure, it is again ' our luck,' because we don't succeed. In short, we put our money on that precarious double-event, Lazi ness and Stupidity, and say, ' J ust like our luck,' when Industry and Forethought came in winners, hard held. Yet few sane people in this moderately insane world of ours have much faith in luck. Hard-headed practical men would laugh to scorn the weak-minded person who would give a five-pound -note for a child's caul, under the impression that it was ail infallible charm. Most will cross a couple of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879
Special Advertisements. ^yHYTE, COUNSELL AND CO., I WHOLESALE (i ROGERS. j AbKLAIDK. i|) Goldsbrough's Wool Warehouses, Melbourne. R. GOLDSBROUCH* & CO. BKG to announce to the Woolgrowers and Merchants of the Australian Colonies, Tasmania, and New Zealand, that their Warehouses ark now Ready For the RECEPTION AND SALE OF WOOL During the Season, and that they are prepared to make LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES, ON VAVGrRAW.K TKItMH, On the ensuing Clip of Wool, cither for sale in this market, or shipment to Loudon. Sales by Public Auction will be held 011 each Monday and Wednesday during the Season, and proceeds will be paid on the Tuesday following. Ttjcy act as Selling' 'Brokkrs only, and Constituents may rely on their best endeavours to obtain the fullest market value for any consignments with which tliey ma- be favoured. Their well-known Warehouses have been constructed specially fur the STORAGE and DISPLAY of WOOL to the best advantage, tbe Sample Rooms being lighted on an improv...
THE LACHLAN ELECTION. GRENFELL, Friday, 5.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879
THE LACHLAN ELECTION. Gkexfkll, Fridav, 5.30 p.m. Watson ... ... ... ... 165 M'Lean ? ... 121 Great excitement. Weather hot. Young, Friday, 5.35 p. in. The following numbers are iu : — Watson. M'Lean. I Murrumburrah ... 120 ... 64 Cootamundra S ... IS M oi'augorell ... .. 2S ... 5 Grcnfell ... ... 165 ... 121 Cowra ... ... 25 ... 54 Bulla Creek ? 19 ... 2 Condobolin ? 12 ... IS Burrowa, majority for M'Lean, 107. There arc a few more places to come in, but Wat son's election seems certain. 8.10 p.m. Watson ? ... 33S M'Lean ? ... 184 Majority ? 154 9.30 p.m. Watson. M'Lean. Young ? 33S ... 1S4 Condobolin... ... 12 ... IS Wombat ? S2 ... 36 Forbes ... 32 ... 19 Frogmorc ? 39 ... 4S Rye Park ? 15 10 Binaloug ... ... 25 ... 25 I Jugiong ? 7 ... 0
TELEGRAPHIC. LONDON, December 31. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879
? I TELEGRAPHIC. I LONDON, Ducomlicr 31. Ahhiveji. — Chimborazo (s.), from Adelaide November 20 ; -xlen Caladli, barque, from Bluff 11 arbour August 2: Chacina, barque, from Vort I'iru: September 1 ; Argonaut, ship, from Port Pirie September lo ; .Spirit of the Dawn, barque, from Auckland Sep tember 14 ; Oswiiifio, barque, fro-n Free mantle April li, via 'LacepedB Islands ; St-avers, barque, from l'rccinantle March lfi, via Lacepcdc Islands. This vessel put into St. Helena, iu September last, leaky, and discharged 100 tons of cargo, and sailed again, after effecting repairs. The Piako, ship, from London to Lyttcl ton, which put into Pernaiutueo on Novem ber 15, on lire, has repaired and proceeded on her voyage. A portion of her cargo lias been sold hy auction, being damaged, and j unlit for reshipment. i January 3. Money is in less demand, and rates are I drooping. The market rate for three mouths' j bills is 5 per cent. Large amounts of foreign gold have lieen taken into the bank ;...
POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879
POLICE COURT. WiiiiNESiiAY, January S. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Puoi-am; Axij Insci.ti.m; Langcace. — Jas. Walker, charged with using profane and insulting language ill a public-house, was convicted, tiaud lied £2 or one month in gaol. Robert Walker, similarly charged, was lined 10s. with the alternative of one week's imprisonment, a sceond charge of riotous behaviour being dismissed. | Fohisino and Uttkrinu. — Samuel Glover, : was charged with forging aud utteriug a cheque, purporting to be signed by Alexander Davidson, iu November last, amounting to £3 9s. 9d. The prisoner was arrested by Sergeant Vizzard ou the information of Pat rick Geaghau, who pointed him out as the person who passed the eheque at the time stated. The prosecutor, a publican at North Wagga, deposed that the prisoner gave liiin the cheque in question on the day in No vember last oil which a match was played between the Wagga aud Cootamundra Cricket Clubs. He called for some drinks for himself and other m...
MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 11 January 1879
MELBOURNE. Wednesday. Alessrs. Ix. Goldsnrougu and Co. report : — We have sold 3100 bales of wool this week. Greasy realised 7d. tolled.; average fleece, 17d. to 19id. Priccs about same. Friday. Messrs. Hastings Cuniugham, and Go. re port: — We offered to-duy 1600 bales wool, ami sold 1260. Greasy and scoured sold well, maintaining last month's values. Washed was nedected. Quotations — Greasy 6Ad. to 10^d. ; scoured 14d. to 19Ad.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 15 January 1879
g T U D GREYHOUND. 'BLACK WATCH,' A very fast and game dog, containing tlic best blood procurable iii tlie colonies. On the 20tli March, 1 S7S, at the Victorian Amateur Coursing Club Meeting, ilordecai, l-y lilack Watch, von the Craigieburn Stakes (1G dogs). On the 10th Slay, 1878, at the Australian Coursing Club Meeting, Fadladeen, by Black Watch, won three courses iu the St. Lcgcr Stakes (01 subs), Oil the 23rd May, at the Australian Coursing Club Meeting, Tenacity, by Black Watch, won throe courses ill the Oaks Stakes (-M subs). On the 13th, 14tli, and loth June, 1S78, at the A.C.C. Cup Meeting, Fadladeen, by Black Watch, won four courses iu the Cup ; and in the deciding course ran up ami won the £100 for the second dog (3'2 dogs). On the lJth -July, 187S, at tho A.C.C. Storinont Plate Sleeting, Myra and Hainan, both by Black Watch, each won a course in the Adelaide Stakes (24- puppies). Tekms ? .£'- r-s. Apply to Danger's Cottage, rear of the Grand Stand, l'acecourse. K 1) I C J...
PASTORAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 15 January 1879
PASTORAL NOTES, After a long interval, the Government has at last rented an office iu the town for the Inspector of Stock. Persons having business with Mr. Hrenthall can now find liini at Mr. CorthonTs Wagga Chambers, Fitzmaurice street. The North Wagga truckiugs arc : — 13th : 2000 fat wethers (J. Perrin's), iu charge of owner, to Brunker. Wolfe, and Badgery, Homcbush ; S00 fat wethers (H. Stuckey's), Rand and Tompson, Wagga agents ; 4000 fat wethers (York aud Walsh's) were trucked last night, Stowell iu charge. J. J. Parker, trucker. The truckings at Juucc have beeu as follow : — 13th ; 3000 fat ?wethers (York ami Walsh's), for Homebush, R. M'Keuzie in charge ; 1000 fat wethers, from Deep water to Harrison, Jones, and Devlin — Rand and Tompson, Wagga ageuts. J. J. Parker, trucker. Messrs. Wooldridge ami Wren, of Denili quin, report sale of 1120 wethers on account of L. M'Bean. Messrs. Gibsone, Braim, and Co., of Denili quiu, have sold 2000 breeding ewes on the Billaboug. Mr. J. C....
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE GANMAIN MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 15 January 1879
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE GANMA1N MURDER. The evidence taken on Saturday at the i inquest (fully reported ou the fourth pagft) j upon the remains of a man discovered in the ! river at Gaumain, leaves not the slightest j doubt but that auothcr horrible crime, ? similar to the Layard and Ford murders, has been committed. It appears that on Friday a man named Edward Robinson, who was travelling in search of employment, observed a body in the river, about 200 or 300 yards from Ganmain station. The body was much decomposed, having evidently been iu the water for teu days or a fortnight. The features were almost unrecognisable. It may be stated, as au aid to identification, that the nose is much sunken. The full description of the clothing found on the bod}* will be found in the evidence given by Senior-constable Kiug. The remains seemed to be those of a man about 45 or 50 years of ago. The skull was fractured above and below the right ear, and the waistcoat aud trousers pockets turned insi...