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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 17 May 1879

BIRTH. Welman. — On the 13th inst, the wife of Alfred Welman of a son. DEATH. Biiowe. — On the 14th inst., at their resi dence, Fitzmaurice - street, Wagga, the youngest son of William and Letitia Browe, aged 13 months. WAGGA WAGGA EXPRESS. SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1879.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY. Friday, 12.44 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 17 May 1879

SYDNEY. Friday, 12.44 p.m. ihe Assembly occupied the whole of last night discussing clause 12 of the Land Bill, which was ultimately passed without auy material alteration. The House adjourned at 2 o'clock this morning. In reply to a question, the Premier 6tated that the amount expended ou the Exhibition Building up to the present time was £S5,000. The estimated cost of the completion would not exceed £36,000. The Supreme Court case, Garrett v. M 'Elhone, for alleged libel uttered by Mr. M'Elhone in his seat in the House, in a speech against the Lands Office, has been abandoned, the latter having made an apology. In the Assembly last night, it was stated that the contract for a duplication of Singa pore and the Port Darwin cable was signed iu London on the 5th inst. , and that the re duction of charges will take effect from that date. A tempestuous storm raged throughout last night, accompanied with a terrific down pour of rain. Several parts of the city are flooded. No serious dama...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
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TELEGRAPHIC LONDON. May 10. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 17 May 1879

TELEGRAPHIC. LONDON. May 10. Latest news from the Cape shows that the recent defeats of the Zulus have disorganised Cetawayo's troops ; and it is cxpected no further resistance will be offered to the Bri tish. Two chiefs, relatives of the Zulu King, have surrendered with their warriors. The wool sales closed firm thii evening. Manufacturers buying liberally. *.? Messrs. Money Wigrain and Co.'s steam ship Durham arrived at Aden from Australia to-day. homeward bound, through the Canal. May 12. Messrs. Money Wigram and Co.'s steam ship Kent sailed for Australia to-day. The mails via San Francisco, which left Sydney on March 27, were delivered to day. May 13. In the House of Commons, the Secretary of State for the Colonies (Sir Michael Hicks Beach) made a statement concerning the conduct of the Boers iu the Transvaal, and their threatening attitude towards the Bri tish. He at the same time added that the Government had received information that the Boers' camp was broken up on April 18,...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 21 May 1879

WANTED, a Ladnbress. Apply, Mrs. O'Rodrke, Australian Hotel. mo WANTED, a'BBlCK-MorLtiEn. Apply, , CuAW.es Bead, Narandera, , ..:,inm '1X7' ANTED, good Bread Baker, com . i peten^t to make superiori Small Goods.' Mrs. JoHNmoNE,Fifcamjmrioe-ptreek Wagga.; Bedroom to Let. ? mo I — - — — 1 — ,'i r — — — r i WANTED, SAWN TIMBER, free : ' from sap ieart, delivered yon apte of 'Viaduct, on either side of ' River : — 13ft' x 9in. x' 6in. ; 12ft. 6in. x 7in. x 8in. or 9in. x 3in. A. axd R. Amos, North Wagga Railway Camp. ml NOTICE. Not wishing to do the Assistants of this town out of a Holiday, my Shop will be Closed on Saturday Next, ,the Queen's Birthday, instead of on Monday, the 26th, as previously advertised. For the future, any holiday falling on Saturday (Christmas Day excepted) will be kept by me either the previous day, or on the Monday following. CHARLES CORTHORN, ON 'THE HILL.' T'OTS OF NEW DRAPERY ! OPENED THIS MORNING ! LOTS OF NEW BOOTS ! OPENED THIS MORNING ! AT CHARLES CORTH...

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PASTORAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 21 May 1879

PASTORAL NOTES. Upper Wyaloug No. 3, containing 40,000 acres (unstocked), will be offered for sale by Messrs. Maiden, Hill, aud Clark, on the 4th June. Mr. J. S. Brown, of Dubbo, reports having sold a lot of store cattle, on account of Mr. E. Byrnes, to Messrs. R. and F. Smith, of Cumbooglecumtiong ; also a nice lot of fat cattle, on account of Mr. \V. B. Perry, of Buggaboo Point, to Mr. W. H. Tuck, of Dubbo. Messrs. Wilson and Cotton, of Forbes, re ports the following sale On account of Mr. R. H. Davis, Brolgan Plains, 7000 full mouthed ewes, iu lamb, to Mr. A. G. Jones, Bogo Bogolong ; delivery on or before the 31st inst. Messrs. Maiden, Hill, and Clark report having sold at auction ou Wednesday last, at the Exchange, on account of the executors of the late W. O. Wiudeyer, the Moquilamba South, No. 1 station, near Cobar, with 130 head cattle and all improvements consisting of dams, tanks, and fencing for the sum of £2000 cash — Mr. W. K. Smith, purchaser. We ( Gttndagai Times) hea...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 21 May 1879

Evidently Impartial Criticism. — We I have received the following, wheuce, or from whom, we know not. We publish it in its entirety, with the hope that our joking corrrespondcnt may disclose his identity. Otherwise, we may lose an evidently staunch supporter May 15th, ]87S. To the Editor of the Wnga Ex))r?*t Dear Sir, — Pleas aih'i-rtis this— V^ur advertisement of 3 4 is a very poltery rejwrt of the Bishop visiting' us, find if you cannot Report it in full, 1 will. Subscribkh. If not altered, I will withdraw. The Snowball Assault Case. — Tiie sentence of death recorded agaiint William Hotter!, for assaulting with iuteut to kill, one Emile lies, at Snowball, near Tumut, has been commuted to 10 years hard labour 011 the roads. Insolvency. — The first meeting in the in solvent estate of Warmoll and Blarney will be held in King-street, Sydney, on Friday, 30th May, and the second at the Court-house, Wagga, ou June the 10th. Accident. — A painful accident occurred on Monday morning last a...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 21 May 1879

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. CRICKET. Ok Saturday last a match was played on the ground below the bridge, between eleven of the Lake Albert and Caxton Clubs, resulting in a victory by three runs for the former. For the winners, Stevens (18), Power (1G), and Baker (10), got into double figures in the first innings, hut in the second innings Angel's 8 was the hiehest. The two Han nans and Stevens were tho successful bowlers on the same side. For the Caxtons in the first innings Tatliam secured 10, and in the second Hobson (not out) 23, Tatham and Drake, 12 each. The bowlers for the C.ix tons were Jepson, Coombes, and Tatham. Score : — Caxton C.C.— First Ikxikos. Tatham, run out ? 10 Mackay, c and b R. Hnnnan . . . . 2 F. Topliani, 1) R. Hannan ? 1 Sullivan, c Power, b R. Hannan . . . . S Coombes, b K. Hannan . . . . . . 0 Broadfoot, b R. Hannan ? 0 Hobsiin, b Holder ? 7 Tozcr, b J. Hannan ? 0 Drake, b R. Hannan ? 0 Jepsnn, not out ? 7 Worthy, c Power, b Holder ? 2 Sundries .. .. ? ? 3 Total ? ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
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LAND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 21 May 1879

LAND NOTES. XOTK.—The general information with regard to rewrites, selections, if'c., will be found in Saturday's issue. COMING LAND SALES. Waarga VfngKa .. .. May 23; Juno 4. Albury ? May 21 ; June 4. Corowa ? May 21, 28; June4. Gundagili ? May 2S. Hay ? May 21, 28 ; June 4. (Jrana ? May 21, 28 ; June 4. Gootan.undra .. .. May 28. Deniliquin ? Mny 28 ; June 4. Land Officrs. — The following sciections were taken up at the undermentioned ylaccs on Thursday lost Gundaoai : P. T. Le I'atourcl 120a, Burra ; D. M'Leod 100a, Money Money ; J. IJ. Worlon 40a, Nan^us or Kimo ; A. iirnnko 3r-a, Tarrnlinndra : & Brooke 40a, Tarrabandni ; 11. F. Horsley 200;i, Mundar.o; J. Beaver 120a, Mundnrlu ; J. Dnnujjhue 40a, Cooney : W. M. Harris 40a, Cooney ; P. Geary, 50a Bangus; C. Perry 200a, Money Money ; J. Perry 50a, Money Money ; A. Sinclair 40a, Mitta Mitta. Cootami'Xdiia ; E. J. Por sytli40a, Jindalee; T. Mallon 600a, Cooney ; M. Whalen 40a, Yeo Vi u. T i'.mit ; J. M'Gillick 130a, Dougla...

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WALGETT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 21 May 1879

WALGETT. (From our Correspondent.} TniNGS, pastoral, admit of very little criti cism. Squatters will not send stock away, and thus there are no movements to report ill this line. Grass and back water is abun dant. The Barwon fell considerably for a week or so ; but, as it has been raining these past three days here, a fresh rise may be anticipated. The roads are very had, and both lines of mail coaches arc out of gear through the mud, Mr. Waugb, of Dungaleer, came into town to-night to book through to Sydney, but both Lowland's and Cobb's agencies declined the responsibility, as the coaches cannot travel. The Sessions are over. There were five cases, and two convictions for horse-stealing out of them. It was a complete ' fluke' that theJudije and party were not delayed by the river and rain ; lie just escaped. At a dinner given to him here, he said he thought ' Hard labour on the roads had been abolised until he commenccd this circuit duty' ; and there is no doubt his Honour has fou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 21 May 1879

It is a trite and musty proverb, but a sound one, that ' good wine needs no bush,' so 'excellence is its own reward.' The immense sales that have been made, and the enormous quantities that have been used, prove that Udolpho Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps needs no laudatory tributes. In all cases of kidney affections, inflammation of tlie bladder, dyspepsia, indigestion, heart-burn, flatulency, gravel and gout, it is simply a miraculous cure. — Adv. The Switzer's Solace. — Most of our readers have, no doubt, heard of the 'Dew of the Alps,' the famous Swiss cordial, whicli for over four hundred years lias been the standard national tonic of tlie Helvetian Con federacy. It is not a ' Catholicon,' a ' Panacea,' or an infallible remedy for every ill that flesh is heir to; but it is indubitably a specific for debility, and antidote to tbe effects of miasma, a sine protection against the devitalizing influence of heat and exposure, a cure for hypochondria, and an admirable assimilant....

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MAIL STEAMERS [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 21 May 1879

MAIL STEAMERS Via Suez Via San Francisco LEAVE Melbourne, June 12 | Sydney, May 23.

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POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MAY 19. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 21 May 1879

POLICE COURT. Monday, May 19. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Dbuneenness. — One case of drunkenness was dealt with by caution and discharge. Indecent Exposure. — James M'Kay, charged with wilful exposure, was finrd £3, with the alternative of one month in gaol. Lahceny. — Win. Thompson was charged with stealing a pair of hoots, the property of John Kelso Patten. On the 5th April Mr. Patten missed two pair of hoots from the front of his shop. On that day the prisoner went into the bar of the Squatters' Hotel, having with him the two pair of boots, which were afterwards identified by Mr. Patten, and stated that he had jnst bought them for his wife. He left them with the Iwrman, who refused to give them back, as he sus pected they were stolen, and they were handed to the police. The prisoner again demanded the boots on Saturday last, aud was then handed over to the police. Prisoner, on conviction, elected to be dealt with sum marily, and was sent to Goulburn gaol for three months. Jam...

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THE DUKE OF ELMHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 21 May 1879

THE DUKE OF ELMHURST. The following description of another bull purchased in England by Mr. Wld. M'Culloch1, and which that gentleman is bringing with liim, together with his remaining draft of Dure stud stock in the Kent, will be found highly eulo gistic, but that it is not beyond what the „_intrinsic .. merits, of .the animal deserves is guaranteed by the thorough reliability of the source from whicli we make the extract, viz., the Live Stock Journal (London). The date is 14th March: — ' The Queen of the herd at Elmhurst Hall is 20th Duchess of Airdrie, by 10th Duke of Thomdale, 28,458, the beautiful roan which, together with her own brother, 25th Duke of Airdrie, 36,460, one of the most magnificent sires of the day, were bred iu Ken tucky by Mr. A. J. Alexander, and after being purchased at an exceedingly heavy sum by Mr. George Fox, iu 1875, were brought to England to be highly appreciated and generally admired, they being of the purest strain of tbe Airdrie Duchess branch, as w...

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STATE OF THE RIVER. MAY 20, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 21 May 1879

STATE OF THE 1UVKU. Mav 20, 1879. ft. in. Gundagai ? No Eeport. Wagga Wagga ? 6 6 Falling. WAGGA WAGGA EXPRESS. WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1S79.

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COOTAMUNDRA RACES. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 21 May 1879

Cootamundra Races. Tuesdav. Maiden Plate— The Spy, 1 j The Prophet and General dead heat for second place. Autumn Handicap — Johnny' Crapaud, 1 ; Miss Angler, 2 ; Will o' the Wisp, 3. Hurdle Bace — Wait-a-While, 1 ; Londoner, 2 ; Happy Jack, 3. Flying Stakes — Daniel O'Rourke, 1 ; Arrogant, 2 ; Darbalara, 3. Hack Race Queen's Head, 1 ; Miss Magus, 2. Forced Handicap — Miss Angler, 1 ; Priuce, 2 ; Will o' the Wisp, 3. There was very good racing, aud all passed off well and without accident.

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 21 May 1879

RAILWAY TIME TABLE. I Leave North Wagga. J Arrive Korth Wagga. Mixed Train - 1.30 a.m. j Mixed Train - 5.30 a.m. Mixed „ - 7.25 a.m. Mail „ - 0.10 a.ni. Goods „ - 2 p.m. Mixed ,, - 9.20 p.m. Mail „ - 5.40 p.m. | Occas'nal Goods 11 p.m. \ ? ? v. r - u r r ? .' : , , .

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 21 May 1879

Trebly bleseed, indeed, must be the man who first conceived the happy idea of motions of adjournment. In the blissful recreative intervals which such motions give, there is an opportunity for flinging mnd which cannot but prove grateful to the average member of i larliament. And truth compels this addition — not only do honourable members find plenty of mud to throw, but set themselves about the work with fin enviable abandon. If our moral old friend, Diana of Ephesus, were to visit the Assembly during one of these pleasant recriminatory half-hours, her whole pack of dogs would hardly prevent pointed allusions to that little aftuir with E.vdyjuio.w But if there were any delicacy in the matter, it would cer tainly be in deference to the hounds, and not to the lady's reputation. While honourable members are engaged in this sort of fun, no charactcr is too high for- them to assail, and — what appears, from their knowledge of the subject, to be ranch. more common amongst them — no deed ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 21 May 1879

Tea drinkers should remfember that the ' Colonial markets are but indifferently sup plied with high-class teas. Common Congous —harsh and raspy in flavour — are the quali ties usually vended. What is wanted is a delicate flavoury tea, agreeable to the palate, and pure in quality. It is to supply this want that the Oriental Tea Company have established extensive premises for the pur pose of blendingthe best teas obtained from all parts of the Bast, and the success attained has been recognised not only in Australia but in that emporium of taste— Paris. No one who really cares to taste a good cup of tea will Jail asking for the 'Uoyal,' 'Chal- lenge, ' 'Standard,' and 'Universal' mix tures of tho Oriental Tea Company. —Adv.

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DEPARTURES. Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 21 May 1879

DEPARTURES. Sunday Melbourne, via. Germanton, ,Albury, and Cookardinia ? 10.30 a.m Hay, via Deniliquin aud Urana .. 1.16 p.m Sydney, via Railway Station P.0 ? 4.45 p.m -Monday. Melbourne, via Germanton and Albury . . 10.30 a.m Sydney, via Railway Station P.0 ? 4.45 p.m : Tuesday. Melbourne, via Germanton and Albuiy .. 10.30 a.m Hay and Narandera . . . . . . . . 11 a.tn Tarcutta ? 11.30 p.m Peniliquin and Urana ? 1.15 p.m Sydney, via Railway Station P.0 ? 4.45 p.m Wednesday. Melbourne, via Germauton, Albury, and Cookardinia ? 10.30 a.m ! Clarendon.. . : ? 11 a.m 1 Wallacetown and Brucedalc ? Noon ? Sydney, via Railway Station P.0 ? 4.45 p.m J Kindra, Cowabee, Mimosa, Marrar, Broken Dam, The Rock, and Ariah . . . . 5 p.m j Thursday. Melbourne, via Germanton and Albury .. 10.30 a.m j Narandera ? 11 a.m i Hay, via Deniliquin and Urana .. . . 1.15 p.m | Sydney, via Railway Station P.O. .... . . 4.45 p.m Tarcutta ? ? .. 11.30 p.m j Friday. Melbourne, via Germanton, Albury, and Cookardinia...

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TELEGRAPHIC LONDON. May 13. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 21 May 1879

TELEGBAPHIO. LONDON. May 13. Arrived. — Loch Tay, ship, from Melbourne February 10 ; Jessie Headman, ship, from Bluff Harbour February 12. May 16. Under the new contract entered iuto by the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Naviga tion Company with the Government of Victoria, for a fortnightly wail service via Suez, the steamers are to proceed to Sydney. The diplomatic correspondence which passed between the British and Russian Governments on the subject of the evacua tion of Turkish territory and execution of the Berlin Treaty was published to-day. It shows that the two Powers have come to a thorough understanding relative to the strict execution of the treaty, and also in regard to the administrative autonomy of Eastern Bouinelia.

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