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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 24 May 1879

HASTINGS CUNINGKAM AND^ COMPANY (LIMITED), WOOL BROKERS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, AUSTRALASIAN WOOL STORES, Collins-street, West, MELBOURNE. ? WE beg to notify the Woolirrowers of the Murrum Mdgeo, Lachlan, and Darling districts that we are prepared to make liberal advances on the moat avourablc terms upon the Ensuing Clip of Wool, and also upon approved st'ition securities Having made extensive additions to our already emn inodious warehouses, bv which their storage capacity has been doubled, we arc enabled to offer facilities for conducting the trade unsurpassed by any firm in the colonies ; and as we strfctlv confine our business to that of SELM KG BROKERS ONLY ON COMMISSION, we have no interest, either directly or indirectly, in the purchase of anv produce, thereby affording to our constituents the surest guarantee that the extreme market value will at all times be secured for their con signments. All Wools, ic., coming forward, coastwise or by river, steamers arc insured under...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY, FRIDAY, 3 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 24 May 1879

Sydney, Friday, 3 p.m. In the Assembly yesternight, Mr. McElhone intercepted supply, and re sumed his abusive attacks upon the Premier. Attention was called to tlie presence of strangers in the House, and the galleries were again cleared. Mr. McElhona stated his intention of stopping business every night till he bad the matter out. The estimates for the Works Department were concluded, also for the Mines and Post-office De partments. Good progress was made with the Lands Department estimate. Under a motion of adjournment, at tention was called to the influx of convicts from New Caledonia. The Premier admitted that the subject was of the utmost gravity and importance. He thought strong steps should be taken immediately, and he had the matter under consideration, with tlie view of fully submitting the same to the Cabinet. A densely-thronged and enthusiastic meeting was held at the Masonic Hall last night, comprising influential citizens and members of both Houses of Parlia ment. A mem...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
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TELEGRAPHIC. CALCUTTA, MAY 19. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 24 May 1879

TELEGRAPHIC. Calcutta, Mav 19. It has just been officially announced that satisfactory bases for a treaty of peace with Yakoob Khan have been agreed to, aud the 'Viceregal Council is summoned to-day to consider the articles of the treaty. 'TlrtMnnT TWaxt 1O Very serious incendiary fires have occurred within the last few days at Poonah, about 120 miles distant from here. The motives for these outrages remain undiscovered so far. Reports have also been, received of several alarming cases of Dacoity rob bery (robbery by gangs) at various parts of this Presidency, of a nature to seriously occupy the attention of the public and the authorities. London,T;May 19. The Russian expedition to Merv has met with a severe repulse. The expe dition consisted of 18,000 men, and was recently reported to have crossed the Caspian, en route, direct, to Merv. The Turkomans attacked the Russians in great numbers, and routed them with much slaughter. Arrived. — Pizarro, ship, from Mel bourne February 1 ; E...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
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POST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. TIME TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 28 May 1879

POST OFMO^ WAtHJA WAGGA. TIME TABLE ' ; , f ' : OP THK ' abrival and despatch op mails. AEKITALS. ? (Sunday Sydney, via Hallway Stalin P.O. . . . . 10 a.m Melbourne, -via Albury and-Gennanton .. 2.80 p.m DeniUquln and Urana ? 4 P m Hay and Narandera ? 4 P-m Clarendon . » * * . » » » « ? ? ?? G-30 P-® Monday. Albury; and German ion ? 2.80 p.m Tuesday. Tarcutta .. ? 1 a-tn Kindra, Cowabee, Ariah, Broken Dam, Mimosa, The Rock, and Marrar .. 5 a.m Sydney, via Railway Station l'.O ? 10 a.m Melbourne, via AlUury, Germanton, and Cookardinia ? 2.30 p.m Dpniliqutn and Urana ? 4 p.m Wednesday. Sydney, via Railway Station F.0 ? 10 a.m Wallacetown and Brucedale ? 11 a.m Melbourne, yla Albury and Germantou . . 2.30 p.m Deniliquln and Urana ? 4 p.m Bay and Narandera ? 4 p.m Thursday. Tanmtta i . . ? ? 1 a.m Sydney, via Bail way Station P.O. . . . 10 a.m Melbourne, via AJbary, German ton, and Gookardlola ? 2.80 p.m Clarendon . . .. .. . . ?? . . 6.30 p.m Friday. Sydney, na Railway Station P.0 ? 10...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 28 May 1879

TAHjOE VBBOTHBBS' (COCOA.— Ikylor Brother*, 1 trislwQl establtihit u a tarourito LiAZDIES* JAOK3STS ! . ' i/tA i ! IN IthE : - - - - ' i Ci I I y; ; : NEWEST STYLES AND MATERIALS. 1 ; ? ? i «2T TO THE LADIES OF WAGGA ! ' ; t ; , I Our Sydney Correspondents 'advise as follows : - SPLENDID SHIPMENTS TO LAND And Soon Expected. WILL FORWARD YOU A CHOICE ASSORTMENT As Soon as Landed. Some of the Gems of the Season ! TO GEO. FORSYTH ?& CO., WAGOA. WA.OOA.. : iSydaey, 20th May, 1 8,79. : V I C T O K, I A H O U S E, ' 1 r V4CTORIA HOUSE I : ViOTORIA HOUSE I j LARGE! ARRIVALS^ LARGE ARRIVALS ! LARGE ARRIVALS ! Seasonable Goods ! Seasonable Goods I SEASONABLE. GOQDS ! F K E DERIO ROPE R Is in receipt of a Large Assortment of WIXTISR GOODS Z j Which have been carefully Selected and Bought very much under the usual, prices; ^ Inspection will prove that they are Extra Good Value. ? J FREDERIC KOPEK, VICTORIA HOUSE. W;ANTED, SAWN TIMBER, free; ?' from sap and heart, delivered on site of V...

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LAND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 28 May 1879

LAND NOTES. 1 NOTE.— The general information \oith regard to ^egerw, selections, -&c.,tcul be found in ISattcrday't W8 1«. ' COMING LAND SALES. YVoffga Wagga . . . . May 28 ; June A. Albury .. .. .. June 4. Corow* .. .. May 28; June 4. Gundagni .. .. ? May 28. Bay., .. .. .. May 28; June 4. Urana . .. .. May 28; June 4. Cootan.andra .. .. May 28. Denillquin .. . ... .. May 28; June 4.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
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(To the Editor of the W. W. Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 28 May 1879

(To tiie Editor of the JF, W, Express. ) . ? Sir,—. I think the. writer -of, thereport on the cricket match. Little Billabong v.. Wagga, which appeared in your paper of the 14th inst., was iriuchi mistakin on his estimate Of the players' performances. . The Wagga men fielded remarkably well. Gray and Gowlland each played a . good lbnings, bo 'did' E. and' A. Tompson. The bowling of Fitziiardinge was first-rate. i? ? 1) : 1 1 _ l ? ...l ? ? a ? :i. - j ? xui iuuiquuu^, mvuubo juny u uepunueu m almost as execrable as that of Waagn, Muntz and Parnell each played a first-class innings ; and Smith's 14, not out, in the seebndinnings were .got by gopd cricket, while Barnes and Mate' in the fitat iuhings, ahd Barnes and Manning in the second innings, bowled splendidly. ? There was. pot; a chance. missed in the field durlng the game. He also censures the Wagga cricketers for. playing wlien their team was weak, and up braids them for relying on a Goliath to pull them through. - Jji my ^pimph...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
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PASTORAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 28 May 1879

t:i liPAS^OML, NOTES, A tJj 1 SQ00: mixed weaners' (Mr. O. Seaborn'fi),1 bought from Mjr. :E. J. {Jilman, fof ; M ittagong, . crossed yesterday for Gundiliindyal North, i . , Fro in Armid ale we ' hear thbfr tbesqnatters ? and farni^ps, aljke complain --f top /nuchirain. , The sheep are getting foot-rot- ; and farmers cannot plon'^h: 1 ? ? ?*' account of Mr. Bofcertson. to Mponrp TTJIlon - TomkinSiPearee andKirwin. f:. If ; The Diibbo^aistrict stbek' iterfie are 260 fat cattle {Cobb aud Co. 'a) from i ClaS-erton^ Upper Warrego, are near here, going on to merawa, are also near ^ere,- 'gbih^' ion -to ' Sydney ; 3000. ewes (Veech's) have passed downjthe Meiri Merri, bound for .owners' The following stock passed'jdtrtmig ithe 1 : ®00 sheep (Joseph' Collit^^from j io Flagstone'Dreek ; lOOO^heep ^Geoi^ge : Elliott^), . from WoDgajong, for Forbes market ; 2100 sheep (John M'Namani's), Bogan. — Forbes Times.

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LAND SELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 28 May 1879

LAND SELECTIONS. The following are the conditional purchases made at the various Land Offices named, on Thursday last Aiburt. r J. ft H. Mitche!J.40a, Indt. John Tierce 80a, Greg Greg. W. Bmiyau 40a, Pullltop. COOTAilDNDRA. John Hull 50a, Yeo Yeo. William Joaeph Lawler 40a, Cullinga; ;.' ? ? '?**' ' ? DJtKlftQfol*. ' - ' Thomas Rutherford Brown 640a, county Town Bend, parish Yalgodoon. , ' ? ? » ' Gukoaoai. ? Patrick Sullivan 100a, Bongongolong*. :? Otiarlep Pernr 40a, '#o?ey Money. ? j; George Woodhridge 40a, Tarrabandra, Barcroft Woletennolme 120a, North Gundi^ai. John Jenkins 320a, Kimo. ' ' Travers Jones 40a, Money Money. f . . „ , . | ( ! Joukq! ? )? ' ; ^ ! James Sihraa 100a, Demondrille. William Marshall Harris .100a,. Demondrillo, , Edward Byfen' 40a, parish MoppltyJ William Scales 40a, parish Moppitv. ... William 0uiiDe:4Oa» parish ^Inzrimboo]^:: . Thomas Mayor, seu., 40^, parish jMoppity. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 28 May 1879

Special Advertisements. HASTINGS CUNINGHAM AND COMPANY (LIMITED), WOOL BROKERS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, AUSTRALASIAN WOOL STORES, Collins-street, West, MELBOURNE. TXTE beg to notify the Woolgrowers of the Murrum VV bidgee, Lachlan, and Darling districts that we are prepared to make liberal advances on the most avourable terms upon the Ensuing Clip of Wool, and also upon approved station securities Having made extensive additions to our already com modious warehouses, by which their storage capacity has beon doubled, we are enabled to offer facilities for conducting the trade -unsurpassed bj* any firm in the colonies; and as we strictly confine' our business to thatof SELLING BROKERS ONLY ON COMMISSION, we have no interest, either directly or indirectly, in the purchase of any produce, thereby affording to our constituents the surest guarantee that the extreme market value will at all times be secured for their con signments. All Wools, Ac., coming forward, coastwise or by river, s...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 28 May 1879

LOOAI. INTELLIGENCE. I A hatch was played oil the racecourse onj Saturday, between .elevens* of^the ^srrio- - politan and Oaxton Clubs. ' To warns tttfe close of the afternoon the rain commenced to fall heavily, and the game could not be played out, the Caxtona haying the b$at . the first innings by 27 runs. Wo append the Bcore : — Cosmopolitan C.C.— First Ihktxgs. ' 1 W. Higffins, c Tophnm, b Birch . . . . 13 JL Tompson, c Hobson, b Jepaon 2 C. Fitzhardinge, c Topliam, b Jepson . . 8 D. Moran, Ibw, b Jepsoo ? 1 Hook, b Coombes* .- ? 2 Oale, h Jepson ? 0 H. Mair, not out ? 15 C. Moxham, b Tathnm ? ,10 Hopfe, b Hobson ? 6 J.Ryan, b Hobson ? 4 T. Cox, b Hobson ? 0 Suudries ? . . 8 Total ? 60 Second Innings. H. Malr, lbw, b Coombes ? 10 Fitzhardinge, b Hobson ? 0 TompBon, c RciUy, b Hobsou . . . . 16 Hiffgine, b Coomb as.. ? 21 Moran, c Reilly, b Jepson ? 25 Hook, c and b Jepson ? 15 Gale, not out.. ? 3 Sundries ? 6 Total, for C wickets .. ..101 Bowling Analysis.— First Innings. Balls....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 28 May 1879

Udolpho Wolfe's Schiedam Aro matic Schnapps acts directly upon the urinary organs, removing all renal ' im pedioienta.' It permeates the bladder, and eradicates inflammation. It courses, with a gently stimulating glow, through the alimentary canal, and by rapidly assimilating the food we take into the system, -acts as a safeguard against hidigestiori and dyspepsia. It dis tributes the gastric juices where they should be most operative, and by toning the tissues fits the body for the proper performance of its functions. — Adv. The Finest Cordial in the World. — When all the clap-trap tonic nostrums of modern quackery have gone to the limbo of things despised, the famous ' Dew of the Alps,' that for five hundred years has held the rank of a standard restorative in Switzerland, will be accepted in every civilised country as an article which human skill cannot improve either in flavour or in those .special medicinal qualities for which it received the first premium at the Paris Expositi...

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MAIL STEAMERS [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 28 May 1879

MAIL STEAMERS Via Scjez Via San Francisco, i.v.ave Melbourne, June 21 | Sydney, May 23.

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POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MAY 26. (Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. L. A. Fosbery, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 28 May 1879

POLICE COURT. Monday, May 26. (Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. L. A, Fosberv. J.P. - Embezzlement. — James Donaldson was brought up on a warrant charging him with embezzling £11 9s. Gd., from Messrs. Wright, Hinton, and Barber. The evidence of the apprehending constable was taken, and the hearing of the charge adjourned to the 29th instant. Tcesdav, May 27. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Larceny. — Jane Moore was charged With stealing a shirt, the property of Mr. P. Thompson, of the Royal George Hotel. The prisoner was arrested by Constable Rowe, and on beiug charged with the theft, stated that the shirt in quession, which she had sold to a person named Reid, was her husband's. The prisoner was about Mr. Thompson's on Saturday when the property was missed, and on hearing of the sale to Reid, Mrs. Thompson identified the shirt as the one stolen. Pri soner was remanded to the 2Sth instant. Assault.- -Lucy v. Stein— Adjourned to the 24th June. Lord v. Pleines — No ap pearance. In...

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ARTEMUS WARD'S LAST JOKE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 28 May 1879

ARTEMUS WAED'S LAST JOKE. Admiral de Rohan, a brother of tbe late Admiral Dalilgren, who has had a distinguished career in tbe service of many nations, told me this curious story the other night : — ' I was at Bradford's hotel, South ampton, England, one night in 1866, when the landlady came to me and said, 'Admiral, there is an American upstairs very sick, and I am afraid he is going to die. Can't you go and see him ? ' ' Madam,' I replied, ' here is my supper all hot, and a friend to take it with me j I can't see all tlie Ameri cans who want to come to Southampton to die. Who is he ! ' ' Oh, sir,' she said, 'he is a writer — Mr. Brown; he is Hartemus Ward, the comic writer.' ' I bad never known Ward, but I went upstairs, and there I found Dr. Hingston, Ward's business agent Sit ting iu the ? room by a window, and reading a book absently, as if he had no idea of an impending death, was a young man about sixteen years old. ' That person,' said Hingston to me, ' is a great favourite ...

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STATE OF THE RIVER. MAY 27, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 28 May 1879

STATE OF THE RIVER, May 27, 1879. ft. in. Gundagai ? No Report. Wagga Wagea ? 4 9 Falling. WAGGA WAGGA EXPRESS. WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1879.

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CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of the W. W. Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 28 May 1879

CORRESPONDENCE. ( Td the Editor of Ifii IF. IT. Express. ) If Sir, — As one interested in the welfare of the s colony of New South Wales, I would wish ?j to draw your attention to a letter which - appeared in the columns:of the Argus under' ? date of the 20th instant, purporting to have. been written by a Victorian now resident in Southern Riverina, and a leader in the same paper of the following date, drawing -the attention of Victorian capitalists to the dis ? gust and dissatisfaction created in tbe minds. ? of the residents of the writer's districts by , ? the dilatoriness, indifference, and careless-: W ness shown by the New South Wales Govern-, jj meat in attending to the requirements of f that important province. j Victoria's capitalists and her business men — ever to be found in the van of commercial enterprise — are now thoroughly alive to the fact how important tbe development of the resources of this district has become, and how essential these resources are for her presen...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 28 May 1879

RAILWAY TIME TABLE. Leave North Wagga. | Arrive North Wagga. Mixed Train - 1.30 a. in. I Mixed Train - 5.30 a.m. Mixed „ - 7.25 a.m. Mail ,, - 9.10 a.m. Goods || -2 p.m. 1 Mixed „ - 0.20 p.m. Mail „ - 5.40 p.m. | Occas'nal Goods 11 p.m.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 28 May 1879

The proverbial dullness of the average up country towns forms the excuse for many methods of enlivening tbe monotony. Mogc.ins tones matters down with an additional whiskey overnight, and — doubt- less rightly — thinks that he is as much justified in that source as Mrs. Hoggins is in setting off the sombre sameness of her grey costume with a scarlet feather in her hat, or a relieving splash of pronounced colour upon some other portion of her raiment. Until the lapse of time red dens Moggins' nose, or fades Mrs. M.'s feather, each is satisfied with results. It would probably be well if all people contented themselves with such simple ways of making monotony endur able. Unfortunately however they have got up a more thriving, if equally transient, sentiment, and this is obtained by talking scandal, or the greater villany of anonymous letter-writing. It is the fashion to credit the superior sex with all sins of this character, but however great adepts they may be in such arts, men frequ...

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HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 28 May 1879

HERE AND THERE. NuUius flddtcfv- jn rare in verba magistri, Quo me cunqw rapit tcmpeetas, dtferor hoepef. Horace. Epis. Slave to no sect, wlio takes lio private road, But looks through nature up to nature's God, PorE~-Easoy on Han. JIT was not, as may be supposed by depraved persons, due to the potency of the morning 'blended' milk. But, nevertheless, two estimable residents made a rather unfortun ate mistake in horseflesh the other day. Upon completing their first stage out of Wagga they were supplied at the: station with a pair of fresh horses— the. manager's particular pair, which be regarded'witb much affection, yet generously placed at their disposal. When they had completed ? their secoud day's journey, they met two other travellers, a'so driving a pair, and the horses were placed in the same stable. The following morniug, when the two parties were about to start in different directions, some doubts Were expressed as to tbe correct apportionment Of the two teams, but it was ev...

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