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THE INTERCOLONIAL BOAT RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 4 June 1879

THE iKTERCOLONIAL BOAT RAGE. The crews were iu their boats by a quarter past 4, tbe Victorians rowing over to tbe starting point from Ryde, and the Sydney men from Mr. Walker's place, known as Rhodes. Both crows looked very fit, aud when passing the steamers were heartily cheered. The wind was very puffy from the S.S. \V., the tide was nearly slack water (it was high -water at Fort Denison at 3 hours 48 minutes) and the weather showery. The gigs were started from two water man's skiffs moored out in the stream. Mr. M'Cutcheon was not very happy in his disposition of the moored boats, the southern one being lengths before the northern. After a false start, caused by die Melbourne men breaking away before the flag was dropped, the gigs again were brought into position. When lying ready for the word to 'go,' tlie uneveuness of the start was veiy appa rent ; the Melbourne men, who had the southern position well under the lee nf T?lir\rlr»c /f.lia nf Hfl* Walker), having an advantage of ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 4 June 1879

He is as much a benefactor of tlie race, who seeks, by persistent energy and patient toil, to conceive a means of allaying suffering, as he, who !-y Lis charities, wins the name of philan thropist. The discoverer of Udolplio Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps is yo-ir true Samaritan, for he strength ens the weak, stimulates the sluggish, quickens the apathetic, and to the effete system gives new tone and vitality. — Adv. Dew of the Alps. — Tlie tonic and vitalizing properties of this agreeable vegetable specific have been fully tested in all various climates of Australasia, and the universal opinion of our people seems to be that it is the finest tonic, the most reliable restorative, aud the surest preventive of all epidemic and endemic diseases tliat has ever reached us. To Messrs. M. Moss and Co. we are indebted for the first acquaintance with this appetizing cordial, with which they are now supplying the market regularly, though scarcely 111 sufficient quantities to meet the urge...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 4 June 1879

LAND NOTES. KOTE.—The general information with regard to rcKcrwn, ftclectio)u-) «f c., wiU be found in Saturday1# i#$uc. COMING LAND SAL1CS. Wajrsa Wajjfja . . . . June 4, 18, 25. Albury ? June 4. Corowa ? Juno4. Hay ? June 4, 18, 25. ITrnna ? June 4, 25. DonHiquin ? June 4. Youn# ? June 18. LAND SELECTIONS. The following- are tlie conditional purchases made at the various Land Offices nnnicl, on Thursday lust:— CoOTAMUKDaA. Robert Muy, 040.1, Stockinhingal. Dkniliqimk. IGOa, county Townscnd, parish Currabun^anunn-. AliBURY. W. Hunyan, 40a, Pnllitop. P. Brislan, 140a, Buufcnrijfnjrn. Cohowa. Ji. A . Moor, 40a, Gray. Chttrles lioxcr, 60a, Bull Plain. Yoi'no. Patrick llackctt, 500a, Thudduufiro. Ol'NDAQAI. Thomas Broughton, 100a, North Gundocrai. Francis Lloyd, jtm , 40a, I3undnr!-o. Land Salk.— On Wcilncsdnj*, at the Cootamundrn Land Office, lots A, II; nnd E, parishes Yeo* Yeo r.nd Mnlocjii, enunt.y lilnnd, on the Stockfubinpal nnd Geralilrn runs, were purchased at the upset price (...

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HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 4 June 1879

HERB AND THERE. KnUivs addictxi-* jurare in vci-ba magiutri, Quo me cunquc rapit t-cinpcataa, dcfcrnr lumjtcn. Horack. Epis. Slave to no sect, who takes 110 private road, But looks through nature up to nature's God. Popr— Essay on Man. He was not devoted to horticulture himself, but his wife was passionately fond of the pursuit, had Loudon at her fingers' ends, and was ail authority unnn nvprv v.in'pf.v nf nptnl and calyx. So it was only natural that when he was on a visit to a neighbouring station where the quality of the whiskey is equal to the beauty of the ffower-beds, he should look out for some floral variety, with which to delight the lady on his return. The time of year being unfavourable to any judgment of a plant's merits by its blossom, lie was, of course, obliged to trust cliieHy to chance ; but he thought lie could hardly go wrong with bulbs. So lie selected a few showing the most promising sprouts, and, carefully wrapping them in paper, deposited them in a corner of hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 4 June 1879

WANTED, General Servant. Apply, Mits. Stuabt, The Manse, Wagga Wagga. lna WANTED, a good General Servant. Apply to Mrs. C. Haudv, Dorset Cottage. ? mr WANTED, a good Gf.nf.ral Servant, or Housemaid ajid Laundress, for the country. Apply to Mks. Wren, Gurwood street. jug WANTED, SAWN TIMBER, free ' from sap and heart, delivered on site of Viaduct, on either side of Biver : — 13ft. x 9in. x Gin. ; 12ft. Gin. x 7in. x Sin. or 9m. x 3in. A. and B. Amos, North Wagga Railway Camp. inT rpo APPELLANTS AGAINST RATES. I Those PERSONS who have LODGED A 1' P E A L S against the Valuations and Assessment of their Properties, are invited to ATTEND a SPECIAL MEETING of the Borough Council at 3 o'clock p.m. of MONDAY NEXT, the 9th instant, to . endeavour to arrange their objections with out referring to the Appeal Court of Wed nesday, lltli. FRED. A. TOMPSON, Council Clfirk. Council Chamber, Wagga Wagga, 1 June 3, 1879. ins Masonic ha l l, Wagga Wagga. MR. VA.L VOSB The World's Greatest VENTRILOQUI...

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PASTORAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 4 June 1879

PASTORAL NOTES. SOOff'weaners and wethers, the property of Mr. Hope, of the Lachlan, lately purchased from Mr. It. 0. Webb, of Wonmarnainn, crossed the bridge yesterday (Tuesday) morn ini;. Mr. R. G. Goodissou (P., R., and Co.), agent. ISO fat bullocks, the property of Mr. E. H. Moulder, of the Lachlan, crossed at Hay on I 29th May, travelling to Melbourne. Messrs. P., K., and Co., agents. Messrs. Pitt, Son, and Badgery, report having sold at the Homehush Yards 75 bul locks (Cooper Bros.') at £5 0s. S'l., 80 do. (A. A. Co. 's) at £4 10s. 3d., 98 do. (Woods and Wild's) at SA 5a. Id., 97 cows (do.) at UH., lii .IIU1UU1J (i ciguouue; ut 13s. Gd., 191 mixed, Jrd cows (D. Capel's) at £3 10s Gd., 232 bullocks (BucknellBros.') at 13 ; also, 400 wethers, from Goulburn, at from 10s. to 10s. 4d., 300 do. at 8s. 9d., and 300 do. ut 7s. lOd. Messrs. N. A. Bead and Co., of Forbes, report the following sales 1000 breeding ewes, on account of Mr. J. H. Glasson, to Mr. C. Walkdcn at a satisfactory ...

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MAIL STEAMERS [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 4 June 1879

MAIL STEAMERS Via Suez Via San Fbanoisco. LF.AVli Melbourne, June 11 | Sydney, June 19.

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WAGGA DISTRICT HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 4 June 1879

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WAGGA DISTRICT HOSPITAL. The usual monthly meeting of the Hospital Committee was held on Monday evening, j Present : Mr. H. B. Fitzliardinge (iu the chair), Dr. Wren, Messrs. Coplaud, Nixon, Cruickshank, Cassia, Phillips, Minchin, Morau, Croaker, Campbell, and Baker. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed, with the minutes of the Sub committee for the month. In the question of the erection of a bath room, neia over ior uirmer lniorniation as to cost, aud as to the medical officers notion of the requirements, a discussion ensued, during which Mr. Coplaud stated the funds would not admit of a large expenditure. Dr. Wren entered into a detailed explana tion of the work he deemed necessary. He considered a new bath absolutely necessary, but would not offer an opinion as to tiie necessity for the proposed raising of the roof of the present bath-room. Tbe fore part would form an important item in the expense, and he considered it desirable that the...

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STATE OF THE RIVER. JUNE 3, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 4 June 1879

STATE OF Till? IUVEI!. Junk 3, IS79. ft. in. Guudagai ? 9 0 Falling. Wagg.i Wii^ya ? 16 0 Rising. WAGGA WAGGA EXPRESS. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1S79.

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TUESDAY, JUNE 3. (Before Messrs. Callaghan and Mair, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 4 June 1879

Tuesday, June 3. (Before Messrs. Callaghan aud Mair, J's.P.) Larceny. — Robert Jo'hiison, alias Hayes, was charged with stealing three pillows from Mr. Edward Spring, of the Sportsman's Arms, and a pair of blankets and frying-pan. The property iu questiou was discovered in a hut occupied by the prisoner, and was identified by the owner. The prisoner pro duced a witness named Hudson, who swore that the things were brought to the hut by someone, not the prisoner ; and the prisoner himself said that the things were brought by a man named Samuel Rutherford, who, it appeared from the eviccnce for the prosecu tion, had been staying at both the houses from which the property was abstracted. The Bench dismissed the charge against the prisoner, and directed a warrant to issue for Rutherford, who it was said had cleared out for Melbourne. Breach of Byk-laws. — Inspector of Nuisances v. MeNickle ; driving a waggon over the bridge out of walking pace. Con victed, and fined 5s., with costs of Co...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 4 June 1879

Is the embryo Ch.-iniber of Commerce girding up its loins for conflict with local grievances '! It is some time since the initiatory circular was distributed, and the inaugural meeting held, but the only reason that we now hear nothing of it can be that it is concentrating its j oJIonno fo,. o J un rui|rcuiiuu.i effort that will at once startle anil deliglit us. It can hardly be, aftpr the rather ambitious programme promulgator! h v its sponsors, that it is suffering from inanition. Tlie extension of the sphere of usefulness in which tlie Postal Pre form Committee had so creditably ?worked, was the first benefit promised to the townspeople ; and, in addition to this, the Chamber was to act as a meditator between litigants, and work all sorts of wonders in a quiet way. So far, all that has been demonstrated is the 'quiet way.' So quiet, indeed, seems its way, that people are begin ning to have some serious doubts about the unobtrusive substitute for the bustling little Postal Reform ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 4 June 1879

Bughy Accident. — A buggy accident, which nearly had a very serious, if indeed not a fatal, termination, occurred on Satur day afternoon oil the Urana road, near Mrs. Brown's residence. Mr. Rebello, accom panied by Mrs. Rebello and an infant, was driving home from the town, and when near tbe above-named place, tbe horse became | uncontrollable, and finally bolted. Mr. liownana, wlio was ahead driving in the same direction, hearing the sound of hoofs behind hiin, soon discovered the state of affairs, and drew to the off side of the road, not far from the fence. Mr. Rebello at tempted to pass between the bnggy and the fence, bnt the two vehicles came into violent collision, aud were both overturned. Mrs. Gowlland, who was in the buggy with her husband, had an infant in her arms, and fell under the vehicle. Mr. Gowlland, who was thrown some little distance from the buggy, recovered his feet at once, and with great presence of mind lifted the vehicle as the horse went off with it. Mrs. ...

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TELEGRAPHIC. LONDON, MAY 28. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 4 June 1879

TELEGRAPHIC. London, May 2S. On tlie conclusion of last night's sitting of Parliament, both Houses adjourned for tlie Whitsun holidays. The following is the result of tlie race for the Derby, which lias been run to-day : — Mr. Acton's br c Sir Bevy's, by Favoiiiiis, out of Lady Langden (Hampton's dam) 1 Mr. John Trotter's cli c Palmbearer, by The Palmer, out of Schehallion ... 2 Lord Hosebery's lir c Viscnuti, by Parme san, out of Lady Audley (Toucliet's dam) ? 3 The Government have decided to despatch certain additional reinforcements to the Oape, and 1 130 men of the Royal Marines have in consequence been ordered to embark for Natal without delay. The Orient Steam Navigation Company's steamship John Elder, which left Melbourne on the 1 2th ult., arrived at Plymouth to-day. May 29. j In the wool market prices are advanced ! slightly on greasy descriptions. Prices de clined slightly on washed wool. May 30. His Excellency Sir Garnet Wolseley left England to day to assume the supreme ...

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PIGEON CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 4 June 1879

PIGEON CLUB. A series of matches, under the. auspices of tbe Wagga Pigeon Club, took place yesterday on tbe racecourse. The shooting, as will be seen by the subjoined scores, was very good throughout, but the weather was hardly as fine as might be wished. Mr. Monks acted . as captain, Mr. Stid worthy as referee, and Mr. A M 'En tyre, as -scorer: — FIRST hatch. ' 1 First prize, £10, with a sweep of 10s. each ; two-thirds of sweep to second man, and one third to third man. .7 birds each. :? etldworthy, 25 yds. . . ' .01110 Seymour; St ]-dii. ..00 1 Uonks, 26 yds. .. ,.1001' A. M'Entyre, £6 ydi. ..1111001 , W. Tonjpson, 2S yds. .110 0 1 V. Coots, £6 yds.' ' ..'1111110 W. BchmldVWyds... .. 1111011 Nicholas, 25 yds. .. ..11100 . Fo«beiy, 45 yds, ... .. 0111,111. . .... .... 'The ties Coots, Schmidt, andFosbery, shot off ait three birds eaoh, and again tied, when they divided first and second money. The fourth tie, M'Bntyre, took third money. second match. First prize, £5, sweep of 5s. ea...

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POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, MAY 31. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 4 June 1879

POLICE COURT. Saturday, May 31. {Before the Police Magistrate.) Drunkenness. — Thomas Anderson, brought up on a charge of being drunk iu a public place, was fiued £1 ; or, in default, one week iii gaol. Another case of drunkenness was discharged with a caution.

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COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. MONDAY, JUNE 2. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 4 June 1879

COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. Monday, June 2. Mean. Maidbk, Hill, and Clark report:- Fat I CatUe : 1061 yarded ; medium and Inferior very dutl ; best yards at late rates. Sales were— 102 bullocks, good and heavy, from Butterbone, for Hul and Hector, £5 4s ; 102 do, medium, from Cubbic, for Fisher and Hill, £3 Cs Od; 78 bullocks atid 129 cuivs, do, from Goan^rv, for Bardie and Millar, bullocks £.3 5s 8d, cows £2 5s ; 63 bullocks, rouirh, and 03 cows, fair, from Binnltfuy, for I-. Eaton, bullocks £2 12s 3d, cows £2 ; 200 bullocks, fair good, from Guudcmaine, for E. Vickery, £4 Is 8d : 45 do, fair, from Mnequarin, for 1). Cameron, £3 lGs?d; 60 do, tfood, from Marbono, for J. Perry, £4 10s 5d ; 103 do, fair, from piddocks, for F. Sullivan, £3 7s Id *. 40 do, fair to frood, from U»jrati, for P. Sullivan, £3 lis 8d ; 61 cows, medium, from Cubbic, for Fisher and Hill, £2 7s 8d. Fal Sheep: Market hardly so firm, bales were -1700 wethers irom Edperol, for E. Vlnkcry, 8s to 8s Od ; 37...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 4 June 1879

Shipping ORIENT LINE OF STEAMSHIPS FOR LONDON. r/A THE 8UEZ CANAL. T Die full-powered steamships of tliis line a are built and fitted expressly for carrying ? Passengers on loiig ocean voyages ; they are i cach of about 4000 tons register, and make the voyage in about 40 days. They are fitted with punkalis, attached to the main engines, and steam-heating apparatus on the most approved principle, and are thoroughly venti lated for the tropics. f The next departures -will l)e : — ? ; Steamer From Sydney ] From Melbourne CUZCO ? June Ot.h I June I4t.li ACONCAGUA.... July 5tli July 12tli 1.US1TANIA ? August Slli ? i ^August 15lh. To be followed every month by a similar i steamer. ; Fares to London, £16 and upwards. Suez Ctmal Dues, 8s. in addition. PassageB from London can be granted in Sydney. For further particulars npp'y, in London, to F. Green and Co., and Anderson, Ander son and Co., Managers of the Orient Steam Navigation Company (Limited) ; or to the agents in Sydney, 1 GILCHRIST...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 4 June 1879

Special Advertisements. HASTINGS CUNINGITAM AND COMPANY (LIMITED), WOOL brokers, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, AUSTRALASIAN' WOOL STORES, Collins-street, West, MELBOURNE. WE beg to notify the Woolgrowers of the Mnrrmu bidgce, bachlan, 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 wbicii their storage capa/ity lias been doubled, wc are enabled to offer facilities for conducting the trade unsurpassed by any firm in the colonics; and as wc strictlv confine onr business to that of SELLING BROKERS ONLY OX COMMISSION, we have no interest, either directly or indirectly, in the purchase of any produce, thereby affording' to our constituents the surest uuaruntee that the extreme market value will at all times be secured for their con signments. All Wools, &c., coming forward, coastwise or by ri...

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SYDNEY STATION PRODUCE REPORT. SATURDAY, MAY 31. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 4 June 1879

SYDNEY STATION PRODUCE REPORT. Saturday, May 31. Messrs. Harrison, Jones, and Dkvms report. :— Wool: Wool is coming forward in very limited quan tities. and what there is of it is of medium and inferior quality. The number of bales offered at the sales this week was 3'-\ and there were 272 sold. Prices ob tained show fair values as compared with English account sides. For fleece— mine sold; 4 Ad to OW for greasy, and 72*1 to lOd for scoured anil handwashed. Wc sold 14$ bales. Sheepskins : A. fair quantity cata logued Good ftmipctitioii for every line, especially the bitter description. We cleared a heavy catalogue. Good from Gd to ; medium aud mixed lots, 2AU to fijd. Tidiow : 720 casks offered : 023 sold, {^uotatkms. —Best mutton, £27 to £28 : beef, £2.r- to £20 ; mixed and station, £17 to £23 JOs. Hides: 4072 offered ; 3118 sold. There being a scarcely so good a demand ; for shipping, prices again ruled siightfy easier, though to no very great extent. (Quotations. —Extra heavy, 3J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 7 June 1879

VICTORIA HOUSE, VICTORIA HOUSE I VICTORIA HOUSE I I LARGE ARRIVALS! LARGE ARRIVALS! LARGE ARRIVALS ! Seasonable Goods I Seasonable Goods I SEASONABLE GOODS ! FKEDERIC ROPER Is in receipt of a Large Assortment of WIITTEB GOODS ! Which have been carefully Selected and Bought very much under the usual prices. Inspection will prove that they are Extra Good Value. FEEDER] 0 ROPER, VICTORIA HOUSE. REMOVAL. REMOVAL. REMOVAL. CHARLES MONIE, OF THE 'CORNER' SADDLERY ESTABLISHMENT Desires to intimate to his numerous patrons and supporters that lie has Xt, E 3VE O V E D From Ins late Establishment, and will in future carry on his business in the premises lately occupied by G. MILLAR, SEEDSMAN. Just Received, Dikect from the Importers, NEWEST STYLES OF SADDLERY & HARNESS. Best 'Workmanship Executed on the Premises with Despatch. J GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES. I SADDLERY, HARNESS, WHIPS (OF EVERY KIND),! At Prices beyond Competition. C. MONIE has Reduced his Prices to current Metropolitan ...

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