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THE EMPRESS EUGENIE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 7 June 1879

THE EMPRESS EUGENIE. In ail ' anecdotal photograph ' of the Empress Eugenie, a writer in Truth says : — ' I have seen her repeatedly in State pageants, at Court receptions, on occasions when she was travelling or roUBi-YUlg VLBLWJIT4 IU Henjl.-pcivu.uy, U.UU A have never seen any woman in the circle around her who could vie with her in beauty. Her manners are ex quisite. She has dignity without stiff ness, and affability without the slightest touch of vulgarity. In the days when she helped to rule the most restive people on earth she was ever kind and merciful, happy to render service to people in trouble, generous with her money, faithful in keeping promises. No act of spite was imputed to her, though lier patieuce was often sorely tried. She had not the instincts of statesmanship, for her heart was too warm, her impulses too quick, aud her wit too lively to - make her brook the delays and tortuous methods by which men are managed. . . By-and-by, that is in 1870, when calamities ha...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOME BIG SOUTHERN STORIES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 7 June 1879

SOME BIG SOUTHERN STORIES. ? I It was at a miner's cabin in Tennessee a dozen or so of rough, uncouth, un kemptlooking fellows sat over a stove in an atmosphere redolent with cold coffee and tobacco. I ' Tnllrin' nVinnt. vnnr RtnrifiR said a grizzly, grey old fellow, removing his pi|-e from between two shaggy masses of tawny hair, while his companions gave each other significant glances — 1 ' talkin' about your Rtories, why, y've | all hearn on Bill Hess, him as wus killed in 72, a moonsliining. Well, Bill an' me wus old cronies. A year afore tbe war Bill, he swalled of a peach pit It thrubbled of him a kinder, but : no one thought much on't ; but Bill's j appetite it got stronger and stronger, I till at last he'd eat and devour of eveiy think as what he could lay of his hands on. Why the quantity of brandy that ere man drunk, you could drown that ere mine with. An' the mystery about the affair was, that the more Bill he would eat, the thinner did he become. ' It was six ye irs arte...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOVE AFTER MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 7 June 1879

LOVE AFTER MARRIAGE. The lack of love after marriage, a writer says, is due to the lack of friend ship before. Friendship is the soil upon which the plant of love grows; the silken cord that binds when other ties are severed. Treat your wife, then, as your best friend. {Is she not so I) To tier belongs all tnat is oesc in nature. The brightest thoughts, the sweetest words, and the tenderest love are hers by right Feed her hungry heart with the food that belongs to it, and you need never fear for the honour of your name or the happiness of your home. The contract of a marriage bears obligations for both parties, and the love of the husband is often lost through the wife's ignorance of him. What special grace was it that charmed your husband most be fore marriage 1 You ought to know. Was it your musical ability ? Was it your bright cheery laugh, or sparkling witching eyes 1 Was it your sound practical common sense 1 Whatever it was, use it as much after marriage as before. That which ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MESSRS. WILKINSON, MINCHIN, & LAVENDER'S REPORT. WAGGA WAGGA, HAY, AND SYDNEY. Wagga Wagga, June 6. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 7 June 1879

MESSRS. WILKINSON, MINCHIN, & LAVENDER'S REPORT. WAGGA WAGGA, IIAV, A5D 0VI NET. Wagga Wagga, June 6. Fat Cattle : On Monday 1058 were yarded, which, with 600 on Thursday, formed the large supply of 1600 for the week. About half of these were useful to good, : with siime prime, remaining portion inferior to middling. We have no improvement to re]-ort on late low prices. Quotations— Best bullocks, £5 lis to £5 16s : a few extra good, to 6s 6s ; good useful bullocks, 4s 6d to 4s 15d ; inferior to medium, 3s 5d to 3s 14d. Hot many cows in, which sold at proportionate rates. Our sales. — We refused to bring any forward. Fat Calves : Not quite so many forward, but prices still low. Fat Sheep : 6400 came into the yards on Monday, and about 4500 on Thursday ; deducting sheep that were withdrawn on Monday, and again offered and counted on Thursday, the supply would be about 6000 for the week. This number was within the require ments, and prices show an improvement of about Cd per he...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
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BARON CHANNELL AND HIS LUNCHEON. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 7 June 1879

BARON CH ANN ELL AND HIS j LUNCHEON. The name of Baron Channell will bring to the remembrance of many of our readers a judge of singular learning and ability, distinguished by great affability and kindness of heart. He led for some years the home circuit, but want ing the force of speech — dare we call it impudence ? of many of his brethren at tlie Jiar, ne was not always successlul in his appeals to the jury, and was far more in his element when debating an obscure aud difficult point of law before the ' full Court' One peculiarity at tributed to the more ancient judges Baron Channell certainly brought down to his own time. He was a great gour mand, and at 1 o'clock precisely, what ever the state of the case being tried before him, the Court adjourned for lunch, and an excellent lunch it was for the stout old Baron of tbe Ex chequer. In this peculiarity he differed from many, if not most, of bis judicial brethren, of which an amusing illustra tion occurred at Exeter not many years ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL. STOCK REPORT EXPRESS Office, June 6. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 7 June 1879

COMMERCIAL. STOCK REPORT. Exprbsb Office, June G. TBI wwtlher during the past week has been, as a rule, fio«t bat t email quantity of rain has fallen. The ] country around ta looking remarkably well, and in j Addition to the lambing being good, stock generally are I in capital condition. All therefore that is required to improve matters Is a rise In the prioe of cattle, sheep, j and produce. Down tbe river, feed is making progress i notwithstanding the severe weather. The weather is now fine. The lainblng Is expected to be above the ? average, and about 20 per cent more will be shorn , than bat year. On the Edward the people seem well satisfied with tbe season, although the rains have been late. At Balranald the weather has been cold and wet From Manaro -ve lacrn that the ground las received a thorough Boakinjr; places that were qulte^dry seven yeare ago are now a shaking bog. The uurrumbldgee River is now very nearly a banker. The latest accounts from Queensland state that fine wea...

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

It was at a Chicago dancing party. ' A little more animation, my dear,' whispered a fashionable mother to a daughter who was languidly walking through a quadrille. ' Let me manage my own business, mamma,' said the latter ; ' I sliail not dance my ringlets out of curl for a married man.' ' Of course not, my love ; but I was not aware who your partner was,' replied the mother. Holloway's Ointment. — Measles, Scarlatina — These are the first great trials after birth to which our children are subject. Both diseases are veiy infectious, and both require judicious management. In one the chest, in the other the throat is most likely to suffer, but the mother or nurse will find in Holloway's Ointment a sovereign re medy for these distressing complaints. When rubbed upon the throat, chest, and back, it is absorbed, the respiration immediately becomes more tranquil, the cough less troublesome, the lips grow less livid, the eyes brighten, and the countenance loses that anxious gaze which often...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 7 June 1879

GAZETTE NOTICES. r'rrr1 The Government Gazette contains the fol lowing notices : — Morrumbidgee District. Reserve from Sale for Water Sthpply. No. 750 north extension. County Wakool, parish Darlot, urea 62a. The Crown lands within the following boundaries : Commenc ing at the north east corner of reserve 750, notified March 7, 1870 ; bounded thence o'i the east by a line north 12 chains 44 links ; m, tlir, iw.rtV, 1,„ . RA .L.». . the west by a line south 12 chains 44 links to the north-west coraer of reserve 750 afore said ; and on the south by the north boun dary of that reserve east 50 chains, to point of commencement. Forms part of Bundyu lumblah run. The above reserve is shown on plan catalogued W. 1168-1917, Surveyor Geueral's Office. No. 1361 sonth extension. County Warad gery, parish I'evensey, area about 320a. The Crown lands within the following boundaries : Commencing at the south east corner of reserve 1361, notified April 23, 1875 ; bounded thence on the east by a line ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
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BAVENO. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 7 June 1879

BAVENO. The following description of Baveno and its vicinity, written in anticipation of the Queen's visit, has appeared in Galignani : — This quietest of little rill ages is in a state of unprecedented excitement in anticipation of and pre paration for Her Majesty's visit. And not merely Baveno itself, but tlie whole of the districts through which her cortege will pass, after arriving at the railway terminus at Arona, have been devising their respective modes of demonstrating the genuine warm wel come they wish to accord her. The station of Arona itself will be hand somely decorated. Thence her Majesty drives to this, her chosen retreat, by the beautiful road that skirts the lake the whole of the route, her suite following in a special steamer. And apart from the glorious lake sceuerv, new to her eyes, and the thoroughly Italian land scapes, with their vine-trellised terraces on the hill sides, by which she passes, the Queen's attention will from time to time be not unpleasantly in...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 7 June 1879

. Lay your foundation deep and stipng, and 1he superstructure is sure to last. It is identically 'the same with- the human body. Build it up to a sound, sanitary status, and it will not only resist the encroachment of disease,, but attacked, successfully comba^ the tnost dire results. To know how to effect so desirable aii eiid, it is oply,,neopiss&ry to have recourse to such rffirtnratives- and :toniek as TJ4olpho Wolfe's Schiedam Axpmfiti^ Schnapps,— Aspf.

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UPHILL WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 7 June 1879

UPHILL WORK. The act of engaging in labour may be uphill work only at tbe outset of life ; but, the work itself which we do may become ever more and more arduous, if we are not content with quantity of effect, but nspire to perfection in quality. Those who are possessed by this ambition will find the whole of their life's journey lying uphill. There are for tiiem no level plains on which to settle down to reap the reward of former toil. For them the shades of evening bring no relaxation of effort. Their expectations may be less unlimited as time goes on, and less of their strength will be wasted in vain endeavours to grasp at what is beyond their reach ; but the upward strain will not be relaxed ; it will only be economised, as experience takes the guidance of their steps. And with the life-long toil of ascent comes the life long expansion of horizon ; the journey wliich is all uphill must needs conduct the wayfarer to fresher air and serener solitudes ; away from the crowd and the ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 7 June 1879

IMPOUN DINGS. , ? 1 At South Wagga Wagga, May 24, from Pomingalarna : — Bay horse, large star, GB or CB near shoulder, aged, 15J hands. Will be sold June 12. At Deniliquin, May 22, from South Wansonila : — Bay gelding, star and snip, saddle-marked, knees broken, like D reversed over JV near shoulder; bay gelding, star, near hind foot white, saddle-marked, like pair of spectacles brand over W K over D reversed near shoulder. Will be sold June 19. At EuabaloDg May 20, from Culgong: — Bay gelding, CD over C near shoul der, -m W off shoulder, white face, hind feet white, broken, .aged, 15 £ hands. Will be sold June 19. At Corowa, May 24, from Corowa : — Black colt, like over blotch brand near shoulder, star, off hind fetlock white, unbroken, 4yra, about 15 hands. Will be sold June 19. At Mullengandra, May 20, from Wyndham : — Bay mare, half-circle over F over N or W (the last-named letters faint) near shoulder, OW off shoulder (the C like put on twice), star, white muzzle, near front pa...

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NARANDERA POLICE OFFICE. WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1879. COUNTRY LOT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 7 June 1879

NARANDERA POLICE OFFICE. Wednesday, July 2, 1879. country lot. Upset price, £1 5s. per acre. Lot. Porta, a. r, p. County. Parish. A - 107 - 27 0 0 - Coopor Cudgel Situation. Lot A, — On the right bank of Murrum bidgee River, adjoining parts of the east boundary of reserve No. 272 and the west boundary of Messrs. Menzies, Nicoll, and Douglas' portion No. 8 of 320 acres. North Yanko Run.

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(To the Editor of the W. W. Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 7 June 1879

(To the Editor of the W. IIr. Express.) Sir, — The enclosed letter is a reply to one which appeared in the IHverine Grazier of the 24th inst., under the signature ' Northern Line,' criticising my letter on the Railway Question winch appeared in the Express of the 14th inst. I shall be glad if you will insert it in your journal at your earliest convenience. — I remain, ifcc., S. M'CAUGHEY. Coonong, 28th May, 1879.

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URANA POLICE OFFICE. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1879. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 7 June 1879

URANA POLICE OFFICE. Wednesday, Jcnb 25, 1879. COUNTRY LOTS. UpBet price, £1 5b. per acre. Lot. Portn. a. r. p. County. Parith. A - 68 - 277 2 0 - Uniut - Yamraa B - 02 - 301 3 0 - do - do C - 03 - 303 1 0 - do - do D - 04 - 223 2 0 - do - do E - 151 - 320 0 0 - do - South Coree F - 163 - 320 0 0 - do - do G - 164 - 319 3 0 - do - do SITUATION. Lots A to D. — Adjoining and near the east and part of the south boundary of Chas. M. Lloyd's portion No. 57, the east boundary of his portion No. 61, and the west boundaries of portions Nos. 42, 43, and 45. Yamma run. Lots E, F, G. — Adjacent to the south boundaries of John Wilson's portions Nos. 118 to 121, and lying between portions Nos. 150 and 155. Coree run. (Lot E, void con ditional purchase of William Goldsmith. Lots F, G, void conditional purchases of John Goldsmith). Wednesday, July 2, 1879. COUNTRY LOTS. Upset price, £1 5s. per acre. Lot. Portn. a. r. p. County. Parish. A - 41 - 40 0 0 - Urana ? YathongS. B - 62 - 40 0 0 - do - do ...

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(To the Editor of the Riverine Grazier.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 7 June 1879

(To the Editor of Hie Siverine Grazier.) Sir, — I would not trouble you with a reply to the letter under the nam de plume 'Northern Line' on the Rail way Question, which appeared in your columns of the 24th inst, did it not contain many mis-statements so mis wouiug xu tutu gcueitu. wruui uiab it is necessary to put the correct facts in their proper light towards the interested public. To my mind, the 'writer of the letter had not made himself sufficiently acquainted with the chorograpby of the district before rushing into print, other wise he would not have fallen into such gross errors, and be reduced, in his anxiety to spin out his letter to the greatest possible extent, to the dernier resort of weak minds, viz. — to use in favour of the line of railway of his choice, instead of arguments and facts, a regular tirade of uncalled for and un provoked invective directed against myself personally, forgetting in his hurry that abuse can never supply the place of argument, nor yet can a ...

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YOUNG POLICE OFFICE. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 7 June 1879

YOUNG POLICE OFFICE. Wednesday, June 18. country lots. Lot. Portn a. r. p. County. Parish. A - 19 - 40 0 0 Bland ? Tubbul B - 20, - 40 0 0 - do ? do C - 21 - 40 0 0 - do - do SITUATION. Lots A, B, C. — Adjoining and near the boundary of conditional purchase portion No. 18 of 40 acres, and adjacent to the west ' boundaries of conditional purchase portions Nos. 37 and 38 of 320 acres each. Top Lagon run. (Lapsed conditional purchases of Gideon Telford, jun. The npset price is inclusive of the value of improvements of £1 per acre on portion No. 19).

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

I Dew of the Alps. — The 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, and the surest preventive of all epidemic and endemic diseases that 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 in sufficient quantities to meet die urgent and constantly increasing demand. The 'Dew of the Alps' dates back to the 15th century, when the aromatic herb to which it owes its wonderful virtues was discovered. It has -, been the national tonic of Switzerland ever since Switzerland was a nation. — Adv.

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LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 7 June 1879

LAND SALES. Crown lands will be offered for sale by auction at the places and on the dates here under given : — WAGGA WAGGA POLICE OFFICE. Wednesday, June 18. COUNTRY LOTS. Upset price, £1 5s. per acre. Lot. Portn . a. r. p. County. Parish. A - 7 - 120 0 0 - Bourke - Windeyer B - 10 - 40 0 0 - do - Lachlan (J - 20 - 40 0 0 - do - do D - 23 - 40 0 0 - do - do E - 24 - 40 0 0 - do - do F - 25 - 40 0 0 - do - do 0 - 20 - 40 0 0 - do - do H - 27 - 40 0 0 - do - do 1 - 28 - 40 0 0 - do - do J - 29 ? 40 o 0 ? do - do K - 30 - 40 0 0 - do - do L - 31 - 40 0 0 - do - do M - 32 - 40 0 0 - do - do N - 33 - 49 0 0 - do - do O - 34 - 40 0 0 - do - do P - 35 - 40 0 0 - do - do Q - 30 - 40 0 0 - do - do R - 23 - 4000- do ? Murrulebale S - 27 - 40 0 0 - do - do T - 28 - 40 0 0 - do - do U - 20 - 40 0 0 - do - do V - 30 - 40 0 0 - do - do W - 39 - 40 0 0 - do - do X - 40 - 40 0 0 - do - do Y - 41 - 40 0 0 - do - do Z - 42 - 40 0 0 - do - do AA- 43 - 40 0 0 - do - do BD- 45 - 40 O 0 - do - do CC- 50...

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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 7 June 1879

INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. New South Wales. The total number of letters passed at the Sydney office, in 1878, was 17,013,700 ; newspapers, 8,816,500 ; parcels, 439,000 ; and postal cards, 123,720. uuring tne races mere were no ena of sharpers in Jerilderie, and several barefaced robberies were, committed. The windows of one store were smashed in the daytime and two bags of flour taken, and another store was robbed of a quantity of drapery, all of which is recovered. The thieves are in the lockup. In Newcastle, a number of cleverly executed forgeries of bank notes have been put in circulation. The dissatisfaction lately occasioned at the Newcastle Co-operative Colliery, owing to the attempted reduction of wheelers' wages, has been amicably settled, the reduction not being carried out. The management are now en deavouring to reduce wages paid to mechanics and topmen. Great dissatisfaction has been ex pressed amongst Dissenting congrega tions in the district of Newcastle in consequence of the...

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