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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 22 January 1879

? I CRICKET. A match was played 011 Saturday last be tween seven members of the A-lrr.rliti'r V. C. and a like number of the Saddlers' C. 0., which resulted in a victory for the former, with four wickets to go down. Score ! Aiiviitisku C.— First Innings. I Tntham, caud h Franklin .. .. .. 10 i F. Tophani, c Hardy, h Franklin .. 0 j Sullivan, run out ? 13 j .lepfton, c IJ. TojOiam, h Franklin . . If; Jiroadfout, e Uurrows, b Tubman . . ..10 Williamson, not out .. .. .. 0 i Harrison, b Franklin ? 4 Sundries ? ..11 Total ? 04 j Second Innings. Tathani, not out ,, .. .. 3 ! F. Topham, b Tubman ? 0 Williamson, b Tubman .. .. ft ? Sullivan, not out . ..10 Sundries ? 3 1 Total, for two wickets .. ..21 i S.xnnijKiis* C. (.'.—First. Inning's. j Franlin, b Jcpsou .. .. .. .. 0 Tubman, b .Tepjsun .. .. .. 0 M'Cook, run «uit .. .. .. G 11. Topham, h Jepson .. (J ' Osmond, not out .. .. .. .. 2 ! Hardy, b .Jepson .. .. .. .. 0 j IJurrows, b Jepson .. .. .. 0 Sundries ? .. o j Total ? 20 ! Second...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. FIRE IN FITZMAURICE STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 22 January 1879

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. FIRE IN FJTZMAUlilCE STREET. 1 At about half-past six last evening the alarm of fire was raised in Fitzmaurice-street, and a heavy volume of smoke was seen issuing from Mr. Stidworthy's property, next the Pastoral Hotel, aud jointly occupied by Mr. Cresser, Jiootmaher, and the American Novelty Company. The building was of brick with a single roof, and was only separated from the Pastoral Hotel by a right of-way. Within a minute or two of the alarm being given the whole place was in flames, and the buildings 011 cither side— Mr. J. S. Roberts ou the left, and the Pastoral Hotel 011 the righ — were in imminent jeopardy. Luckily, the evening was still, but at the first outbreak the current of air was towards Mr. Roberts' premises, which was separated by a small yard fiom the burning building. There was speedily a number of volunteers ou the spot, aud these directed their attention to the isolation of the fire by tearing down the slabs at the rear of the burning stor...

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LAND NOTES. COMING LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 22 January 1879

LAND NOTES. f'OMJNG LAND S ALUS. Wii^a ? Ian. 2-2. J Ouroxva.. .. - Jan. 22 ; Feb. 14. I Deniliquin ? Ian. 2*2 ; Feb. 1J. Hn.v ? Jan. 22, 24 ; Feb. ]4. Urana ? Ian. 22. Youiitf ? Ian. 22. Albury . . Feb. ]4. C'ootamnnUra ? Ian. 22. Narantlcni ? Inn. 22. bANh Okficks. — The following selection!? were tiiken up at the undermentioned |-laucs on Tlmi*day last Gtspaoai : D. Hvan 40.1, Connev ; I Cooper 40a, Mittii Mitta ; J. Ktefe 40a, Wajrra ; J. S. Futtcr -20ji, Ita^an Dcggnn. Tr-trr: .1. S. Livingstone 40a, Courabyra ; M. Hrennan 40a, Minjary; J. Harris 40a, Cooloman ; H. French 3fi2-«, Kiiiniicut. Alr'UV : It. Goldsbrmurh and Co. 142a, Gerogerv ; M'Cartnev and Co. ISOa, Tonnia; T. Cross ISOa, Hay; J. Cross 4Sa, S. Gilbert 500a, Merajrlc ; H. A. Allan, 150a, Mountain Creek : G. H. Make :)20a. Craven \ J. Wilson fiOa, Germanton ; J. .1. l'urtel SWla, do; L. Garry 120a, Hack Creek ; N. 11. Pe^rd 40a, Wa^ra. Cootamkniika : T. Webb 40a, .lindalee ; .1. Martin 100a, Stoclvinbinjfal ; T. Mu...

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WALGETT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 22 January 1879

WALGETT. (From our Correspondent). I am ashamed of my apparent laziness in my correspondence ; but the fact is 1 treated myself to a clerk who uudertook to let you know which way 44 the wind blew,' and after reading two of his productions in the 'Wagga,' I naturally thought everything was O.K., and to-day I learn that 1 have not been represented since. But I find the Express has not stopped in consequence, and I it is quite prorablc its circulation has not ; materially diminished — in short, I hope not. 1 have sacked that beggarly inksliuger for his duplicity. But what can wc expect after Parkes* retirement, Robertson's ditto, and the political transformations of late ? Who says that there can't be two kings in Israel ? That idea might have done for those Hebrew ! chaps, but sunny New South Wales demon strates the fallacy of the principle. Free thinkers believe Kartell may yet form the trio. It looks exceedingly ainusiug, this political solar system. There is the treasury to represe...

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SYDNEY. Tuesday, 12.45 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 22 January 1879

SVDXEY. Tuesday, 12.45 p.m. The Ministerial dinner last night was largely attended by members of both houses of Parliament and influential citizens. The 1'remier occupied the chair, and Sir John Robertson the vice-chair. The only toasts proposed were those of a loyal and patriotic character. There was heavy rain throughout yester day, extending, generally, throughout the j country districts. A movement has been started for the I object of terming a co-operative meat com pany in Sydney. The Xew South Wales eleven for the international match will be selected to morrow. There is 110 truth in the report of Spoll'orth being unwilling to play. The rain has teinporarly stopped the exhibition operations. The settling over Saturday's races t'-ok place last night, £S00 wore paid away iu stakes. The Torres Straits mail steamer Bowou arrive;! at 1'ort Darwin 011 Monday. She encountered terrific weather 011 the China Seas. Mr. Bowden's loss, consequent 011 the tire in Grafton is estimated at £90...

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TELEGRAPHIC. LONDON, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 22 January 1879

TELEGRAPHIC. LONDON, January 16. Ik to-day's sitting of the French Chambers the Ministry made a statement of their policy, atid declared that they and the country were Republican,, aud were actuated hy motives of a pacific character towards all nations. They promised, however, vigorous measures to make the Republic profitable, and the termination of existing treaties of commerce was therefore accessary without departing from the principles of free trade. The Ministry likewise declared that chances of an anti-Republican character would be avoided, unless such a course was found to be detrimental to the interests of the country. The statements of the Ministry were coldly received. 3 per cent, consols arc a J lower. They are quoted at tlfig. At the meeting of the Bank of Kngland directors to-day, the minimum rate of dis count was reduced to 4 per cent. The Bank of England returns for the week ending yesterday show that the proportion of reserve to liabilities amounted to 31 per cent. T...

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MONDAY, JANUARY 20. (Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. S. Hawkins, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 22 January 1879

Mommy, January 20. (Before the Police Magistrate ami Mr. S. Hawkins J. P. ) DniMiENXESs. — William Mulvarny was ; charged with drunkenness, and was fined j 10s., or in default one week's imprisonment. | Henry Brown, similarly charged, being , cautioned and discharged. | OliS'T.NK Lanouaiie. — William Johnson j alias Joseph Dunn for this offence was fined j £2 10s., or six weeks imprisonment. ? YA-;i!ANi'Y. — Henry Thurlow, charged with being a vagrant, was sent to gaol for three months. The prisoner was found in Dr. Wren's stable, and would not leave, and Constable Osborne deposed that lie had known him for some time, and that the prisoner was never at work and did not appear to have j any lawful means of support. Foiioery. — Samuel Glover appeared 011 | remand to answer the charge of forgery. No 1 evidence beyond that already reported was ! taken, aud the Bench committed the prisoner j for trial at the coming Court of Quarter ] Sessions, his bail being continued. |

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POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, JANUARY 18. (Before Mr. George Mair, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 22 January 1879

POLICE COURT. Saturday, Jantaky IS. (Before Mr. George Mair, J. P. ) Pn 11 N KEN X ESS. — William Train and Robert Brown were brought up for drunkenness, the former being fined 5s with the usual alternative, and the latter cautioned aud discharged. Lai'.ckny. — James Murphy was charged with stealing a watch, the property of John M'Mulleu, who deposed that 011 Wednesday night last he had a watch with a hair guard, which was in his vest pocket in his bedroom. He'liad not missed the watch, but hearing sninetnmg ne went uj jook mr ic ana saw that it was yone. A man named Rowlands was with the prisoner at his house 011 Thurs day and Friday, aud in eonscqueiice of his ! information he (witness) gave the prisoner in I charge. Rowland brought witness, before j the constable left with the prisoner, to a j chimney at the back of the premises, prisoner being present, and said that was tile place where the watch was 'planted,' He after wards went further and pointed to a tree as the pluce where...

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SANDHURST LIVE STOCK MARKET. TUESDAY, JANUARY 21. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 25 January 1879

SANDHURST LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday, January 21. Fat Cattle. — 082 yarded, about half useful to prime, j balance stores to inferior. Prices lower than we have had yet to report. Mossrs. Powers, Rutdkrpord, | and Co. -sold 13G head for Messrs. Cattanach Bros., : Raleigh Bros., T. Pierce, and others, bullocks £4 to I j tO 10s, cows £3 to £5 10a, stores projwitiouately | lower. Fat Sheep.— 5200 penned, about one-third fit for the j trade, the remainder stores. Country buyers were 1 strongly represented, and good stores sold well, ! wrtbers 7i to 10s Od, ewes 6s to 7s Cd. Messrs. J Powers, RutuekI'ORD and Co. sold 1777 wethers and 1 ewes for Messrs. 0outu Bros , Younghusljand, Mullins «nd Sons, Mrs. Thowo*, X-nd Johnson Bros., to top j 3 Dotations ; aud outside ou ftypount of Messrs. A. and » Hack, 4070 store sheep. j

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MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 25 January 1879

MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. Wrdnesuay, January 22. I Messrs. Hastings, Cuninoham and Co. report Wool : A!! the wools offered medium and lower quali ties, for which n fair demand was experienced at rates maintaining those with which the year opened ; arrivals are now falling off and the season wiii pro bably ho brought to an early close. Sheepskins: A serious decUue, amounting to 9d and in 6ome cases to Is per skin ; and we Anticipate that for some time to come a lower range of prices must be accepted. We quote— Butchers' pelts, ls to ls 9d each ; aud dry «ktas, 3|d to 4d per lb. Hides: I7#ua) supplies dis- |H-scd of at low but steady quotations, viz.— Green ox, 13s to 22s cach, extra weights to 45s each; cow, 2d to 2|d J wr ])- ,' salted hides, 2)d to 3d par lb ; kip and calfskius moving with difficulty at 2d to 24d per lb. Tnllow : The slightly harder tone which tliis market assumed for a short time docs not promise to be of a l-ermaiiuut character, aud we quote the following...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 25 January 1879

MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET, i Wednesday. Januauv 22. i Fat Cattle.- -1T5-7 entered, hilt some lots not coming forward reduced the number to about 1600, the bulk second and middling quality. Owing to the small supply of good descriptions penned Kales for such were brisk, and the prices realised show an advance of 10s., wqile the demand for middling aud inferior was dull. Prime bullocks, £8 to £f- ; good, £0 to n7 ; second, £4 10s to £.ri 103 ; inferior, from £3. Best cows, C4 lus to £5 5s. Messrs. W. and J. Ralkigii h:«vcs-»ld a small draft for M. Green, £5 10* fur cows, 17 for bullock. Messrs. J. G. Doi-oiiakty aud Co. sold tt8 bullocks for A. Doharty, to iifj 7s Gd ; 30 do for W. Little, to fc7 12s Gd ; 10 do and cows for J. Fanning, Jo £.?} ,p».s ; 1:3 bullockB for Messrs. Ryan Bros., to £7 2s (id. Messrs. King and Ccninqiiam sold 82 head for Messrs. Graham, Cowan, Thompson, Sbanahun, Bird, Rawlins, and Hackett, at prices up to £S 7s Gd. Messrs. Powers, RuTHKKFOiiD, and Co. sold ...

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MESSRS. WILKINSON, MINCHIN, & LAVENDER'S REPORT. WAGGA WAGGA, HAY, AND SYDNEY Wagga Wagga, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 25 January 1879

MESSRS. WILKINSON, MINCIUN, & LAVENDER'S REPORT. WAGGA WAGGA, HAY, ASD eVl-.\EV j Wagga Wjiffga, Jannary 24-. tat Stock. — The cattle sales during the week at the inctro]X)]itan juurkot show a slight advance on Just week's prices, but the sheep market has not improved. Our only sale has been 300 fat ewes, by auction, at Hay, on account of Mr. John Gibson, of Gmib.tr. Store Cattle.— Demand for this class of stock con tinue very dull, and great difficulty exists iu trying to effect sales. We have two large lots uf well-grown bullocks here awaiting sale, for which we should be glad to treat with buyers. Store Sheep.— Fair enquiry for weaners and young wethers and ewes, but the prices asked by owners being rather over buyers' ideas, n«t many iiansactions have taken plsice. We have sold 2000 weaners, mixed sexes, and 1500 two, four, and siv-tootd ewes for Messrs. Furtell Bros., of Germanton, to Mr. G. J. Mulholland, of Oura. Freehold Property.— We have sold an allotment of land i...

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COMMERCIAL. STOCK REPORT. EXPRESS Office, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 25 January 1879

COMMERCIAL. _ ? STOCK REPORT. ^xi'kkss OIHuc. January 24. * Tab weather eiticc the dntc of our tost report has been p'easant, as ft rule. On Monday there were n few light showers, but tlic amount of rain which fell was only Hotnhiid. Since, there have been indications of n change upon several occasions, notably fjistni^ht when there was every stpu of a heavy downpour. None, however, fell, but to-day lias been the hottest of the week, and it still seems likely that we arc not far off rain. The latest accounts from Queensland state that the weather was fine in the south and south-western portions of the colony, but unsettled .alotitf the coast and at some of the inland stations to tho northward, Rotra, Condamine, St. Geoiye, Cunnamulla, Charle yllle, Tambo, and Blackall, all reported fine weather, as did also the stations on the Darling Downs ; but at Marj'boroujjli, Bundabcrg, Rnvenswood, and Keho the sky was overcast, and at St. Lawrence, Maekay, and Caldwell showery weather was exp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 25 January 1879

The 'Wine of Life' can only be kept free from adulteration or im poverishment by perpetuating through digestion and a regular action of tlie kidneys and bowels. A morbid habit of body tends to derange digestion^ di vert the bile from its proper channels into the circulation, and thus render it both watery and impure. Deficient action of the kidneys also causes blood poisoning. Regulate, strengthen, and depurate with Udolpho Wolfe's Schie dam Aj-omatic Schnapps.— Adv, ,

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FALL OF A BUILDING IN COLLINS STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 25 January 1879

FALL OF A BUILDING IN COLLINS STREET. Ox Monday afternoon, about half-past 5 o'clock, considerable excitement was caused in Collins-street west, bv the falling of a very old landmark of the city — the old Bank of Australasia. The erection referred to was situated between the new Bank of Australasia and the magnificent structure belonging to the Australasia Alliance Assurance Company. About the time indicated yesterday, a cloud of dust issuing from the pih-: was followed immediately by a series of loud reports as of the disin tegration of wood, bricks, etc. But little was observed of the downfall, but when the dust had cleaied away a number of cabmen, whose stand is opposite the Bank of Australasia, rushed to the spot for (he purpose of offering their .services. Fortunately the street just at the time mentioned was free of pedestrians, and it is hoped and believed that no one was hurt. The whole of the front of the building fell out bodily, and the debris now lies upon the foot path ...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 25 January 1879

IMPOUN DINGS. At South Gundagai, Jan. 4 : — Bay or brown horse, bell on neck, like PQ or 00 off shoulder. Will be sold Feb. 6. At Cootauiuudra, Jan. 6, from Jindalee : — Re-advertised, owing to errors : — Brown Stallion, IfR near shoulder, 3yrs., 14 hands ; grey mare, collar marked, Gp near shoulder, M over 6 off shoulder, 3yrs., 14J hands. Will be sold Jan. 30. At Hay, Jau. 9, from Illillawa: — Chesnut pony horse, star, saddle marked, near hind foot white, pulled tail, G over over jj'j, scar off hip, white spot ou wither, a few gray liairs all over body, down the nose and in mane and tail, 2yrs., 13 hands ; bay horse, near hind fetlock white, saddle and collar marked, like over c3 over | over O blotched (conjoined) near shoulder, over g, blotched off shoulder, the K put 011 twice, front feet shod, docked tail, aged, 14 J hands. Will be sold according to Impounding Act At Jerilderic, Jan. 11, from Corec Run : — Bay gelding, SO near rump, off hind foot whi^e, 5yrs. Also, from Noumie:...

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THE COLLINGWOOD CATASTROPHE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 25 January 1879

THE COLLING WOOD CATAS- j TROP1IE. Mit. C. Candled, the district coroner, held an inquest on Monday, at Colling wood, 011 the bodies of John Joseph Blake, aged five years and seven months ; Walter Edwin Blake, aged four years, and Hester Blake, aged nine months, who were burned to death 111 a house 111 a houss in Stafford-street, Collingwood, which took fire about half-oast 1 o'clock on Sunday morning. The first witness examined was Mrs. Louisa Knight, residing in Stafibrd-street, who deposed that ou the above morning she heard children screaming, and 011 looking out of the window she observed fire issuing from Mr. Blake's house, when she im mediately went into the street and called out ' Murder and ' Fire.' After calling for some time, several neighbours came, and burst open the front_door of the house, when witness noticed Mrs. Blake standing in the passage. She immediately pushed her outside the door, and after getting outside she com menced calling for her children. Several neig...

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THE CHINESE SCARE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 25 January 1879

The Chinese Scare. The noise and agitation which have been kept up about the immigration of Chinamen are not to be taken alto gether as indications of the grave importance of the question, but rather of its exceeding hollowness. Statistics show that there are not so many Chinese amongst us now a3 there were ten years ago, aud that the number of those entering the Colony of late years has been annually decreasing. But of a sudden (when there was a probability of a dissolution of Parliament, by the way) the strike of the employees of the A S.N. Company is seized upon by two or three literary larrikins of the Cameron and Buchanan type, to pump up a lot of mock indignation, and the Sydney Morning Herald, not rightly estimating the forces at work, was hoodwinked into giving prominence to a question which hardly has any other foundation than literary fraud, and which if only such notice had been given as it really deserved would have died out long since. Let the circum stances of the case...

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DESTRUCTIVE FIRES AT GRAFTON AND CARRE'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 25 January 1879

DESTRUCTIVE FI11ES AT GRAF TON AND CA RR:S CREEK. A Giiaito.v telegram to the S. M. Herald states that Can's Creek Mill, the property of Mr. Bawden, M.L. A., was completely destroyed- by fire at daylight 011 Saturday morning. A fire was lighted in the storeroom of the mill the previous night by a workman, but lie says he put it out carefully. It was in the storeroom, however, that the fire broke out. The property was uninsured, and crushing had just commenced, so Mr. Bawden's loss is very great. Much sympathy is expressed for liini. His total loss ou tiie mill from first to last is £'90(10. liis total loss from the present fire is £4000, the loss 011 the building £2500, and £1500 through the mill being idle. Another terrible fire broke out in the shop of Mr. James Osborne, jeweller, Prince-street, at 1 1 o'clock on Saturday night. This shop was one of three tenements, in Mr. Robert Muirhead's large brick building, completed about two years ago, and one of the first business places i...

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THE LOGIC OF ABUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 25 January 1879

The Logic of Abuse. Of all the aids we can think of, brought forward in defence of truth, abuse we believe to be the most bane ful. However much abuse may please the minds of redhot partizans of par ticular theories or' systems, it never was and never will be argument, and incalculably more injury than good to the cause of truth. Generous minds, usually the ablest, are almost invari ably inclined to shun the abuser and lean to tlie thing abused ; and well informed minds know well that abuse is a sign of weakness rather than strength. If people accustomed to coarsely abuse everything they dis agreed .with were only to think suf ficiently, we believe they would pause before committing themselves to the line of conduct but too often pursued by them. There can, and probably always will, be honest differences of opinion) but such honest differences of opinion can exist without the believers or followers on one side or the other being either knaves or fools. Iqiputing the worst of motives...

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