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SYDNEY STATION PRODUCE REPORT. SATURDAY, JANUARY 25. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 29 January 1879

SYDNEY STATION PRODUCE REPORT. Saturday. Jantary 25. Messrs. Harrison', Jones, and Dkvli.v. rc|H-rt Wool : 452(5 bales offered, 2702 sold. Sales passed off better, a larirc proportion beuv0r sold. \Ve attribute this, in a great mennure, to vendors having made up their minds to realise iu the market at the best price obtainable. As regards value, wc see no alteration. Fleece wool, average to good, lCd to 19jd ; medium, 13d to 15 d ; feTeasy, average to good, S£d to lOjd ; seedy and lower sorts', 5Jd to 7d. Sheepskins : Our ualc passed off well, ana prices obtained were quite up to those of last sale. Good to best realised from OJd to 7Jd ; scoured, 5d to 6d ; mixed and inferior lots, 2JJ to 4d. Tallow : 151 casks offered, 43 sold. Best mutton, £28 to £29; beef, £27 to £28; mixed and station, £24 to £25. Hides : 43'9 offered, 3246 sold. So altera- i tion to note in this, although the demand was hardly j so brisk as last week. Extra heavy, 3£d to ttg ; heavy, | 3d to 3Jd ; medium, 2Jdt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 29 January 1879

WANTED, a Smaki: Boy. Apply at ouce to R. Cassin. lb WANTF.D, a first-class Cook. Apply at the Criterion Hotel, Wagga. li WANTED, Man to milk aud general useful. Apply, John Hoj.loway, Estclla. li WANTED, a Woman as housemaid aud laundress. Apply, Mus. Mackay, Gobbagumhaliu. li WANTED, Tendinis for tho Surrey of 50 Load Cut Pikewoojj. Apply, Express Office, Wagga. If WANTED, by a respectable Married Couple, Situation ou a station — wife, working housekeeper ; man, general servant. Have first-class references. Apply, E. D. Lkysiion, News and Labour Agency Office. li GOOD FEED OATS wanted in quanti ties. Samples aud prices to A. and R. Amos, Railway Camp. h FOWLS! FOWLS! FOWLS! TURKEYS & DUCKS ! Wanted to Pvhciiase 200 Couple. Highest price given. Apply at Criterion Hotel, Wagga. jx J^URRUMBIDGEE TURF CLUB. The ANNUAL MEETING of Sl'bsuhibehs will be held at the Australian Hotel, ou MONDAY, the 3it]- FEBRUARY, for the purpose of Receiving the JI opart of the out-going Committee...

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LAND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 29 January 1879

LAND NOTES. Land Offices.— Tlie following selections were taken up at the undermentioned places on Thursduy last Cootauludka : T. Broufrliton 401a, Muttama ; F. Lenano 60a, Yeo Yeo ; E. Gtmlincr ooa, Cootamuiidra ; M. Hullaiiau 300a, Yeo Yeo ; H. Dawson 40a. Cutlfnga ; J. Dawson 70a, tin. Dkmuqi ix : c. Jeffery 40a, county Townuend piu-Hi Wandook ; P. Smyth 320u, county Townsend iKirisli Ur-.iasi. Gukdaoai : D. liyiin GOa, Ouuney ; T. Coggfn, jun. , Money Money ; ' II, Jenkins 40a, liurni. ALnunv : Guldsbrnu^li nnd Parker 120a, Gurojrery ; N, Keogh 60a, Mulloiitfn.udra ; W. Dilebflcld 117», lim:knrf,'ln^a ; K. Keuj^li 40a Mullcngandra ; C. Terlfcli 40a, Burrumbuttock ; J. Grcsclike 40a, do. Crown Lands Salrs. — Crown land soles will be held at tlie undermentioned places ou dates named : — Waqqa Waooa, Mnrcli 6 : Lot A, portion No 89, 40a, county Mitchell, parish Mundouey, adjoining |iartof the \V. boundary of portion No. 30 of 47a, Uerry Jerry run; U No. *2ol, 87u, U No. 252, 57a 3r...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 29 January 1879

Concert. — The programme of the concert to be given on Monday in aid of St Michael's K.C. School, will be fouud in another column Revision Court.— A court for the revision of the Municipal lists was held at the Council Chamber yesterday. No objections or appli cations were lodged, aud the lists as submitted were confirmed. AKKIVERS4KV Dav.— On Monday, tlie 2/ tli inst., Anniversary Day, was kept up at '''$ Wagga in rather a sombre fashion. The day was terribly hot, and offered but little SH inducement to go out of doors for pleasure. /Sh In addition to the crioket match ou the race'- ,:JH course, there were sports at North Waega, jlfl and for those desirous of a longer trip, races at Houlaghan's Creek. The Hospitm. ami Messrs. Corn-well Mixkeb, and Co. — Au error occurred iu the paragraph iu our last with reference tv the amount which Messrs. Cornwcll, Mixncr, aud Co. have already handed to the Treasurer of tho Hospital, on behalf of their employes. It should have been £25, uot £20....

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. CRICKET. ELEVEN W.W.C.C. v. TWENTY-TWO ALL-COMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 29 January 1879

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. CRICKET. Eleven W. W.C.C. v. Twenty-two A LJ.-C0MF.RS. 1 A match between an eleven of the W. W.C.C. j and twenty-two all-comers was played on Monday on the racecourse, and resulted in i an easy victory for the former — a result i chiefly brought about by the excellent bowl j ing of King, who took 13 wickets iu the second innings for !!) 11111s. Tlie attendance, | owing to the heat of the weather, was very ; small. Score : — \V. W.i a.:. 1:1, bvs -Fiiist Innings. | Weston, I) Donaldson ? -» ; Kinu, b Donaldson ? 1^ Nctvjn;r, 1- Jopson ? ..10 Nicliolns (captain), b Donaldson .. 0 .M. J. Monin, b Donaldson .. .. 0 Jones, b Cuombes ? IU K. Tomiismi, 1- Donaldson ? l'-i Willans, b Jepsoti ? . *2 Dawson, not out ? 2 FiUhurdinp-c, run out ? f- Grant, b .Topsail ? 1 » Sundries ? lli 1 Total ? . . 03 Skconh Innjnus. I Nmvin;,', b Donaldson ? 9 Nicholas, b Donaldson . . . . . . 2 i Kiny, run out ? 15 i Weston, lbw, b .Tcpson ? 2 .Tones, lbw, u Wilkins ? 12 | M. J. Aloran, ...

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PASTORAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 29 January 1879

PASTORAL NOTES. Messrs. Griffiths and Weaver sold by auction, tbe Shannon Vale Station, with about 5500 cattle at £3 per head, land at 20s. per acre ; horses, stores, plant at valuation. Total of sale, £19,0S0. They also submitted three other station properties, which were bought iu. Messrs. Richardson and Wrench offered the Burrandowan station, Burnett district, Queensland ; but though there was a good attendance, there was no bidding, and the property was passed for private sale. Mr. Curtain, of Jerilderie, reports the following sales : — 1300 weaners for Mr. Waldron, Argoon, to Peterson, and Sargood, Waiinamurra ; (iOOl) ewes for A. R. Buckley, Colombo, to J. Ryan, Jerilderie ; and 200 fat wethers for \V. Cunningham, to A. Smith, butcher, for local consumption. A magnificent young bull, Duke of the Violets, bought by Mr. N. Gilbert at the recent annual sale of ilessrs. C. aud A. Finlay's pure shorthorns at Colac, has arrived at Deniliquin, cu route for Wanvillah. He is a fine wel...

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CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of the W. W. Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 29 January 1879

CORRESPONDENCE. ( To the Editor of the llr. Ilr. Express ) Sin, — Mr. Arnold's steam-threshing machine is now at Mr. Dunn's, and I have been so struck by the exccllcucc of the machine that 1 would strougly recommend all who require one to see it at work. It not ouly takes out every main without battcrinc the straw to pieces, but it delivers the grain in live diffe rent samples; the chaff, white heads, and broken straw are all kept separate. Another great advantage is that the straw is elevated to such a height, that building the straw stack is a very simple affair. — Yours, &c., GEORGE W. COMMINS. Wagga Waaga, 27th Jan., 1879.

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SYDNEY. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 29 January 1879

SYDNEY. Monday. Laycook beat Tricket easily for the Champion Seulliug race. Tuesday, 12.50 p.m. The Suez mail steamer Siam arrived at Adelaide last night. Trickett lias issued a challenge to row Lay cock or any other man within two months over the champion coursc for £200 a-side. Yesterday was kept a close holiday. Fifteen thousand were present at the cricket match. At tlie regatta, the Sydney Rowing Club won the Intercolonial Four-oared race ; Tasinanian crow third. Nkwcasii.i; Races. — Maiden Plate — Sweetmeat, 1 ; Sir Andrew, 2 ; Shamrock, 3. Hurdle Kace — Whalebone, I. Jockey Club Handicap — Dean, 1 ; Secundas, 2 ; Andover 3. Shorts Handicap — Camilla, 1 ; Expectation, 2 ; Free Lance, 3. 7.40 p.m. The Joint Stock Bank has declared a dividend and bonus equal to twelve aud a half per cent. Xo quorum present in the Assembly to-day. The Bulli lock out was amicably settled this morning ; the men return to work on Thursday next, the Company agreeing to recognise the Union. Tlie oHici....

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TELEGRAPHIC. LONDON, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 29 January 1879

TELEGRAPHIC. LONDON, January 23. IxroitMATiOK has been received from Con stantinople to the effect that the completion of a delinite treaty of peace has been delayed, in consequence of Russia insisting that the Berlin Treaty shall be subordinate to it. M. Tesserenc de Bort, Minister for Com merce and Agriculture iu the French Govern ment-. lias reKirmed liis norfcfolio. At Rome, the Minister for justice stated iu the Senate to-day that the friendly atti tude of the Pope rendered certain concessions on the part of Italy desirable. The Berlin Lower House has passed a re solution GoudfeimuDg j;lic Discipline Bill. January 24. Light lias been thrown ou the Balliam mystery by tlie discovery that Me. Bravo procured, shortly before his death, a packet of powders containing antimony, which had been advertised by a Torquay doctor to cure dipsomania. The list of applications for space at the New South VValcs International Exhibition closes on tlie 5tli February. The German aud Austrian Govern...

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QUARTER SESSIONS. TUESDAY, JANUARY 28. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 29 January 1879

QUARTER SESSIONS. Tl'ksday, January 28. '1 nr. sittings of the court of Quarter Sessions were commenced yesterday morning, his honour .Judge Forbes taking his seat. Mr. Docker prosecuted on hclialf of the Crown, and the other members of the Bar present were Mr. G. M. Stephen and Mr. Coutls, with the local members of the pro fession, Mr. Fitzhardinge, Mr. Willnns, ami Mr. J. 1!. Garland, Messrs. Campbell, and Mr. Horg.in. The court having been opened with the usual formalities, his Honour said that as the calendar was a long one he should have to impose a liue on absent jurois. KOlilJliJiV. Alfred Wyndhaui was placcd at the bar on the charge of forging and uttering a cheque amounting to £10, aud a second charge of forging and uttering a cheque for £1. Prisoner pleaded not guilty of forgery, and guilty of uttering on both charges while in a state of unsound mind. The Crown Prosecutor said the state of prisoner's mind would be .1 matter for his defence, aud his Honour entered the plea ...

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ENGLISH ELEVEN V. N.S.W. ELEVEN. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 29 January 1879

English Ei.kves v. X. S. W. Ei.hvks. Saturday. The match was continued to-day. The Sydney meu completed their innings for a total of 240, leaving them eight runs behind the Englishmen. The following are the scores English Woven, iirst innings, 24S. New South Wales Eleven, first innings — A. Banuerniiin, c Lucas, b Ullyett 2S ; Garrett, c Absoloni, Ii Ennnett 12 ; C. Bannernian, c Lucas, b Ullyett 0 ; Murdoch, c Webbe, b Ullyett 70 ; Evans, ruu out 21 ; Alien, b Lucas 0 ; Thompson, b Eminett 50 ; Scale, st Hone, b Eminett 0 ; Massie, run out 30 ; Coates, st Hone, l- Lucas 2 ; Tindall, not out!); Sundries, IS; Total, 240. 3'jUglisli Eleven, second innings — Absoloni, not out 17 ; Ullyett, not out 7 ; Sundries, 5 ; Total, with no wikets down, 29. Monday, (j.o p.m. Englishmen all out for 217. Sydney, 2 out, S3. 7.20 p.m. Englishmen : Absoioni, c Allen, b Evans, 22; Harris, e liauneriuan, b Tindall, 22; Hone, c Thompson, b Evans, 0 : Hornby, b Evans. 20; Lucas, 1) Coates, 15; Penu, c Gar...

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TELEGRAPHIC. LONDON, January 28. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 February 1879

TELEGRAPHIC. LOXDON, January 2S. Die. Lightfoot has been appointed Bishop of Durham, consequent ou the res guation of the Right Rev. Charles Baring, D. D. British troops have occupied Kilat, Igkibzic, aud some other places of minor importance. Candahar was taken poBsession of uu opposed.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 February 1879

From au u'stlietic point of view, the Wagga Court House is not admirable. Tlie severity of its classic exterior may please tlio taste of some, while others, who go into ecstacies over tlie ' touch i of time,'' may fiud beauties in tbe delapidatiou aud dirt which are the interior features of the temple of justice. While a court is sitting, odours, too subtle f.pv any closer definition than Asiatic — 75 per tent ppiuni and tlie balance indescribable — float about t):p ploeo. t)ie watch, by whiclithe celes tial depoueutsweai's bnrosbliie in the un wholesome atmosphere, ss if the ligl^t of Bell aud Black w ins tlntatoned with extinction. Considering the weather j that we have had since Tuesday last, it is indeed wonderful that the ranks of those who are obliged to attend the Court are still without a gnp. His Honour, with resigned aud pensive air, makes the most of the limited ventila tion by ordering all available doors and windows to be opened. But this is of little avail when an ' in...

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STATE OF THE RIVER. JANUARY 31, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 February 1879

STATE OF THE IUVEH. Jancaky 31, 1870. i ft. in. (iuml&g&i...... ? ? 2 0 Jiisiug slowly. W.a^ga Wagga ? j 7 Risiug slo^rly. j WAGrGrA WAGGA EXPRESS. | SATURDAY, FEBRUARY !: 18'9

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MAIL STEAMERS [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 February 1879

AI4.IL steamers Via Sl-e?, Via Sax FitANcisro. | LtiAVU | Melbourne, Fob. 21 | 8j'duey, Feb. i?7 j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 February 1879

Special Advertisements. |J N I O N BANK O F AUSTRALIA. JJstaljIielxcd 1837. Raiil-up Capital ? £1,600,000. Reserve Funds ? £780,000. The Bank undertakes all descriptious of j Bamuxg and Exchange Business. j WAGGA WAGGA : GEllALD T. BAKER, Manager. jU MR. T- HILLAS, M.R.C.S.E., Consulting and OtEBATiNn Rviiokon and Accoucukdb, OCULIST AND ADBIST. Late Honorabv Surgeon to the Ai.vrf.o Ho.sfitai4 Mei.uotokr. Late four j'cars llesident Surgeon, aud fourteen years Honorary Surgeon to tlie Ballaarat District Hospital, MAV be .consulted daily at HUNTLEY COTTAGE, Gurwood-street, Wagga Wagga, (formerly the residence of the late f-r, «0l-ju60ii). HASTINGS CUNINGHAM AND COMPANY (LIMITED), WOOL BROKERS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, AUSTRALASIAN WOOL STORES, Collins-street, West, MELBOURNE. TT7'E beg to notify the Woolgrowers of the Murruin -- bidgee, Lachlan, and D.irling districts that we arc fireparod to make liberal advances on the most avourablc terms U)-ou the Ensuing Clip of Wool, and also u...

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MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 February 1879

ilELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. Wednesday, January 29. Messrs. 11. Goldsbiiodcjii and Co. report Wool : We catalogued 788 bales for our sale to-daj-, consisting chiefly of small lots In ordinary condition, as is usually the case towards tlie close of the season. Prices were well maintained at late rates, and competition 'was brisk, greasy ranging from 61d to 10jd ; and fleece and scoured up to 18}d per pound. No superior clips were offered, In all, 550 bales were Bold. Sheepskins: There was a good attendau&a at our sales held during tlie past week, and we cleared out j; full supply at about late rates. Hie tone of tlie market ic a little firmer, Butcher's green pelts realised from is to 2s each ; do dry do reallsod up to ls Gd each : drv skins realised from 3d to Gjd per lb. Hides.— We 'report having disuosed of a large number of hides during the week, and a fair demand exists for heavy wciLiits. Inferior hides and calfskins are iiegleoted. Oxhides, average sizes, realise...

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THURSDAY, JAN. 30. STEALING FROM A DWELLING. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 February 1879

Thuhsday, Jan. 30. STEALING FROM A DWELLING. Fanny Ryan was charged with steal- I iug a number of articles, the property of William Samuel Hart. A second count charged the prisoner with re ceiving the same articles. Prisoner, who pleaded not guilty, was defended by Mr. Fitzhardinse. The Crown Prosccutor having opened the case, called A. J. Harrison, senior-constable, who deposed that on November last lie re ceived a report of a robbery from Mr. Hart ; a warrant was issued on the 25th November for the arrest of prisoner ; on that evening saw her at the rear of the Albury Hotel, Newtown ; told her of the warrant ; showed her some jewellery — (produced) — 2 rings, 2 lockets, gold chains, four studs and 2 nuggets of gold ; then read the war rant ; she said ' Dear help me, my husband knows nothing about it ; I gave the jewellery back to Mr. Hart, and I believe he would not have prose cuted me only you told him ;' prisoner was searched, but nothing claimed by Mr. Hart was found ; on the f...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 February 1879

MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Wednesday, Jantarv 29. Fat Cattle.— This market was again targelv supplied, 2050 having been entered for Bale, but some lots not coming forward reduced the number y.irdci] to ISflO head. Tlie supply being considerably bevond require* merits, this, together with the extreme beat of the weather, caused a dull demand, aud priecs ruled vcrv low, being from 20s to 30s per bead under late rates, the greatest reduction being on best pens. 1'ritne pens of bullocks sold at from £7 to £8 ; good -lo. , from £510s to £6: second do., from to £5 ; inferior, from £3: b«stpens of cows, from £4 tn £5: others, from 30s upwards. Messrs. J. C. Walkkr and Co. sold to-day 40 bullocke for Mr. Gunst, at £5 & : 100 do. for Messrs. Rudd Brothers to £5 12s Cd. Messrs. Dal. Campbell and Co. sold 15 bullocks for the executors of the late A. XV Macleod, to £7 10s : 7 cows for T. B. Little, and 4 cows for T. Agar, at quotations. Mes«rs Ettkhsiiask, Kaqlkstosk, and Ma.v.v have ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 February 1879

Holloway's Ointment and Pills. — Rheumatic Pains, Tic-Doloreaux. ? These diseases are unfortunately very prevalent in this country, and are fre quently most distressing, sometimes for years baffling all medical skill to al leviate the sufferings of the victim. In no case have Holloway's Ointment and Pills failed to produce a cure. The ointment exerts a peculiar and soothing influence over the nerves and muscles, relaxing spasms and subduing pain. The attack soon becomes milder and the intervals between the paroxysms longer, until they cease altogether. The pills restore the body from a weak and de bilitated condition to a state of health and strength. Persons bedridden fov months with rheumatio pains, aijd swellings, after using the ointment have been cured $n an incredibly short period, — A»v,

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