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WHY PEOPLE DO NOT GO TO CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 February 1879

WHY PEOPLE DO NOT GO TO CHURCH. Perhaps it may be profitable to consider why a large percentage of otherwise good and respectable persons systemati cally absent themselves from public worship. Religion Ls at the preseut moment passing through a phase of transition and difficulty, aud the ship of the Church is rocked to aud fro by the winds of many doctrines. The dread of priestcraft has resulted in the glorification of rationalism, and strong minds who have begun with thought have ended iu doubt. It is not surpris ing that a large proportion of the sheep nominally in the slwepfold have a secret desire to stray from the safe ancl sheltered road pointed out by the shep herd, and it may be reasonably averred that the three principal causes why people shrink from the external observ- j ances of religion are infidelity, moral torpor, and self-will. It is a commonly received notion that men may be more lax about religious practices than women. Tlius if the father of the family stays from ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUMMONS CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 February 1879

Summons Cases. Assault. — Ah Choug v. Stevenson ; ad journed to 4th inst. M 'Alister v. Hoolalian : settled. j ^Destruction ok Phopehty. — Lucy v. ] Steveuson ; adjourned to 4th inst. I

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
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FRIDAY, JAN. 31. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 February 1879

Friday, Jan. 31. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Drunkenness. — Two charges of this kind were dealt with by cautiou and discharge. Mary Thompson, who was also charged with obscene language aud indecent conduct. The Bench fined prisoner £5, or three months in gaol ; and James Murray, charged with drunkenness and obscene language, was also fined £5, or 3 mouths iu caol. Obtaining Goods by Falsi: Pretences.— Joseph Gurst, charged with obtaining goods on false preteuces, was discharged from custody.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
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LAND NOTES. COMING LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 February 1879

laud notes. /_? COMING LAND SALES. « wro ra ? ? Feb. li Deniliquin .. .. Feb, 14 Sumy ' ;; un ttt^VuT'local ™ °Tl!umitWCri la,iC' Rmrke, parish Berry Jony, to start Sm w w eounty of portion 10, and running W i -comer G, W. JouninKs1 50to C,f re , bou'dlu'5' i 4 bounded on tlie E. liya line S o^tht s i ^ °' 2' 1 boundary running E to nolift nf !ln^os to W. Robert Sefgniur 200a. ciuntyBoike Sh commencing at a iwlnt on tl,„ s ?h VVt,!™d^ Creek, about halfa mneN W oUd^ W' IM situated about half a mile f£!i£ tjjat creek, Sandy Creek, aud bounded wTl? by then \\\, S„ and E. t^JSS^SiSX

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 February 1879

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. CORONER'S INQUEST. An inquest was held by the District Coroner, yesterday, at the Railway Inn, on the \Vagga and Albury line, ou the body of a man named William Ross, the circumstances of whose death are detailed iu the following evidence : — Mary Ann Morley deposed that she was the wife of Robert Morley, who was em plsyed on the railway line, and identified the body, the subject of tbe inquest, as that of a man named William Ross, whom she knew slightly, but could not say how he was em ployed, nor could she speak as to his habits ; she occupied a tent close to the line, aud saw the deceased alive on Thursday about half past 12 o'clock, when he came and looked into her tent, and then turned away without saying a word ; his manner frighteued her ; he looked unsettled and wild, and like a man that was under the influence of intoxication, deceased, when he tnrned away, went to the back of tbe tent aud lay down ; as soon as he did so he seemed as if he went to sleep,...

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GEELONG RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 February 1879

GE ELOXG RACES. Hurdle Race — Adullah, 1 ; Dutchman, 2. Trial Stakes— Monarque, 1 ; Terrific, 2 ; Albena, 3. Gcelong Cup — Lord Harry, I ; Tom Kirk, 2 ; Aconite, 3. Produce Stakes — His Grace, 1 : Peter, 2; Queen Bee, 3. Conneware Stakes — Tocal, 1.

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SYDNEY. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 February 1879

SYDNEY. ! I Weduesdav. Messrs. Harnsou, Joucs. and Dcvliu, re port : — We offered 1400 bales of wool to-da3T, and sold C50 ; prices unaltered ; demand hardly so good as last week ; the hulk of wo-d only medium quality. Fleece sold up to 17^d.; greasy to 30d. Friday, 12.40 p.m. f Tlie Assembly last night was occupied iu j i further discussion of the clauscs of tbe I Corporation bill 111 Committee. A protracted debate followed Mr. Brown 'a proposal to omit i the Transit Commissioners Act from tlie schedule of Acts to be repealed und&r tlie new Corporation Bill. The Premier accepted the amendment, but promising to introduce a clause giving the City Council power to I levy a wheel-tax on unlicensed vcliiclcs. Upper House was engaged considering the clauses of the Parliamentary Privileges Bill. The Matrimonial Causes Act Amendment Bill passed without alteration. The report of the A.S.N. Company for tbe past half-year exhibits a loss of 15800, which is attributed to the effects of...

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 31. MALONEY V. M'CORMICK. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 February 1879

Friday, .January 31. -MALOXF.V V. M'CORMICK. This was a cross case betweeen the parties who appeared on the previous evening. Mr. Fitzhardinge appeared for the plaintiff, aud Mr. Garland for the defendant. Damages were laid, as iu the other case, at £50. A verdict for plaiuliff was returned, damages £5. M'FAHLAKD V. ROBERTS, COPLAND AND CO. This was an interpleader from tlie Supreme Court to this District Court, the question to be tried being, whether on the 2'2ud of .November, 18 -S, certain cattle, seized by the sheriff under a warrant against the goods of Alexander M 'Farland, were the plaintiff's, Cbas. M'Farland, as against the executive creditors, Roberts, Copland and Co. Mr. Coutts, instructed by .Mr. Willans, appeared for plaintiff, Mr. Stephen, instructed by Mr. Fitzhardinge, appeared for defendants. Plaintiff proved that on the 2nd March, 187S, lie purchased several head of cattle (including those seized) from A. M'Farland, his brother-in-law, for £50, and produced the sal...

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DISTRICT COURT. THURSDAY, JANUARY 20. (Before his Honour Judge Forbes.) SIMPSON V. SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 February 1879

DISTRICT COURT. I'iiciisday, Jani/akv 20. (Before his Houonr Judge Forbes.) SIMPSON v. SMITH. This was a claim for £2!) for board and lodging. Mr. Garland appeared for plaintiff'. Defendant stated that be had not been given credit for which he had paid Mr. Gar land, for plaintiff agreed to tlie reduction, aud a verdict was given for £24. noon ax v. m'«,ai:i:v. This was an act ion for malicious prosecution. Mr. llorgau for plaintiff, Mr. Fitzhardinge for defendant. Jt appeared from the evi dence that defendant had taken proceedings — by summons — against plaintiff for absent ing himself from his employment. The summons was served upon plaintiffs wife, and upon the case oeing called on, this service was held to be sufficient, and as plaintiff did not appear a warrant was ordered to issue. Plaintiff was arrested upon warrant. He now sought to recover £200 damages. Plain tiff' was nonsuited. HARRIS V. LI0NNKIXY. This was an action of trover to recover damages, £30, for detaining 2(i lam...

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 February 1879

Wedmsuav, Jancaky 22. 1 (Before the Policc Magistiate.) ? Drunk and Disorderly. — Ann Gleesou, a very old offender, was brought up on the above charge, aud was also charged with using tbe most filthy language iu the streets. The Bench fiued her £5, or in default 3 months in gaol. Larceny — Edward Johnston was charged with stealing a hat the property of Peter Kelly, of Newtown. The prisoner was seen taking the hat from the store by Mr. Bye, Kelly s partner, who followed him, and found the property iu his possession. The Bench convicted the prisoner aud sent him to gaol for 3 months. ATTEJiPTiSft ro Take Life. — George Bradley was charged with attempting to take the life of William White, of Tarcutta. The prisoner it appeared bad beeu drinking at White's, aud appears from the evidence to have had a dispute with White about the charge made for refreshments, in the course I of which he used some idle talk about joining the Kellys, as he had a revolver, and said to '\A hite that he would...

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POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 28. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 February 1879

POLICE COURT. Tuesday, January 2S. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Stauuinc and Woundinc. — Augustus John stone was charged with stabbing and wound ing a man named John Johnstone. From the evidence of Constable Glenfiehl, who arrested the prisoner, it appeared that the constable, who is stationed at Urana, went iuto the Cross Roads Inn on Monday last, and while ho was there John Johnstone aud a man named Hutcheson came in, and Johnstone said ' 1 want the police ; ' his clothes were saturated with blood, and he opened the breast of his shirt and displayed a wound about li inches long on the left side of the breast, one on the head, aud another at the back of the neck. He told the constable be had been stabbed, by a man named John stone, with a knife, which he produced, then covered with blood. Constable Glentield proceeded to the saw mills, a mile from tho public house, and there found the prisoner in bed. He refused to get up, and was forced up by tbe constable, who asked him what h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 February 1879

?Someone has suggested that if the inventor of the phonograph would bring out a little machine to be attached to the front door, which would say, wheii the landlord called for the rent. 'Gome again next month,'' it would have a good sale. .So it would : aud if he wanted a name for it he might call it the Poslponograph. Do you feel unrefreshed, languid and devoid of appetite for breakfast in the morning? If so, be sure that there is a want of activity and regularity iu the vital machinery, and that you require a wholesome tonic and corrective. If you put off meditation, positive disease may develop itself. Take a wineglassful at night, in the morning, 'ami in the middle of the day, of ITclolpho Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps, and you | will rise refreshed and with a hearty J appetite. — Anv. , Ail, Mox Dew !--'i .,i.s, we presume, is the extatic exclamation of the Swiss j mountaineer as he lays his hand 011 his diaphragm after tossing off his modicum of ' Dew of the Alps,' as a s...

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NICKNAMES AMONGST THE ENGLISH. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 February 1879

! NICKNAMES AMONGST THE I ENGLISH. 1'itouAULV there has never been a nation whose fondness for giving nick names excelled, or even equalled, the English. The Roman populace was not, indeed, unskilled in the art, but its talent was of a more serious order than could ever find favour with us. The, ' long nose ' of a Scipio was im ....MWnl.'eo.l .it, 1,,™,. „,„1 .Wl ?' little boot ' of a boy soldier once giivo its liauie to the Emperor of the World. But we find even a vulgar centurion, whose? cruelty it was wished to hold up to execration, dignified with a nickname no more opprobious than ?' give-us-another-stick.' The whole vocabulary of Roman names would not supply us with words .so uncomplimen tary as hundreds which are owned as surnames by respectable families in modern England. The French were at one time greatly addicted to the coining of these by-names, and every king in their history has his own estab lished nickname, yet none of tliem can be called insulting in the real sense ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 February 1879

HOIXOWAY'S OlNTMliNT AND PllJ.S. — In all sores, wound, bad legs, and spraii h of ,-uiy kind this Ointment is the most efficient - application. It at once gives ease by allaying inflammation and modomting the flow of blood to the part. Whenever the malady has been of long standing the Ointment should be assisted by H.olloway's purifying Pills, which act upon the stomach and live)', guarding indigestion from falling into that disordered state which the pain, restlessness, aud fever attending these ailments is apt 'to produce, and which much retards recovery, and sometimes even tnakegv serious the slightest case. No mother or nurse should lie without these noble remedies ; tbey are equal lj' applicable to all ages j Ami constitutions. They purify the blood, regulate its circulation, renew I diseased structures, and invigorate the system. — Al-v.

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STATE OF THE RIVER. FEBRUARY 4, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 February 1879

STATU OF THE 1!I YK!!. FEBRUARY 4, lST'.t. ft. in. Cundagai ? 2 0 Stationary. Wagga Wagga ? 1 3 Falling. | ?

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IMITATIVE AND DECORATIVE ART. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 February 1879

IMITATIVE AND DEUOli ATfVJi ART. Lioxaiido said that a peil'i'd ]iictiuv should exactly resemble the reflection of its original in a mirror. That is to say, Lionardo wished pictorial art to be purely imitative, or. at least, he said so. for there is sometimes a great difference between artistic profession and artistic practice. Our modern painters often give much the same account of their principles, but every plain, uncritical person knows that they introc'.uee a great deal more colour into tlieir imita tion than they ever found in nature. I don't blame them for doing so : on tlie contrary, I see that the public pro bably wouldn't look at their pictures if it was otherwise, and ] praise tliem accordingly. But 1 insist strenuously 011 the positive fact that painters do introduce colour for decorative eflect. I have often stood and watched an artist in the very act of reddening a grey rock. If he is an unusually honest one, lie will frankly admit that he does so because that point in...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 February 1879

DEATH. Faiiiey. — Oil the 1st inst., at her residence, Spring Hill Farm, Sarah, tlie heloveil wife of William Fairey, and beloved mother of ?Tane Biggs and Sarah Freer, aged G3 years. WAGGA WAGGA EXPRESS. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1S70.

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DEPARTURES. Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 February 1879

i) i-: p a it t r it i: s . Sunday Hay, via Deniliquin and Vo'ana ].).'? p. m Sj'dnev, via Railway Station P.O ? 4.4.'» p.m Melbourne, via Germanton, Alliun, and Cookardinia ? I'.'.^o a m Monday. Sydney, via Hallway Station P.O ? 4.4.'» p.m Melbourne, via Oermanton and Albury .. lo.iiu a.ui Tuesday. Melbourne, 'v ia Gurniauton and Albui y . . a.m Tareutta ? 11.30 p.m Hay and Narandera . . f- p. in Deniliquin and rrana ? 1.1.') p.m Sydney, xia Itailway Station P.U ? 4.4.'» p.m Wednesday. Kindra. Cownbeo, Mimosa, Marrjr. Hmkeii Dam, The Rock, and Ariab . . a.m Wallaeetown and Rrncedalc .. Noon Clarendon ? .. lf«ii.m Melbourne, via Gennanton, Albur.\, and Cookardinia ? K'.ttO a. in Sydney, via Railway Station P.i- ? t.4.'i p.n Thursday. Melbourne, via Ccrmautnn ami Allmn .. in.;{o :mii Hay, via Deniliquin nnd I'raua llf»p.m Tareutta ? ? ll.tfo p.ni Sydney, via Railway Station p.o ? 4.4.'. p.m Narandera ? .*» p.m Friday. Melbourne, via Gennanton, Albury, and Cookardinia, ? 10.#) p. in S...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 February 1879

Another little flutttor iij, the Hospital dove-cot. A quiet, gentle flapping of wings, this tinio, unattended by any re markable results. Tlie CaI'EL enquiry led to tlie shedding of several feathers | and (he Joss of some tempers. T lie uiediail gentlemen attached to — or lather connected with — tlie institution did not escape the general contagion, and injudiciously exhibited, or badly j hid, ail unmistakeable rising of lmckle. j This time, however, there has lieen ! nothing of the kind. Svery doctor was right in every other one's opinion ; there was a touching exhibition of that true brotherly feeling, which should ahvavs actuate members of the same profession, and which ever shines as the bright distinguishing trait of all Iluyul Colleges of .Surgeons, The difference of oiiinion between | Messrs. OoitxwKu., Mixxhh, and Co. j and the Hospital authorities is one of the simplest character, and yet it bids , fair to bring about complications. I M essrs. Couxwkll, Mixxjiit. and Co. | ...

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POST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA TIME TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS ARRIVALS Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 February 1879

POST OFFICE, WAGGA WACGA T1MK TAB1. ]C OF TUB ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAIL*. ARRIVALS. {Sunday Sydney, via Railway Station I\0 ? 10 a.m Melbourne, via Albury and Gcrmanton . . 2.80 p.ni Deniliquin and Urana ? 4 j».ni Clarendon ? «.30 j».m Monday. Bay and Narandera ? S a. in Albury and Germanton ? --30 p.m Tuesday. Tareutta ? J a.m Kindra, Cowaboe, Ariuh, llrokeu Pain, Mimosa, The Itock, and Murrar .. a.m Sydney, via Railway Station P.O ? 10 a.m ileUHJUine, via Albury, GemmnOoi, and Cookardinia ? *-.o0 p.m Deniliquin and Uratia ? 4 p.m Wednesday. Sydney, via Railway Station P.O ? 10 ;i.m WalLcetoivn and Bruccdalc .11 a.m Melbourne, via. Albury and Ocrm-jnt'jti .. 'J.ftJp.m ; Deniliquin and Unuia ? 4 p.ni j ♦ Tnursday. Tareutta ? 1 a.m ! Huy and Xnraiulen- ? -s n.in | Sydney, via Railway Station P.O. .. 10 a.m j Melbourne, via Allury, Gci-manton, and i Cookardinia ? 2. flu p.m Clarendon ? p.m Friday. Sydney, via Railway Station P.O ? 1' sun Melbourne, via Albury ami Goruianton . . 2.:...

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