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PASTORAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 12 February 1879
PASTORAL NOTES. The only truckings at North Wagga are : — 500 fat wethers from Mr. J. Andrew, Berembed station, to Homcbush, Mr. John Crombie in charge. Messrs. Wilkiuson, Minchin, and Lavender, agents. J. J. Parker, trucking agent. Mr. E. G. Brown reports having sold, in conjunction with his Albury agent, 70 bul locks ; aud having let several runs for summer grazing on the High Plain, Kiaudra, to llanaro stockholders. Messrs. St. Baker and Harwood, of Forbes, report the following sales : — On account of Mi. A. G. Jones, Wagga, 9000 ewes, in lamb, bred at Mathoura, to Mr. K. Dowling Genanagin ; on account of Messrs. Fitzsiinous aud Kennedy, 1000 ewes to Messrs. Woolley an Duun ; on accouut of the Queensland National Bank, 7300 mixed sheep, to Mr. John Kilpatrick, of Coradgery (this sale in conjunction with Messrs. B. D. Morehead aii'i Co., Brisbane) j on account of Mr. E. U. Bowler, 82 fat bullocks, to Messrs. M'Millau Bros, and Co. From Cobar we ( I'orbes Time*) learn that Mr. H. B...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE KELLY GANG IN NEW SOUTH WALES. STICKING-UP OF THE BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES AT JERILDERIE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 12 February 1879
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE KELLY GANG IN NEW SOUTH WALES. STICK I NT,- UP OF THE BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES AT JEUILDERIE. A 'I about half-past 8 ou Monday evening great excitement was cxjicrienccd in Wagga by the intelligence that the Kelly gang had made their appearance in Jerilderie, and had bailed up the whole towiiBhip. The intelligence was partly discredited at first, as it was thought unlikely that the bush rangers would quit their apparently securc quarters in the Strathbogic ranges. In ad dition to this, it was cousidered not im probable that others might trade upou the notoriety ot the gang, anil thus endeavour to levy black-mail. Tlie earliest information received was necessarily of the barest possible character. The first operation had been the cutting of the telegraph wires, aud this was followed up by the imprisonment of the telegraph master in his own office, uuder the surveillance of Byrnes. It would appear that at about niiduight on Saturday an enquiry was made at the Jer...
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 12 February 1879
Tuesday, February 11. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Assault. — Edward Stidworthy appeared on summons to answer the charge of assault ing James Bobbins, aud pleaded not guilty. The complainant stated that he was, on Friday last, the day of a pigeon match, in a paddock which formerly belonged to Mr. Monteith, engaged in' shooting birds which got away from the trap and from their boundary. He had been shooting some time aud had killed two or three birds, when two young men walked down with guns under their arms, aud came to where he was under a tree, aud began loading their guns. He told tiiem they might get into trouble if they shot there. Tlic defendant came up and told the young men that if they shot there he would have to summons them, and looking at cpmplaiuaut said, 'I have you here again, Kobbins,' complainant replied, 'You often have me, Stidworthy, aud then told the young men they could shoot auy birds that came out of bouuds from a pigeon match. Defendant then called him a ...
LAND NOTES. COMING LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 12 February 1879
LAND NOTES. COMING LAND SALES. Albury ? ? ? ? Feb. 14 ; March 1*2. OuUi'immlni . . March 1*2. CurowiL . . . . Feb. 14 ; March f», 12. Dctiiliquiu .. Feb. 14, 24, 25, 20; March 12. Hay . . . . Feb. 14, 20, 26 ; Mar. 10, 11, 12. Nartmdcra . . Feb. 26 ; March 12. Urana . . Feb. 20 ; March 5. Wu^ga Wagpa. . . Feb. 2G ; March 5, 12. Young . . . . March 12. Land OfFJCKs. — TJjc selections were taken up at the undermentioned places on Thursday last : — Tujiut : C. I). Bardwcll 100a, Courabyra : E. A6licroft 120a, do.: 11. Downing sen. 50a, Wondaljra; It. Down ing sen. 5fla, Wondalga and Gilmorc ; J. H. Jiruwn 40a, Goldspink ; A. S. Livingstone 53Aa, and J. S. I.ivin^-tonc 48a, Courabyra. Young : -K Lynch 220a, Tliadungra; E. J. Allen 320a, Stony Creek ; J. Scallcy 270a, do.: J. Dwycr 40a, junction of Top and Stony Creeks, Marengo. Deniliquin: C. Fisher 40a, county Wakool, parish Bookit ; G. Berwick 320a, county Wakoul, parish Yadahal ; P. Coyle 224a, county Towns end, parish Werai ; M. Cro...
THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 12 February 1879
THE .MUNICIPAL ELECTION. Till! Municipal election for East Ward took place yesterday, and the ploccediugs were as dull and uninteresting as they usually are. The retirement of the other candidates left Aid. Nixon in possession of the field for South Ward, and in North Ward there was previously; a walk-over for Aid. Bruce. There was but limited publicity giveu to the contest, but the electors of East Ward were ap parently aware of it, although the greaterpart of the town was in complete ignorance that anything of the sort was coing on. The poll was taken at the Court-house, the Mayor acting as returning-oflicer, and Mr. F. Tompsou, junior, as poll-clerk. A waggonette was employed throughout the day bringing electors to the poll, and a coinparativcly large number of votes were recorded. Shortly after four o'clock the poll was declared, and it was found that Aldennau Evans, the re- j turning alderman, had secured a large majority over his opponent, Mr. J. Walsh, the numbers being as fo...
CRICKET MATCH. N.S.W. ELEVEN v. ENGLISH ELEVEN. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 12 February 1879
CHICK ET MATCH. N.S. W. Ei.kven- i'. E.\--;lisii Ei.eves. Saturday. English Ef-evkx. — First innings .. 267 N. S. W. — First Innixos. A. Banncrnian, c lioyle, b Ullyett ... 10 Thompson, c Lucas, b Emmctt ... ... 3 Murdoch, not out... ... ... ... 82 Massie, b Hornby... ... ... ... 3S C. Banuerman, c Penu, b Einmett ... !) Evans, b Emmett ... ... ... ... 5 Gregory, c Ullyett, b Einmett ? 4 Sheridan, c Schuliz, b Emmctt ... ... 0 Spoflbrth, b Emmett . ? 0 Powell, c Hone, b Emmett ... ... 5 Tindall, lbw, b Einmett ... ... ... 0 Sundries ... ... ... ... 15 Total ? 177 1 The Sydney team had lost one wicket in their second innings for 17 (Murdoch 9, run out) when the stumps were drawn. Monday. N. S. 'vV. — Second Innixgs. Murdoch, run out... ... ... ... fl | Thompson, c Ponn, b Emmett ? 0 I Massie, b Emmett ? 7 C. Banncnnan, c Hornby, b Emmett ... 4 Evans, c Emmctt, b Ullyett ... ... ] Tindall, c and b Ullyett ... ... ... 0 Gregory, c Webbe, i) Ullyett ... .. 0 Spoil'orth, c Wcbbe, b Ulyot...
SYDNEY. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 12 February 1879
SYDNEY. Monday. Messrs. Harrison, Jones, and Devlin, re- j port : — We offered 1100 bales of wool at auction, aud have sold about 700, prices fully up to last quotations, no reallj good ] wool sold, fleece up to 17Jd ; greasy to 9fd. ' Sheepskins sold well, best x-rice 7d. j Tuesday, 12.55 p.m. j The total amount collected on account of . the Seamen's Union fund is A'3300. In tlic slander case, J ulian iliomas, better known as 'The Vagabond' versus Joseph Thompson, the bookmaker, a verdict for plaintiff with a shilling damages was returned. Great surprise is felt at the result of the cricket match. The people are disgusted with t.lie whole affair. j A deputation representing cricketing in- | terests waited on Lord Harris, conveying ' their profouud regret at the outrage per petrated on Saturday, aud expressed the j hope that it would not be the means of pre- i venting another English team visiting the colonies. Lord Harris replied that he did i not, for a moment, suppose that the as...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 15 February 1879
Special Advertisements. JJ N I O N B A N K OF AUSTRALIA. EstiiUished 1S37. Capital aud Reserved Funds £2,300,000. The Bank undertakes all descriptions of Banking and Exchange Business. WAGOA WAGGA : GERALD T. BAKER, Manager. jh HASTINGS CUNTNG1TAM AND COMPANY (LIMITED), WOOL BROKERS, STOCK AND STATION* AGENTS, AUSTRALASIAN WOOL STORES, Collins-street, West, MELBOURNE. ? i WE beg to notify the Woolgrowers of the Murrutn bid'gee, Lauhlan, and Darling districts that, wo are prepared to make liberal advances on the most avouruble terms upon the Ensuing Clip of Wool, and also upon approved station securities Having made extensive additions to our already com modious warehouses, by which their storage capacity has been doubled, we are enabled to offer facilities for conducting the tr.ide unsurpassed by any firm in the colonies; and as wc stvktlv confine our business to that of SELLING BROKERS ONLY ON* COMMISSION, wc have no interest, either directly or indirectly, in the purchase of any p...
BEECHWORTH LIVESTOCK MARKET. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 15 February 1879
BEECHAVORTH LIVE STOCK MARKET. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12. \ Fat Cattle.— Messrs. .1. H. Gray and Co. rcjM»rt the j sale of 30 head for Mr. Heach, cows £48 Ss to £5 7s 0-1 ; 40 head for A. Horc, cows £2 15s to £4 2s ; 12 head ior Mr Graham, bullocks £4 to £5; 25 head for Messrs. Rvnn, Auriuht, Gorman, Keigan, O. Jones, and M'Uroy, at full market rates. Fat Sheep.— Messrs. J. H. Gray and Co. report sale of 500 wethers for B. Evans at 7s ; 24 do for Mr. Corker at 7s.
BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 15 February 1879
- BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. w bdnbsday, February 6. fat Cattle. — 297 yarded. Only one good lot (Moles worth's), which were very prime, latere was a full -' attendance, and In consequence of the short supply of ffood beef, and the favourable change in the weather, Best peas advanced about £2 per head; medium qualities were Also fully 10s higher. Best bullocks, £11 10s to £13 ; cows, £7 to £9 17s Od. Messrs Fibres' aud Gibson have sold 48 head for Messrs. Pimblett, M'Kenzie, and others, bullocks to £6 17s Od, cows to £9 12s Od. Fat Sheep.—' 13,150 yarded ; by far the larger portion of the supply more suitable for the grazier than the butcher. There was an average attendance, and the tone of the market firmer, especially for all classes of stores. Messrs. Fisken and Gibbon have sold 1419 crossbred and merino wethers for T. Ellwood ; C0I merino wethers for J. M'Kenzie ; 747 merino wethers for J. M'Donald ; 110 ewes and wethers for D. Cameron ; 241 ewes for M. O'Neil ; 200 ewes and we...
SANDHURST LIVE STOCK MARKET. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 15 February 1879
SANDHURST LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday, February 11. ' Fat Cattle.- 325 yarded. A few pens prime. The bulk from middling to stores. Owing to the small number forward best pen6 dold at an advance of 15s to 20b, other sorts did not improve in proportion. Bul locks, £4 10s to £7 20s,*cows, £3 10S to £0. Messrs. Powbb 8, Rutherford, and Co. have sold 105, mostly Srime quallty,'for Messrs. J. Horwood, Johnson Bros., , Roche, J. Johnston, E. Malheson, J. Fawcett, aijd others, at quotations. Fat Sheep.— 6471 penned, n fair proportion suitable to tbe trade. Notwithstanding the small supply we have do improvement in prices to report. Stores sell proportionately higher than fat sheep. Messrs. Powbbs, Rutherford, and Co. have sold 1000 for Messre. B. Moffatt. aijld others at quotations, which are*— wethers, Oe 6a to 10s ; ewes, 4s Cd to 7s Od ; and outride 1263 ewes at full rates. .
MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 15 February 1879
MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. Wednesday, February 12. Messrs. It. Goldsbrouoit and Co. report :— Wool : We held a wool sale at our rooms on Monday, and dis posed of a total of 909 bales. A few parcels were passed in owing to -owners' ideas of value being slightly above market rates. The catalogue consisted princi pally of mixed lots of medium to average sorts, no flrst-ql^*8 wools being forward, as is generally the case at the close of the season. Average wools maintain their value, but crossbreds and inferior are decidedly lower. They sold greasy from 7d to lOd per lb, and and scoured up to 17J-1 per lb. Sheepskins : We cleared out a full supply at prices similar to those last quoted. There i6 a good demand, and all offering meet with ready sale. Butchers' green pelts realised up to 2s each ; do dry pelts, up to Is Cd cach ; drv skins, inferior to medium, 3d to 5d per lb ; do, medium to- superior, 5d to Gjd per lb. Hides : market well sup plied during the past week, and is stea...
MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 15 February 1879
MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Wednrhdav. February 12. Fat Cattle. — Number entered 1500 bend, but some lots not coming forward reduced the number yarded to about 1400, the bulk sound and middling. The short supply of last week, the favourable change in the weather, caused a brisk demanu throughout, best pens selling at fully 20s. per head over late quotations, while middling descriptions may also be quoted lOts. per head higher. Prime bullocks £8 to £9 15s : good do., from £7 to £7 15s ; cows, from 10s to £0 15s : good do., from £4 10s to jtfi. Mossrs. Dal. CamitklIj and Co. sold 40 cows and bullocks for J. Evans ; and drafts of cows for Messrs. T. E. Little and W. Cox, at quotations. Messrs. John Geo. Dopgiiarty and Co. sold 03 bullocks for Mrs. O'Donohue, to £0 17s Cd ; 60 bullocks and cows for De Arcy, to £7 lfts, and cows £417sGd; 43 bullocks and cows for J. lleid, to £10 15s, and cows £3 7s 6d ; 38 bullocks for J. Quiim, to £8 ; 35 do. and cows for E. Fanning, to £0 2s tid, and ...
THE GUMLY COMMON. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 15 February 1879
THE GUMLY COMMON. Mil. M'ElHone moved the adjournment of the House to call attention to a great wrong which had been done to the people of Wagga Wagga bv the Minister for Lauds (Mr. Hoskins), and his predecessor (Mr. Farnell). A person named Donnelly, who leased a run out- j side the boundary of the town of - Wagga Wagga, had been allowed to purchase -J Ji) acres ot tiie jown uom inon of Wagga Wagga by virtue of improvements erected by him, well knowing the land to have been surveyed at the time. The land was reserved as a travelling stock reserve many years ago. Mr. Donnelly owned .some fifteen miles frontage to the Murruinbidgec, in different blocks, but this would not do for liini : he must also go and put im provements on the reserve, knowing it to be a. reserve, and Mr. Hoskins, who, lie thought, would have done his duty to the public — [Mr. Hoskins : I think I did.] lie very much doubted it. [Mr. Hoskins : I do not think you are a judge.] The lion, member had been too long a l...
MESSRS. WILKINSON, MINCHIN, & LAVENDER'S REPORT. WAGGA WAGGA, HAY, AND SYDNEY. Wagga Wagga, February 14. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 15 February 1879
MESSRS. WILKINSON, MINCHIN, & LAVENDER'S REPORT. WAGGA WAGOA, HAY, AND 8YDKEV Wagga Wagira. February 14. Fat Stock.— Tiie fat cattle market in Sydney con tinues linn at late quotations, which arc still low, befct beef being only worth from 15s to 17s fid per 100 lbs. We have forwarded two email lots to our Sydney agents. The sheep market on Thursday at Homcbush was fully Cd to Od lower than on the previous Monday, best wethers making only Ss Sil, and ranging down as low as 5s 9d. We sold 500 very good for Mr. J. An drews, of Bcrembed. Store Cattle.— The market for this class of stock is still as dull as it could possibly be. We have several lots, in large and small numbers, close handy for in spection, for which we should he glad to treat at most reasonable rates. Wo have sold 400 bullocks, at Goulburn, at auction, in conjunction with Messrs. Finlay and Co. Store Sheep.—' There is still a fair enquiry for good store sheep, if young and sound. Our sales have been 7000 ewes fo...
THE BIRTH OF THE MARSUPIAL YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 15 February 1879
THE BIRTH OF THE MARSU PIAL YOUNG. Tin: following letter appears in the Queciit-hvidn- : — '' Sir, — Thousands of marsupials have been killed upon this station, and great numbers have been carefully examined in order to solve the questions as to how the young ones are born, and how they become attached to the teats of the mothers. Until a short time back nothing definite was arrived at, except ing that the scientific idea' — of the doe manipulating its young and placing it upon the teat — seemed to be impossible, for the young animal was frequently found not bigger than a large-sized pea, firmly attached to the teat, and in such .an embrvotic state that it even did not appear to have a mouth. How could a kangaroo, even if furnished with deli cate fingers, handle it at all ? ' 1 have long had the idea that the teat (which is longer than one would sujipo.se necessary for the use of the young animal) was a 'Fallopian tube, :: and that the embryo coming down it, from the source of gener...
COMMERCIAL. STOCK REPORT. EXPRESS, Office, February 14. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 15 February 1879
COMMERCIAL. STOCK REPORT. Exfmsb Offlcc, February 14. Sincb our last report we have had come rain, mnount ing in all to *G5m. The weather has been threatening upati many occasions, but locally this Is all that has fallen. From many places in the vicinity we have accounts of a much heavier full. The following are the passings of stock at Deniliquin for the Yictonta markets for the week Sunday, 2484 sheep (Rickctaon's), which will be trucked at Echuca on Monday, to Dougharty and Co., of Mel bourne, for the 16th'e market ; Monday, 210u (M'Bean'e), were trucked to Walker and Co.; Tuesday, Messrs. Wooldridgc and Wren trucked 50 fat cat lie (Mabyn's), 10 head out of CO being sold here to Peek, Hudson, and Rnynor ; 125 store cattle passed on Monday for Barham, Doupliarty's station. The- wool passings were 373 bales during the weck.—DcmYtflWH Chronicle. In the local market, the following transactions are reported Messrs. Hand and Tompson re|-ort having sold 60 fat cattle for Mr. J. Andrew, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 15 February 1879
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