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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 22 February 1879

LAND NOTES. COMING LAND SALES. Albuiy.. .. March 12. ' Giotauiuinlra . . March 12. Corona.. .. March 5, 12. -Deniliquiu .. Feq. 24,26, 20; March 12, 19. Haj'1 .. .. Feb. 30, 25 ; Mar. 10, 11, 12, 17, '19, Narandera .. Feb. 20 ; March 12, 19. Uraua . . Feb. 20 ; March 5, 19. Wa«ga Wagga.. Feb. 20 ; March 6, 12, 19. Young.. .. March 12, 1?, Lasd Office.— The following selection was token up at the local Land Office on Thursday last: - John Donnelly 127a, count}' Wyiivard, parish Ueraui bula, being measured portion 68 : Timothy Brien 040a, county Clarendon, parish Warri Warrell. to start from a point on the road from Junec to Sebasta]K-] due S. of the S. W. corucr of reserve 651, then to run N. along the W. boundary of said reserve, then W.r then S., then E., along road to starting point ; Henry Poile 118a 2r, county Clarendon, parish South Juiiee, being measured portion 86 ; Heury Evans SOa, county Win yard, parish Gregadoo, to start from the N.E. corner of William Hamilton's c p. 87,...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 22 February 1879

FiiiuAY, February 21. (Before tlie Police Magistrate.) Indecent Language. — Jaincs Murphy, charged with using intleceut language iu a public jilnce, was fined 10s., with the alternative of one week in gaol. Breach of Bylaws.— John Broaker was fillfid 5s.. nn f.llft infnrnlaimn nf flip. Tnsnpntnr of Nuisances, for allowing goats to stray ; Thomas Byrnes being fined iu a like sum for suffering 3 head of cattle to stray. Wages.— Mary Walker v. Abraham Davis — dismissed Assal-lt Cases.— Powell v. Glazier.— The complainant, with some olbcr lads, put up a tin to throw stones at near tlie house of defendant, aud some of the stones struck the house. 'The defendant afterwards went to complainant's house, am], forcing his way in, caufiht hold of complainant by the ears. The Bench, ou hearing complainant's evidence, dismissed the case. Patterson v. Murphy. — Summons not served.

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POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19. (Before Mr. George Mair, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 22 February 1879

POLICE COURT. Wednesday, February 19. (Before Sir. George Mair, J. P.) Drunkenness. — Mary Brown, convicted of this offence, was lined 5s., or iu default one week in gaol.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 22 February 1879

BIRTH. Fetherstonhai-oh. — On the lOtli inst, at Kern-liill, North Slioru, Sydney, tlie wife of C. Fotherstonhaugli of a son. WAGGA WAGGA EXPRESS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1S71).

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SANDHURST LIVE STOCK MARKET. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 22 February 1879

SAXDHUKST LIVE STOCK MAHKET. Tuesday, I'kdiu'ary 13. Fat Cattle— (130 yarded, one-fourth good to prime, the remainder store's to useful. G.md attendan.c, and last week's improvement fully nnmuiiicd. Messrs. I'owkks, ItrnlKluoni), and Co. report having sold 229 bullocks and cows, fur Messrs. Hame and Stone, A. Ma.'.piecn, Johnson, Penno, Shcchuu, Field, .M.ithcsou, M'Kowne, M'DnniiM, and others-bullocks, £4 10s to a lus ; cows, Li 10s to to 10s. jj Fat Sheep. -4702 forward, only a limited number suitable, and f.ir such prices remain al. last week's rates ; inferior and stores dull of sale. Wethers, 0s 0d to 10= 0.1 ; ewes, 5s to fis. Messrs. I'owkks, HilnlKlt- | KOim, and Co. have sold S19 fur R. JlofTatt, Usaell, and others, at quotations ; and outside S50 stnre sheep.

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MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 22 February 1879

AIELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. Wednesday, Fjwhoary 19. Messrs. It GoLOSRROnon and Co. report :— Wool : We have not held an auction sale this week, hut shall offor on Wednesday next, the 20th insl. News of the opening of the February EalesiB now daily expected, and no doubt we shall havo particulars directly calile communication is restored. Sheepskins: A steady market aud hare cleared out a large supply at about late rates, viz., butchers1 green pelts, from Is 3d to 2s each ; do dry do, 9dt/- Is Cd ; dry skins, inferior to medium, from 3d to 5d per 111 ; do, medium to su|ierior 5d to OM do. Hides : Market well supplied, and a fair demand for superior lots. Light hides and calfskins neglected. Ox-lilden (average sizes) realised from 15s to 24s each ; cowhides, do, 10s u- 14s : Victorian salted -2Jd to 3Jd per Ib ; New Zealand do, Sid to 4jd ncrlb. Tallow: Market health)-, an i.otive demand Existing at quotations for both shipment aud local consumption. Sholce brands ore eagerly s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 22 February 1879

Special Advertisements. HASTINGS CUNINGHAM AND COMPANY (LIMITED), WOOI, UKOKE1W, j STOCK AND STATION A WESTS, I AUSTRALASIAN WOOL STOKES, ! Collins-street, West, I A1ELB0UKXE. WK bug to notify the WooL-rowers of the Miimtin Imlgue, Lachlan, and Darling districts that we are prepared to make liberal advances on the must avuurablc terms upon the Knsuing Clip of Wool, and also upon npproveil smion securities ]Ia% in;; made extensive additions louur already com- j iiasbeen doubled, we a're enabled 'to offer^cimicVf'oV conducting the trade unsurpassed by any firm in the ! that or HKLLISO BHOIvliliS OX1,, Y OX O)M.MIS.S10X we have no interest, cither directly or indirectly, in the purchase of any produce, thereby affording' to our constituents the surest guarantee that, the extreme market value will al all times be secured for their con signments. All Wools, &e., coming forward, coastnisc or hv river, steamers arc insured under open policy whuii desired : shippers are, therefore, ...

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 22 February 1879

HALLARAT LIVE STOCK MAKKET. Wkdnksdav, Fkuiiiaiiv 10. Fat Ciittle.— 4S3 yarde.l, medium to prime; fair attendance ; pens sold at satisfactory prices. Messrs. Fiskkx and UniHi.v have sold 02 for Messrs. Harvey, Andrews, and olhers, bullocks to £8 ; cows to U 5s. Fat Sheep.— 1.1,89* yiirdcd ; hulk medium to good, only .i small proportion suitable ; there was a verv latve ultcndaiMM. Messrs. Fiskkn Mid Cmsos have, solil 922 crossbred ewes fur S. Hardingc to lls; 707 do for Messrs. .I.Logan and (Jo. from 7s to 10s; 1312 merino wethers for .1. Ware t.i 7s .Id : ftlin. principally merino wet here, for W. W. Milne to !)s 3.1 ; 594 mixed sexes f.irT. Kllwn.nl ; 1C3 ewes for .1. P. W-.vUev at ti-s 2d ; 120 mixed sexes for W. Cnm and others at '.Is ; and a small l,.t of crossbred ewes and wethers for Jlr. Banks to 14s (id, the top price of the day.

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LAUNCESTON RACES. FIRST DAY—WEDNESDAY, FEB 19. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 22 February 1879

LAUNCESTON RACES. First Day — Wednesday, Feb 19. Maiden Plate — West Coast, 1 ; Jack's About, 2 ; Ellangowau, 8. Two-year-old (Stakes — Nightmare, 1 ; Bris bane, I. Launcestou Gold Cup — Swiveller, 1 ; Lord Harry, 2 ; British Workman, 3. Cornwall Handicap— Mouarque, 1; Monitor, 2 ; Bishopbnurne, 3. Criterion Hurdle — Cyclops, 1 ; Turpin, 2 ; Victor, 3. Second Day— Thursday, Feb. 20. Selling Stakes— Butcher Boy, 1. All-aged Handicap — Monastic, 1 ; Bishop bourne, 2 ; Stranger, 3. Steeplechase— Greysteel, 1 ; Tamar, 2. Handicap— Swiveller, 1 ; British Work man, 2 ; Waxy, 3. Hurdle Race— Turpiu. 1.

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AUCKLAND. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 22 February 1879

AUCKLAND. Friday. A dreadful colliery explosion has occurred at Kartangat mine, near Otago, causeil by fire-damp. Eight dead bodies, mutilated aud burnt, were found at the mouth of the pit. 25 men are still below, and all doomed.

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MESSRS. WILKINSON, MINCHIN, & LAVENDER'S REPORT. WAGGA WAGGA, HAY, AND SYDNEY. Wagga Wagga, February 21. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 22 February 1879

MESSRS. WILKINSON, 1IIXC1IIX, & LAVENDER'S REPORT. MAGOA WAOGA, HAV, AND SYDXllV Wagg-a Wagsra, February 21. Fat Stock.— We are pleased to note a niarkcl im provement In the Sydney market, cs|iccially in cattle, which arc fully 10s. in advance of last week's quota tions, prime 'quality realising 20s. per lOOlbs. We sold a small lot on account of Mr. Andrew Johnston at current rates. The fat sheep market is unchanged, being if anything slightly better. Store Cattle.— Market still extremely dull. No alteration to note from last week's report. Store Sheep.— Although lliere nre some few buyers about sales ire vcrv difficult to effect, aud onlv choice lots are saleable. Our sales have bean 7020 four and six-tooth owes for Messrs. Swift and Hann to Messrs. Shanahau and Jennings, of Garrawilla station ; and 750 mixed sheep to Mr. D. O'Keefe, of K.irrabiiiTa. llams.— We have this week sold 141 rams on account of Messrs. Swift and liann to Messrs. Shanahaii and Jennings.

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COMMERCIAL. STOCK REPORT EXPRESS Office, February 21. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 22 February 1879

COMMERCIAL. STOCK ItEPOUT. KxrRKSS Office, l'ubruary 21. BlKCR our last rciiort a little rain lias fallen, and after repeated indications of a further fall the weather lias cleared mid become much wwler. The min which lias fallen down the river filled mail}- water-holes. t'Ul much more is required to produce permanent improve ment in the feed. A severe storm apiware to have passed over the whole dictr.ot within the last few days. ItviBltul Hillston, iiiiiklni; xa.1 havoc ninoii|»t fl-n i-npntMinlis ?mil irnli rnnfc I if till' linilS-!S. At. MOSS giul, on the same day, similar effects worccx|wncnccil. At both places referred hi, lieavv rain is reported— at Mossgiel the heaviest for years. The litest accounts from Queensland stale that the we&thor had a^nin be come fine over the greater part of I lie colony, the only exceptions hcinu' 11 few slnt-ions alone the coast, and Nauantro, Ravcnswoml, and St. Oonrce, where the skj was overcast, and a few showers iit (ioontliwimli. On ...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 22 February 1879

MELBOURNE LIVE .STOCK MAKKKT. Wedkksdav, Ferruaky 19. Fat Cattle.— 17S0 forward, the greater proportion well suited to requirements. Good attendance, lint in consequence of the large number varded prices receded about 10s. Prime bullocks, £8 to £0 ; good do., £ii 10s to £7 10s : best cows, £5 t'j £0 ; second do, U to £4 10s. Messrs. J. G. Dat'OiUHTY aud Co. sold SO bullocks for J. Callan to tS : 42 do aud cows for T. Whilehead to £0 7s (id ; 33 do, from Seymour, U- £7 4s (id ; 33 do for P. F. Darcy and Sons to £S 2s Gd ; 22 do for Messrs. Egun Bros, to £8 2s 8d ; 21 do for Mr. Christopher to £7 ; 21 do for Mrs. W. Little to £0 2s Od : 20 do for S. Parker to £7 2s 6d , 20 do f jr R. Milne to £7 Tn : 20 do and cows for .1. Fitzgerald to ±\S 12s Od. Messrs. Kino and Cukixoham have sold 05 for J. Nicol to £7 Ss ; 30 for M. Macalistcr to £7 2s (Id ; 24 for Mrs. Hodman to £8 ISs ; 7 for Mr. M'CullocIi at £6 10s ; i for Air. Lyall ; and 5 for Messrs. Dickie and Jl'Donald. Messrs. Poivkks, ...

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SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 22 February 1879

SYDSKY LIVE STOCK MAKKKT. TiiuitiiUAr, Febuiakv 20. Messrs. Ginmms -nd Wmvrai report :— l'at Cattle : 7S7 head yarded on M ? lay, principally western iind norlli-ne-len. ctltic, by im.i.I, the hulk of them bum; wasted and cut up. On Thursday :i smaller number came forwai-d than we have had for some months, 3»7 head, the whole of which sold at improved prices, the market closing, firm at an advance of fully 10s. Prime beef may now be quoted at 17s (hi to ISs : medium 15s to lGs per lOOlbs. Fat Sheep : Only (1000 sheep to hand this week. This number would be far short, of our re quirements were it not that the wholesale men bail .1 large supply stiu on uanu. iiiemuiKci rose nuiy is per head on good quality 6hecp, and we qunto prime 001b wethers at !)s (id to 10s ; medium, 7s lid to Ss 0.1 ; others in proportion. Store Stock : \W cannot report any movement as yet iu either sheep or cattle. There are buyers for both, but only at prices in propm-limi to rates lately ruling for fat stock....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 26 February 1879

The Berlin correspondent of the j Times writes: — 'The publication of Dr. j Busch's book containing anecdotes about j Prince Bismarck has caused a great deal of painful sensation in political circles, and nut least so in the Wilheiin strasse. It has been asserted that Dr. Busch had Prince Bismarck's authority for bringing out the book. So far is this from being the case that had the Prussian law enabled the Prince to prosecute the author he would have done so. He wished to prosecute him, but found that there was 110 technical ground to go upon. Prince Bismarck is, however, reported to have manifested serious auuoyance aud dis 1 pleasure at his late secretary's indis cretion.' Holloway's Ointment and Pills. — Abscesses, Erysipelas, Piles. — Unvary- ing success attends all who treat these diseases according to the simple printed directions, wrapped round each pot and box. They are invaluable to the young and timid, whose bashfulness some times endangers life. A little attention, moder...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 26 February 1879

Special Advertisements. Goldsbrougli's Wool Warehouses, Melbourne. j 'li, GOLDSUROUGIT & CO. BLG to announce to the Woolgrowers and Merchants of the Australian Colonies, Tasmania, aud New | Zca'and, that their I Waurhoi'sks aw: now Ukadv J Fur the ' JILX'EPTIOX AND HA LK OF WOOL During the Season, and that they are prepared to make ? LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES, uN J-AVOI'UAIILK TKHMS, On the ensuing Clip of Wool, cither for sale iu this market, or shipment to London. Sales by Public Auction will be held on each Monday and Wkhnusiuy during the Season, and proceeds will be :i;'.id on the Tuesday following.* 1 Aijcy act as Sixmxg Kiiokhhs only, and Constituents ? may rely on their best endeavours to obtain the fullest ? market value for any consignments with which they ? ma- In* favoured. Their well-known Warehouses have been constructed specially for the STOKAG12 and DISPLAY of WOOL to the best advantage, the Sample Kooins being lighted «m an improved principle. The various Ib-outs...

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MODERN KIRKS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 26 February 1879

MODERN KIRKS. Tbe old abbeys and chapels excelled in charms of situation. The site of the kirk has almost invariably been decided I by eminently practical considerations. I It stands as near as possible to the centre of the parish, and for that there are sound autt suuscauttai reasons. | When you may have to ' travel,' as it is expressively called, half a dozen of miles to divine service, half a mile more or less is a serious consideration, and outlying parishioners would have serious grievances if their neighbours were favoured at their expense. Then tbe land that is to be devoted to religious purposes must always fetch more or less in the market, and it would be sacri legious wastefulness giving over fertile soil in a sheltered situation when stones or unkindly gravel would equally well answer the purpose. The church more often than not is perched upon a barren bank, exposed to all the breezes of heaven. There is just as ' snug lying'' in the churchyard as if you had placed it iu ...

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MAIL STEAMERS [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 26 February 1879

MAIL .STEAMERS Via Sukz Via San I'iiancki-o. i.r.ivi: -lell. imnio, M.irehil | Sydiii.v, March 2S

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 26 February 1879

Pleasant Information — It is plea sant for us to be able to communicate to persons suffering from weakness, dyspepsia, nervousness, want of sleep, urinary difficulties, to the aged and decrepit, and those who have impaired their physical or intellectual powers by overwork, the fact that there is -1 safe, certain aud agreeable remedy for their various ills which the most experienced physicians concur in recommending. The article is Udolpho Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps. — Adv.

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STATE OF THE RIVER. FEBRUARY 23, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 26 February 1879

STATE OK XII li RIVER. EmnuAUY i'-, ! S7!l. ft. in. Oumlagai ? 1 0 Falling Wa^ga Wagca ? 1 3 Falling.

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