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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 March 1879
Special Advertisements. Goldsbrough's Wool Warehouses, Melbourne. R„ GOLDSBROUGH & CO. BEG to announce to the Woolgrowers and Merchants of the Australian Colonics, Tasmania, and New Zealand, that their Warehouses are now Ready For the RECEPTION AND SALE OF WOOL During the Season, and that they are prepared to make LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES, ON favourable terms, On tlie ensuing Clip of Wool, cither for sale in this market, or shipment to London. Sales by Public Auction will be held on each Monday and Wednesday during the Season, and proceeds will be paid on the Tuesday following. Tucy act as Selling Brokers only, and Constituents may rely on their best endeavours to obtain the fullest market value for any consignments with which they ma- be favoured. Their well-known Warehouses have been constructed specially for the STORAGE and DISPLAY of WOOL to the best advantage, the Sample Rooms being lighted on au improved principle. The various Rooms are convenient to cach other, and the W...
BEECHWORTH LIVESTOCK MARKET. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 March 1879
BEECHWORTH LIVESTOCK MARKET. I Wednesday, February 26. Fat Cattle. — Messrs. J. H. Gray and Co. hive sold 11 from J. M'Cne, bullocks £4 to £6 5s, cows £4 ; 5 for Mrs. Kay, to £5 2s Od ; 23 for Mr. Doig, £4 to £'- 5s; 8 for Mr. M'Alieee, £4 ; 2S for Messrs. Crosthwaite and M'Caul, bullocks £3 9s to £0 5s: 18 for Mr. Uriggs, bullocks £3 15s, cows £3 7s; OU for J, Hanson, bullocks £4 5s to £7 15s, cows £3 15s ; 30 from J. Wellington, bullocks £4 7s 0d to £5 18s, cows £4 5s; 24 from J. and P. Creemcr, bullocks £5 7s Cd to £C 15s, cows £5 10s. Store Cattle. — Messrs. J. H. Gray and Co. have sold 49 for Messrs. Crosthwaite and M'Caul, bullocks £2 9s to £2 10s, cows 30s ; 10 for J. B. Finney, £4 35s, Fat Sheep.— Messrs. J. H. Gray and Co. have sold 380 from the Billabong, 10i 2d : 325 from J. (Ccogh, 7s.
BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 March 1879
BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. Wednesday, Febri'aky 26. I-at Cattle.— 532 yarded, principally medium and light, a fair attendance, but hist week's rates were not sustained, and prices about 10s lower. Messrs. Fisken and Gibson sold 30 bullocks, for Mr. (^uinlan, at an average of £G 7s Od ; 31 head, for Messrs. Andrews and Pyke, at market rates. Fat Sheep. — 14,129 yarded. A large proportion good to prime, balance medium to inferior., fair attendance of buyers, but the market opened dull. Messrs. Fisken and Gibson sold 507 crossbred wethers, for the Hon. J. Cumming, at from lis to 13s 7d ; 843 crossbrcd wethers, for Messrs. J. Long and Co. to lis ; 241 merino do, for name, to 9»; 21S crossbreds, for W. Murray, at from 7s S:l to 14s : 425 merino wethers, for Mr. M'Kcnzie at 7s 2d ; 787, for R. G. Armstrong, to fls iW ; 122 for Mr. Cauipbefl : 0; mixed sexes, for C. Hadlanrl ; 498 mixed sexes, for G. Trewin and Sons, to 10s ; 58 ewes tor Mr. Lay, to 9s.
SANDHURST LIVE STOCK MARKET. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 March 1879
SANDHURST LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday, Fkhki-ary 25. Fat Cattle.— S10 yarded, not more than one-third suited to the trade, being from good to prime quality, the remainder inferior to good stores. For all sorts there was a decline of from 5s to 10s per head. Messrs. Powers, Uuthehford, and Co. sold 320 head, mixed sexes, for Messrs. J. Watson, Martin, Douglas, Moor head, W. and a. M'lv.iv, Shaw, Priestly, Barnet, Shcchan, Penhallurick, Ryan, Enviti, Leslie, Rae, Wcsiblade, Mathcson, Louder, and others, at quota tions, which are— bullocks £5 to £7, cows £4 to £5 10«, stores at proportionate rates. Fat Sheep.— 0411 penned, of which one-fourth were 6old as mutton, the balance useful stores. A good deniHnd at last week's rates. .Messrs. Powers, Kctukk tord, and Co. quote wethers Cs Gd to 10s Od, ewes 5s to 8s, stores in proportion ; and have sold 041 for Messrs. Coutts Bros., Mulliti6 aud Sons, ajid others', to top quotations.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 March 1879
Wednesday, February 2G. Walter Cooper, on bail, appeared at the Central Police Court, on l-emand, yesterday afternoon, charged witli having unlawfully - and violently assaulted John Henniker Heaton, with intent to do him grevious bodily harm. Sir George Lines, referring to Mr. Hicks's name being mentioned iu the evidence taken 011 the previous hearing, said that the question put did not refer to the editor of Sydney I'vnch. Martha Williams, examined by defendant, deposed : Know Mr. Heaton. Saw him and you on the 15th February. Mr. Heaton came into Underwood's bar aud got behind us. Yon came down the steps after him. Mr. Under was behind the bar also. Mr. Heaton said, ' Protect me from this man,' and pushed me up against you. You did not attempt to pass me. Mr. Under wood caught hold of you, and put hiin 011 to the ice chest. You had nothing in your hand. Mr. Heaton seemed much excited. Saw him get over the counter. He might have struck him self in getting over the counter. By Sir Ge...
MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 March 1879
MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. Wednesday. February 20. Messrs. R. Goldshrouqh and Co. report. Wool : We catalogued 1255 bales and 120 sacks, and had a good attendance, and brisk competition up to late rates. Lots chiefly email, and as is generally the case at the close of the season were principally in inferior to ordinary condition. In sill wcsold 95--bales, inferior to average greasy, Od to 30Jd, and washed, 12d to 20d. Sheepskins : Market well supplied, we have dis|n-seil of the bulk offering. Butcher*' green pelts up to 2s 3d each ; do. dry pelts up to Is Ss each ; dry skins, inferior to medium. 3d to 5d per lb.; do. medium to superior, 5d to 0$d per lb. Hides: We have di*|H-se-d of a large number throughout tho past week. No changc to report. Ox hides, average sizes 35s to 24s cach ; cow hides, do. do., 10s to 14s each ; Victorian salted, 2£d to 3id per lb. Tallow : At our sale hold yesterday wc clcared out a full supply at quotations. A ijood demand for both shipment and lo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 March 1879
Byass, secretary to the Protestant Alliance Friendly Society, aud whose clothes were found on the beach at Cheltenham, has been arrested, charged as a defaulter. He was discovered in South Gipsland, where he was hidden iu the busk A max was seen coming out of a Texas newspaper office with one eye gouged out, his nose spread all over his face, and oue of his ears chawed off. To a policeman who interviewed him he replied — ' I didn't like an article that 'peared iu the paper last week, an' I went in ter see the man who writ it.' He war there, stranger.' A woman being told that some tobies, in the Russian department of the new French Exhibition were being made of malachite, exclaimed, ' M y goodness ^ I thought Malachite was one of- the prophets.' An apparent anomaly explained. Persons apparently in the possession of vigorous health are frequently unable to undergo even a slight amount of exertion. This disability is usually the result of local weakness. When it exists, physical effort...
MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 March 1879
MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Wednesday, February 20, Fat Cattle.- -2000 head forward, mcluiijng some prime and good, but the bulk second and middling, demand dull, especially towards the close, and prices receded froru 15s to 20s wr he.nl from last quotations. Prime bullocks £7 10s to £9 ; good do, from £4 to £4 10s ; inferior, from £2 10s upwards. Messrs. Richard Gibson and Co. sold 318 for Messrs. Eddington and Sons, K. M'Leod, Glover and Edwards, J. M'Lood, J. Heneton, A. Smith, and D. Scott. Messrs. King and Citntkoiiam have sold 05bullockB forG. Armytage, to £8 10s ; 40 for R. B*th, to £5 12s Od ; 72 for Mr. Dunderdale, to £7 ; 9 cows for Mr. Hnrstmnn, at £4 7s Cd ; 11 bullocks for J. Rintoul, to £0 17s Oil. Messrs. FoivKRS. Rutherford, aud Co. sold 19 for J. Pruden, iit £5 12s 0d ; 28 for R. R. Woolcott, at £5 3s 2d. Messrs. Prck, Hudson*, and Ravnor have sold 533 for Messrp. D. Manson, 'W. Manson, M. Mackintosh, Wrigglesworth, Moore, Davis, Carr, Frietag, M'Carthy, 1). Fergus...
THE UNVEILING OF CAPTAIN COOK'S STATUE. THE GOVERNOR'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 March 1879
THE UNVEILING OF CAPTAIN j COOK'S STATUE. ; ? . i The Governor's Speech. At the unveiling of Captain Cook's statue 011 Tuesday his Excellency said : ' Ladies and Gentlemen, I am glad that before the close of my official connection with New South Wales the pleasing duty should have devolved upon me of uin eiling to-day the statue of a man, of whom, as a citizen of the mother country, and a discoverer of this land, we may all feel justly proud. 1 mean Captain James Cook, R.N. (Cheers.) It is the statue of one wlio, by his own abilities aud industry,- raised himself from a very humble position to the highest reputation. Celebrated as his name is in every part of the world, and justly so, he acquired this distinguished reputation, not by any single act of dashing intrepidity, but by persistent labour, at iirst in obscurity, and by deep and life-long devotion to duty. His ambition was rather to execute thoroughly the work that naturally laid before him than to make himself a nauie ; the ...
MESSRS. WILKINSON, MINCHIN, & LAVENDER'S REPORT. WAGGA WAGGA HAY, AND SYDNEY Wagga Wagga, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 March 1879
MESSRS. WILKINSON, MINCHIN, & LAVENDER'S REPORT. WAGGA WAGGA, HAT, AND SYDNEY' , Wagga Wagga, February 28. Fat Stock.—' The fat cattle sales this week in the Sydney market were hardly 60 firm as the previous week. The Sheep Market showed an improvement of one shilling. We sold, at the Homebush Yards, a small draft of bullocks for Mr. Robert M'Entyrc, of Glenfleld, from £5 12s to £11 10s, the latter being the highest price this season. Store Cattle still continue dull of sale, although lower rates are asked than wc have seen for many years. Wo turned one lot back to Braidvvood, owner preferring to hold longer rather than accept offers made here, we have one large mob under offer which we hope to report next week. Store Sheep.— Fair enquiries for young ewes and weaners, but not much business doing. Our only ealc this week has been 2400 6 and S-tooth wethers for 3fr. John Smith, of Kyatnba, to Messrs. Warmoll and Blarney.
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 March 1879
IMPOUNDING^. At Betlnmgra, Feb. 12, from Warrai Wirral : — Chesnut in are, HV near I shoulder, blaze, off hind foot white, broken, 4yrs. Will be sold March 6. . At Jugiong, Feb. 15, from Wedge galong: — Bay mare, like ^ in circle near shoulder, star, 4yrs., 15 hands. Will be sold March 13. At Clarendon, Feb. 18, from Teuandra Park : — Bay horse, blotched braud near shoulder, like HW off ribs, aged, 15 bands : — Brown cob mare, M over 3 with K in diamond near shoulder, aged, 15 hands. Will be sold March 13. At Ten-mile Creek, Feb. 20, from Ten-mile Creek : — Brown mare, star and snip, JTK over like GG over 5 neor shoulder, saddle-marked, black points, long tail, aged, 15 \ hands. Will be sold March 13. Also, on the 21st, from Ten-mile Creek : — Yellow bay draught horse, star and snip, like CO near shoulder, M over Y ofi shoulder, both hind feet white, the near one enlarged, collar-marked, long tail, aged, 15| hands ; bay horse, star and snip, half-circle over M over like FC over au i...
COMMERCIAL. STOCK REPORT. Express Office, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 March 1879
COMMERCIAL. STOCK REPORT. I Kxi'Krsb Oiticc. February 28. During the past week, the days have liccn uarni nml the inirhts cool, but the Indications of a charge, which have been frequent, have passed without any fall of rain. To night there was apiin every appearancc of a change, but tiouc has t*ikcn place, «»d b.v miJuiubt the cky was unclouded. Down the river, the wcuther has been very changeable. A very low temperature has succeeded n. dose, huiold, atmosphere, which was pre ceded by hot, dry weather. At Booliinil, they have been favoured with rain. Around Mossfficl 86 much as seven inches of rain is said to have fallen ; from the Iranhoe neighbourhood about five inches. J» the Tuniut district autuuni has set in, and the first slight frost of the season has been experienced. From Sueensland wo learn that fine weather has prevailed irouphout the southern and centrul divisions of the ^ colony ; there was, however, a storm a* Cuiutainulla, aud light showers fell at one or two station...
INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 March 1879
INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. New South Wai.es. A DISASTROUS file occurred ou Mon day at Milltown, destroying Robert M'Cleery's ho'.el iind chaff-shed. The hotel contained 1 1 rooms and kitchen, and the chaff-house, which was very largo, adjoined, containing 25 tons hay, 000 bushels corn, and a quantity of oats, besides the engine and machinery. The grog and furniture in the hotel were saved, though the furaiturewasdamaged. Ihe chaff-house and stock are insured in the City Mutual for £1000 ; the grog and furniture for £500 in United Insurance Co. The hotel was the property of Mr. Crilly, and was un insured. It is supposed that sparks from the stove chimney in the kitchen, dropped into the chaff-shed and ignited the hay, thus causing the fire. A young man named Martin Cass, while working on a farm near Cowra last Saturday, got entangled in the thrashing machine, and died on Sunday from the injuries received. The telegraph wires were cut on Monday morning or Sunday night be tween Ilowlong and A...
POST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA TIME TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 March 1879
POST OFFICE, 'WAGGA WACGA TIME TABLE OK TIIK AltlUVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. Sunday Sydney, via Railway Station r.() ? 10 a.m Melbourne, via Albury and Gcnnanton . . 2.30 p.m DenlUuuin aud Urana ? 4 p.m I Clarendon.. ? ? -1.30 tun I Monday. ILiy and Narandera x. . . S a.m Albury and Gernianton ? -.*30 p.m Tuesday. Tareutta ? 1 n.in Kindra, Cowabec, Ariali, Broken Dam, Mimosa, Tlic Ruck, aud Marrar . . .1 a.jn Sydney, via Railway Station P.0 ? 10 a.m Melbourne, via Albury, Gcnnanton, ami Cookardini'a .. .. .. .. 2.H0 p.m i Deniliquin and Urana .. .. 4 p.m j Wednesday. Sydney, via Railway JsUition P.O. ..10 a.m i Walbcelowii and Urucedule .. ..11 a.ni - Melbourne, via Albury and Gernianton . . 2.:jn p.m 1 Deniliquin aud Urana ? 4 p.m [ Tnursday. i Tareutta ? ..1 a.m 1 Hay ond Narandera .. S a.m 1 Sydney, via Railway station P.O. . . W a.m Melbourne, via Ailurv, Gcnnanton, and ' Cookardinia ? 2.30 p.m ' Clarendon ? C.:W p.m ; Friday, \ Sydney, via Railway Station P.0 ? 10 a.m...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 March 1879
Shipping. ORIENT LINE OF STEAMSHIPS TOR LONbON. VIA THE SUEZ CANAL. Tlie full-powered steamships of this lin- ?arc built and fitted expressly for earryinj Passengers 011 long ocean voyages ; they arc each of about 4000 tons register, and mak( the voyage in about 40 days. They are fitted with punkahs, attached to the mail) engines, and steam -heating apparatus on the mosl approved principle, and are thoroughly venti lated for the tropics. The next departures will be : — Stcuuier From Sydney From Melbourne GARONNE ? Mareli 7tli March 15tli JOHN EI.DKIl — April 5tli April 12th CHIMliOKAZO .. May Gill ? Mu.vl2l.li To be followed every month by a similar steamer. The s.s. GARONNE will be in Neutral Bay from the 1st March to the date of sail ing, during which time the steam-tender AGKNOKIA will leave the Circular Quay daily, at 3 and 4 o'clock p.m., to convey in tending passengers to and from the steamer, free of charge, passes for which can be ob tained from the agents. Fares to London, ...
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 March 1879
Saturday, Fi:w!uapy 22. Defendant quoted from Stone, s Justices' Manual, page 139, and Rescue's Digest, to show that com plainant was bound to answer his question as to how he became informed that he (defendant) was about to leave the colony. 1 lie Bench decided that they would adhere to tli iir previous decision, and not allow the question. Frank Underwood, licensed publican, deposed ; Know defendant and com plainant Saw complainant about ten minutes to 1 o'clock last Saturday. Saw complainant run into uiv house, on the King-Street side. He ran down the two steps, and went as far behind the bar as he could, saying ' Save me from this man.' Instantly afterwards 1 saw defendant rush in down the steps. I laid hold of defendent by the arms, as I saw he was making for com plainant. lie was trying to get away from me when I threw him back on the ice chest. Complainant got over the bar outside. Defendant went up the steps. He appeared to be in a rage. Saw no assault. Handed de fendant o'l...
THE COOPER ASSAULT CASE. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21. (Before the Police Magistrate, and Mr. Fowler, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 March 1879
THE COOPER ASSAULT CASE. Friday, February 21. (Before the Police Magistrate, anil M r. Fowler, J.P.) Walter H.ami'so.v Cooper, on remand, on bail, was c-iarged with having un lawfully and violently assaulted 011c John Heimiker Heaton, with intent to . do liim grevious bodily harm. Sir George limes, instructed by Mr. W. Roberts, appeared for the prosecution. Sir George Lines, in opening the case. , said that lie did so wi^h considerable feelings of pain to himself, as the defendant had hitherto held a very good position in the profession to which ho himself belonged. He had, however, a ? duty to perform, and the circumstance . show tliat it was an imperative necessity oil the part of his client, Mr. Heaton, . to endeavour to put down such a : wanton outrage with the strong anil of the law. All who who wished to see law and order conserved in the city must agree that it was his imperative duty to proceed with the prosecution. Sir George limes then proceeded to detail the whole circums...
MEN WHO BORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 March 1879
MEN WHO BORROW. Lending has been defined as ' giving interest and receiving thanks,' and the description is not a bad one. The Globe says : — Few favours ever meet with so little gratitude as loans of any descrip tion. The proverb says, ' Who goes a borrowing goes a sorrowing,' but iu the end it is the lender who lias to sorrow — that is, 11 lie cares to see his borrowed goods again. Rare it is to find a man who will repay borrowed cash punc tually, rarely yet the friend who will return a borrowed umbrella at all. Borrowing is the secret form of begging, as it is the racist shameless. People who would not ask the gift of a penny have no hesitation in requesting the loan of j£5, though they must he aware at the time of making tlie request there is little chance of the debt ever being repaid. Yet, if refused, they will say with much virtuous indignation He actually refused merely to lend the ] money. I did not ask for a gift.' No borrower ever does that, but iu most eases the loan bec...
FUGITIVE CONVICTS FROM NEW CALEDONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 March 1879
FUGITIVE CONVICTS FROM NEW CALEDONIA. Last Tuesday evening (says the Mackay Mercury of February 8th) five escapees from New Caledonia arrived at Mackay, via Bowen, per the northern steamer, they having beeu forwarded hare by Inspector Armstrong. Most of them had been only two months landed in the French colony when they made their escape. Tliey appear to be more intelligent than the last two landed here. Their names are Louis Ouvrard, engraver, Angers, Marne-et- Loire ; Schiess Joseph, cabinetmaker, Mar seilles : Vain, driver, Marseilles ; Auguste Toisel, cook, Paris ; Petanga, sailor, Naples, Italy ; and the sixth - man was too sick to be transhipped from the Victoria off Flat-top, and had to be taken ou to Rockhampton. It appears that they escaped from the coast, near the Hunchback Mountain, at 2 o'clock on the morning of the 12th January, in a boat floating near the shore, which they took upon . the ' French leave ' system. No sentry or gendarmes were about, and they got safely a...
MIRACLE PLAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 1 March 1879
MIRACLE PLAYS. Tiie earliest plays in England as throughout Europe generally, were essentially religious in character, and intended to convey religious truths in the most striking manner to au illiter ate people. They were for the most part written by churchmen, and acted by the clergy in the larger churcees. Some of these plays, which were 110 doubt acted upon some of the great festivals of the Church, represented in a dramatic form the principal events of the Bible history, and were intended to illustrate and impress upon the popular mind the leading doctrines of the Christian faith These plays were, not unnaturally, called Mysteries. 0 tli era were founded upon the legends of the saints, and represented the won ders of their lives and deaths. These were probably acted upon the festivals of the saints whose deeds and sufferings they depicted, and. were with some ap propriateness called Miracles or Miracle Plays. ? Such were the dramatic enter tainments of all Christian Europe dur ...