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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 March 1879
POST OFFICE, WAGGA WACGA. TIME TABLE of Tint ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. iSiindnv Sydney, via Railway Station P.0 ? 10 a. in Melbourne, via Albury and Gcrmanton . . 2.30 iun Deniliquin and Urana ? 4 p.m Clarendon ? 0.30 p.m ' Monday. Hay and Narandera ? 8 n.m Albury aud Gcrmanlon ? 2.30 p.m Tuesday. Tarcutta ? 1 a. in Ktndra, Cowabce, . Ariali, Broken Dam, Mimosa, The Rock, nnd Murrar . . R a.m Sydney, via Railway Station P.0 ? 10 a.m Melbourne, via Albury, GcrnianU-n, and Cookardinia ? 2.30 p.m Deniliquin and l-ana . . ..4 j-.m Wednesday. Sydney, via Railway Station P.0 ? 10 a.m Wallacctown and Bruecdalc .. .. ..11 a.m Melbourne, via Albury and Gcrmanton . . 2.30 p.m Deniliquin aud Urana ? 4 p.m Tnursday. Tarcutta ? 1 a.m Jfay and Narandera ? 8 a.m Sydney, via Railway Station P.O. . ..10 a.m Melbourne, via Albary, Gcrmanton, and Cookardinia ? 2.30 p.m Clarendon ? 0.30 jun Friday. Sydney, via Railway Station P.0 ? 10 a.m Melbourne, via Albury and Gcrmanton . . 2.30 p.m ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 March 1879
WANTED, a married man, as Boun dahv lvIHEU ; references required. Apply, A. Mack ay, Golibagumbaliu. lr j^UNICIPAL COUNCIL. V, E W A~ E D. Whereas the VISITOBS' HOOK of the Fr.EE Liisiuuy, Wagga Wagga, lias, by smnc vile anil evil-disposed person, heen DEFACUD by written sentences of an obscure and lilthy character : FIVE POUNDS liEVVAHD will be paid to any person who will give such informa tion as shall lead to the discovery of the perpetrator of this infamous proceeding. By order of the Council. FKI5D. A. TOMPSON, Council Clerk. Council Chamber, IVara Wagga. Feb. 2S, 1S7!». lr jyjUNICIPAL WORKS. ASPHALTE PAVINGS, And Keujiikg Footways. TENDERS are invited for the above worl;s, in front of tlie Hank of New' South Wales and Golden Ago liotel. Endorsed tenders to be lodged not LATEl: than noox of THURSDAY NEXT, Gth March. All particulars on reference to the Town Surveyors. FliED. A. TOMPSON, Council Clerk. Borough Council Chambers, Feb, 2S, 1S70. lr 1^-AltANDBRA SHEEP DISTRICT. A SPE...
BURRANGONG TURF CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 March 1879
BURIIANGONG TU1IF CLUB RACES. The following are the acccptanccs for the forthcoming races, which take place on Thurs day and Friday, March 13th and 14th : — TOWN VIjATIS IIANDlCAl'. St 11) Mr. J. Miller's hr g Macaroni, G yrs - - -1)10 J. Mackenzie's ch h Solicitor, 5 vrs - - 7 G J. M'Donald's blk h Albyn. 5 yrs - - - 7 4 It. (JrovenorV b in Fairy, 0 yrs - ? -0 12 J. Phair's ch h Saunlerer, 4 yrs - - - Gil H. Wood's blk til Camilla, 4 yrs - - - 0 10 A. Boyd's ch ill lionny Rose. 3 vrs - - 0 8 G, Hcmswnrih's hr c Butlmrst, A yrs ? -00 W. Lynch's blk in Reckless, 4 yrs - -GO W. ,1. Hill's br h Star of the Hills, r- yrs -00 J. Curtin's g m Will o' the Wisp (lute Krro wangbang), aged ? f- 10 SIK*ATTKH«' HANDICAP lll.'HULB. W.J. Hill's bgD'Jalma, r. yrs - - - 10 0 J. Mackenzie's b g Uncle Aliclc, aged - - 10 7 .1. Mackenzie's b g Torpedo, aged - - - 10 0 J. Curtin's eh li Ned o' the Hills, 4 yrs - 9 12 Ul'ltKANGO^C Tl'nr CLUU 1IAN1HCM'. J1 Miller's br g Macaroni, 0 yrs - - -00 J. Mackenz...
TELEGRAPHIC. LONDON, February 27 [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 March 1879
TELEGRAPHIC. LONDON. February 27. j\ir. Jiicr.nv suoniiUed a written proposal lo Sir Miebaul Hicks-Rcadi, tbat tl le Assembly should be empowered to reform the Consti tution, ami that should tlie Loiiisloi ivj Council decline, then Parliament should b? dissolved, and tlie bill become law the f..l lowing session, even if tlie Council a^iiii objected. If Sir Michael HicUs-Beacb de clines the proposal, then another proposril is to be submitted that tlie Minister and Mr. Berry arrange a scheme which tlie Imperial j Parliament should pass in tlie event nf (lie ; Council rejecting it. Sir Micheal Hicks- ; Bench abstained from expressing an opinion, i and it is likely that he will give a written ; reply. No second interview is mentioned. Sir Michael has invited the embassy to i dinner on the 12th March. | The Slamlard says that the object of the ' interview was to ask Sir Michael Hicks Beach to interfere, but not as an arbitrator. This was impossible. If the October de spatch had been prom...
TUMUT ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 March 1879
TUMUT ANNUAL 11 AGES. Tina following handicaps were declared on Thursday evening last : — TUIir CLUB HANDICAP. st lb Mr. Water's Kinsman, 4 yrs ? 0 4 Frederick l'ooley's br h Stanhope, nged - 8 13 .John M'Konzie'a oh h Solicitor, ft yrs - - 8 11 A. O'Huylo's b p Feathertop, 0 yrs - - 8 0 ?his. Day's b m I.-auwiiic,f- yrs - - - 8 4 John Hoach's b jr Cossack, aged - - - 7 13 J. M'Donald's Albyn, 3 yrs - ? - - 7 13 A. O'Jto.xle's Bonnie Hose, 3 yrs - - - 7 7 J\ Maloncv's b g Shamrock, ngml- - - 7 3 .1. Lloyd's hr h El-Cid, 4 yrs - - - - 7 1 H. Heaver's eh g Discount, 4 yrs - - - 7 0 .John Pulton's 1) g Fairy King, aged - -00 — M'Kinnon's b h Sir Alfred, 4 yra - - 0 7 P. Griffiths' b g Kildurc, 3 yrs - ? - 0 7 TOWN 1'LATK. Mr. Waters' Kinsman, 4 yrs - - - - 0 3 Frederick Poulc.v's br h Stanhope, nged - 8 12 John M'Kenzie's ch h Solicitor, 5 yrs - - 8 10 A. U'lioyle's b g Fealhcrtop, 0 yrs - - 8 5 Jamas day's b in Lnmvinc, 5 yrs - - - 8 3 John Roach's b g Cossack, aged - - - 7 12 John ll...
COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. Saturday, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 March 1879
COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. Saturday, March 1. Messrs. Uariuson', Jonks nnd Devlin, report:— Fat Cattle: 1749 yarded, this number bcmn far in excess of those penned for some weeks past and, not withstanding, all were disposed of at rates equal t n last week's quotations. Tlie Manager of the Sydney Meat 1 Preserving Company bought freely and relieved tlie market to 6owe extent. Of the various lots oficrcd on Monday, few were prime, and for these, better prices were obtained. We think the great pint of cuttle arc now forward aud better figures arc looked forward to. Fn Thursday, 733 were penned and Monday's prices were hardly obtainable, few country buyers being present* Wc quote prime and light 19s, medium 10s, and middling 12s to 14s per lOOlbs. We buM for Messrs. Wormall and Blamev 30 bullocks, at aft 7s «d, and M) do, at £5 9s 3d. Fal Sheep: 7404 penned, being a short supply, and from adviccs to hand we look forward to an advance on late rates, more, especially for any p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 March 1879
Shipping. RIENT LTNE OE STEAMSHIPS F011 LONDON. VIA THE SUEZ CANAL. The full-powcred steamships of tliis line are built nnd iittcd expressly for carrying Passengers oil long ocean voyages ; they arc cacli of about 4000 tons register, and make tlic voyage in about 40 days. Tlicy are fitted with punkahs, attached to the main engines, and steam-heating apparatus on the most approved principle, and at e thoroughly venti lated for the tropics. The next departures will be : — iStcnincr From Sydney From Melbourne GAliOKNK ? March 7Ui Msuvli imli JOHN KliDKll.... April Mh April 12lh t'HlMUOHAZO .. Mny frili Way 121h To be followed every month by a similar steamer. The s.s. GAttONNE will be in Neutral Bay from the 1st March to the date of sail ing, during -which time the steam-temlcr J\(!KN01ilA 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, [Kisses for which can be ob tained from the agents. Fakes to Lond...
LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 March 1879
LONDON WOOL SALES. Tnr. Australian Mortgage Land and Finance Co. under date 14th January, reports The interxal which has elapsed since the close of our last sales on the 37th ^December has been one of some activity in onr market, notwithstanding that this season of the yenr is, in consequence of the holidays and stocktaking, expected to be a quiet period. The quantity of wool which has changed hands is estimated at about 4i'iu0 bales, in about equal proportions of Cape and Aus tralian, and the prices paid have been those current at the close of last series. This demand, demonstra ting as it docs, that the consumption of wool is progressing fairly, may be taken as a favourable sign, still we arc without reports from any quarter of any real amelioration in the state of trade. The available quantities up to date for our next sales, the opening day of which is not yet lixed, ore : — Held over. X. Arrivals. Total. Hales, liales. Jjules. Australian.. 23,200 .. 21.0S7 .. 44,2S7 Cape .. .. ...
SYDNEY STATION PRODUCE REPORT. SATURDAY MARCH 1. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 March 1879
SYDNEY STATION PRODUCE REPORT. Sattrdat, March 1. Messrs, Mort and Co. report « ool : The telegrams which have come through respecting the opening of the sales now in progress in London arc disappointing to buyers, and had the effect of restricting competition at the sales this week, and a number of lots were consequently withdrawn for better prices than offered. The further course of the Knglish market is anxiously looked for. At our sales this week the range of values was as follows Greasy, Gd to OJd ; fleece, 14d to 24 d ]-er lb ; tlie latter for a small parcel of 7 bales superior. Of scoured there were no superior lots forward. Sheepskins: Sympathising with the depression in (he wool market, priecs were lower this week, and are nut likely to improve immediately. We sold a large number from l?d to 0]d per lb, according to condition and growth. Tallow : A fair demand exists for t rade lots, but prices show no improvement. Shipping parcels contiuuc in very limited request. Quotatio...
LAND NOTES. COMING LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 March 1879
LAND NOTES. COMING LAND SALES. Allmry ? March 12. Cootuniuudra . . ..March 12. Corowa . . . . . .March f-, 12. Datiiiiquiti .. ..March 12, If). Hay ? March 10, 11, 12, 17, 10. Nnrandcrn .. March 12, 19. Urana . . . .March fi, 10. Wojfga Wnggti.. ..March 5, 12, 10. Vouiig .. ..March 12, 10. Land Oh'ickb.— The following selections were token up nt the undermentioned places on Thursday last : — Ocndauai : W. W. Priiltllo fiOa, Hurra; F. O. Mollcr Rtcn MM, Tcnandra ; J. 1/unclun f-0«, North Guixlrur.ii. IVmi't : 11. Lowthor 50a, Wyanglc ; J. Urcnnan 40a, Minjury; It. Hopsoii 100a, Batlow. Youno ; A. JS. Webb lOOn, Hurranmwla ; H. U. Webb 40n, Humi munda ; 1-. Wootlbridjjo 40a, Danaubilh ; T. A. and G. It. Jlarncs f-0;i, Hcjrtpm tictfpuu ; W. Scales flOa, Moppit.v. CooTAMUNini a : H. Biiimon 40a, Yoo Yeo; J. Chaniplcy 40a, Cullinjju. Dbniuqi'in : C. Johnston, -i40:i, county Townsend, parish Puukawlilgcc ; J. King OJOa, do.
PASTORAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 March 1879
PASTORAL NOTES. Mr. G. H. Taylor (for P., R., and Co.) of Dubbo, reports having sold two small lots of sheep. Messrs. Griffiths and Weaver report the sale of Mr. J. W. George Cox's Culcraigie station, Burnett district, Queensland, with 2000 cattle, to Mr. Hughes, at £3 per head. The Dubbo district stock items are as follows :— 1025 fat slieep (Flood's) from Bereda, passed on Wednesday, going 011 to Orange; 50 fat cattle (Berg's) were here from the Castlereagh at. the eud of the week ; COO fcf.nvo P.M.f.l p. (0,S1in.iinnsRv,R\ dta lmm haw tn* sale; 130 fat cattle (G. Colless's) have left the Culgoa for tlie Orange aud Batburst markets ; 6000 Collaroy ewes have been purchased by Messrs. M'Leay aud Beaumont, of Talawanta ; 16,000 store sheep, purchased on the Lachlau, have gone to McMillan and Oo's Milroy station ; 3000 fat sheep (Sawyer and Orr*s) from Buudabulla are comiug on to Sj'dney market; 4000 ewes and lambs (Dickson's) from the Billaboug, have goue down the Mara, bound for Yar...
MONDAY, MARCH, 3. (Before the Police Magistrate) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 March 1879
Monday. M a nctt 3. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Larceny of Money. — John Davidson was charged with stealing £13 or £14 from a tent belonging to Charles Eddington, No. 11 Camp, Wagga aud Albury line. The prose cutor, finding that his mouey was gone, went to Mr. Kane's house on the Hanging Hock Road, and found that a Victorian bauk note, which was portion of the stolen money, had been changed there by the prisoner. The prosecutor had a written description of this note, aud so was enabled to identify it positively, and the prisoner, who lived close by at liie back of prosecutoi's tent, was charged with stealiug the money. The Bench committed the prisoner, to take liis trial at the Circuit Court to be held on the 1st April. Protection, — Sarah Ledwidge wasbrouglit up for protection aud was remanded for seven days, pending the issue of a summons to procure the attendance of her husband. Subsequently the husband appeared in Court, and, ou hearing his statement, she was dis charged to ...
CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of the W. W. Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 March 1879
CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of the IF'. IT. Express.) Sir, — Will you be so kind as to draw the attention, through your columns, of the Municfpal Council to the state of the foot bridge at the intersection of Crainpton and Beckwith Streets, the condition of which is simply disgraceful, endangering the limbs of any venturesome pedestrian who may lie so bold as to pass over it oil a dark night— two of the planks being entirely off, and some of the others very loose ; and the sooner it is put into proper order the better pleased the inhabitants of that portion of the town will be with the Corporation. Hoping it will soon bo looked after, I remain, yours, &c., PEDESTRIAN. March 4. 1S79.
CRICKET. ENGLISH ELEVEN V. TWENTY-TWO OF BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 March 1879
CK1CKET. English Eu;yi:n- y. Twentv-two ok Ballaiiat. This match commenced on Saturday. The following is the result of that day's play. Esulisii Eleven-. A. 1'. Lucas ... ... ... 24 A. .J. Webbe ... ... ... 53 Lord Harris ... ? 80 A. N. Hornby ? S(i Ulyett ? J2 P. lloyle ... ... ... 9 if. Maul ... ... ... 5 limmctt ? 0 1. Hone... ... ... ... 5 -5. S. Schultz ? 3 C. A. Absolom ... 5 Sundries ? 11 Total ? 311 Twenty-two of Ballakat. C. Nettle ? 24 C. Nherard ... ... . . 14 W. H. Fii-gis ? 2 G. Pateman, not out ? 10 G Bell ? 3 P. Lewis, not out ? 6 Sundries... .. ... 3 Total for loss of four wickets (i2
POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, MARCH 1. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 March 1879
POLICE COURT. Saturday, March 1. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Unsound Mind. — Eliza Jane Hart was brought up in custody, on the information of her husband, charged with being of unsound miud. The Bench discharged her on hearing the evidence of Dr. Wren, who stated that lie had examined her, aud found that she was perfectly sane, and that the threats to destroy herself arose out of ill-treatment from her husband. Valueless Cheque, — Allan Patterson was brough lip on a charge of passing a valueless cheque to Mr. S. Hopkins. The prisoner was arrested without a warrant, and the ease was one of misdemeanor, the Bench dis charged the prisoner as being illegally in custody.
DEATH OF MR. W. O. WINDEYER [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 March 1879
DEATH OF Mtt. W. O. tt'lNDEYEli. The regret that we feel in announcing tlvp death of Mr. Walter Orton Windeyer, of Wantabadgery, will be shared by every one residing in this district. An old resident, honoured by all who knew him, he has passed from amongst us, aud so suddenly that but few could realise the fact that he, whom ( liey had but a day or two ago seen in their midst, apparently in the full possession oi neaitu, nan gone ' beyond the river. On Friday last, the deceased gentleman left Wagiia for W antabadgery station, with tho intention of returning on the following day. Business matters, however, detained him Ioiieor. On Sunday night he retired to rest, to all appearance in perfect health. At an early hour on Monday morning, his nephew, Mr. Henry S. Eldershaw, who occupied an adjoining room, heard him liioauing. and upon going to his bedside, found him in sensible. Up to the time of his death, which occurred at ten o'clock, he never spoke, although lie recovered partial co...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WAGGA WAGGA COMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 5 March 1879
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WAGGA WAGGA COMMONS. An adjourned general meeting of commoners was held at the Court-house on Monday last, the 3rd instant, for the purpose of recovering the Trustees report, and statement of receipts and expenditure iu the management of the Wagga Wagga Commons for the year 1S7S. Mr. George Mail- (in tho clnir) explaiucd the object of the meeting, and the Secretary then read the report, which was adopted, on the motion of Mr. J. T. Roberts, seconded by Mr. M. M 'Kenzie. After some general remarks, Sir. J. Finn proposed, and Mr. J. T. Uolierts seconded, a vote of thanks to the Trustees, which -was briefly acknowledged by the Chairman. Following is the report referred to ; the balance-sheet will befouud in our advertising columns. 'Fellow Commoners, — This is an ad journed meeting originally from the 14th January last for the purpose of picseuting to you a statement of receipts and expenditure ill the management of your commons for the year 1S78, in accordance with...