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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 8 March 1879

MARRIAGE. Thornton — Willis.— On the Iltli Decem ber, 187S, at the Wesleyan Parsonage, Wagga Wagga, hy the Rev. Jaincs E. Camithers, Robert, eldest son of Mr. ]{obert Thornton, of Beech worth, Vic., to Cclia Maria, youngest daughter of the late David Willis, of West Maitland. WAGGA WAGGA EXPRESS. SATURDAY, MARCH S, 1S70.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 8 March 1879

^DELAIDE AGENCY. Mu. J. B. AUSTIN, Waymoutli streot, ADr.LAini;, is authorised to receive Advertisements and Subscriptions for the WAGGA WAGGA EXPRESS. Goldsbrougk's Wool Warehouses, Melbourne. R, GOLDSBROUGTi i- CO. BEG to announce to the Woolgrowcrs ami Merchants of the Australian Colonies, Tasmania, and New Zealand, that tlic-ir Wakeuoi'sf.s ark now Ready For the RECI'PTION AM) SALK OF WOOL During the Sca-ron, and that they are prepared to make LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES, ON FAVOrRABLK TKKMSs, Oji the ensuing Oli]) of Wool, cither for sale in (his market, or shipment to London. Soles by Public Auction will be held on each Monday and Wkdni-sday during the Season, and proceeds will be paid on the Tuesday following. ffjiey act as SKU,iXG*nttOKKns only, and Constituents may rely on their best endeavours to obtain the fullest market value for any consignments with which they maji he favoured. Their well-known Warehouses have been constructed specially for the STURAGK and DISPLAY of WOOL to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 12 March 1879

Strength for the Debilitated. — Thousands of Panaceas and Elixirs have been puffed into temporary cele brity since tlmt paragon of vegetable cordials, the famous ' Dew of the Alps,' was introduced into Switzerland. For five hundred yea re it has been the favourite tonic of her daring moun taineers. They sip it as a solace when low spirited, as a protection against miasma and sudden changes of tempera ture, as a specific for indigestion, as a cure for physical prostration, aud as a general regulator and restorative in all ordinary ailments. It has outlived rivalry, and defies competition. Ex perience has proved that it is especially adapted to the climate of Australia. At the mines, ou the liirge stations, and in all the cities, it is held in equal esteem, and tlie late importations, large as they have been, have not proved equal to the demand. Messrs. M. Moss and Co., of Sydney, are the wholesale agents for Australia, — Adv. Holloway's Pills. — Nothing pre serves the health so well ...

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PASTORAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 12 March 1879

PASTORAL NOTES. Messrs. Wooldridgo and Wren, of Dcnili | quin, report sale of a draft of cattlc for local consumption. Messrs. J. Mann and Co., of Dcniliquin. report having sold 350 fat wethers for P. Smyth, to Mathewson and Black ; a draft of fat cattlc for Thos. Irving, to same buyer ; 500 store wethers and 500 ewes in lamb for J. Tomkius, Prarie Park, to W. Watt. Messrs. Gibson, Braini, and Co., of Denili l.^vii.rr c.i.1 r:nn i„.„r.i;rwr for Austin and Miller to Clias. Uphill ; 50 cattle for Caliino station. The Condoboliu correspondent of the Forbes Times writes. — The weather since my last report has been fine aud cool for this time of the year, except ou the 2Sth February, when a slight thunder storm passed over tbe town giving a few points of rain. This morning, 4th instant, a steady rain set in, continuinc all day, when 30 points fell. The country looks magnificent all round. Stock not already fat will soon be so, and an in crease of busiuess may be looked forward to. Severa...

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HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 12 March 1879

HERE AND THERE. XuWu* -7 -hlich(x jvrnvc in rerba wfiyt'vfri, ijiio ntd. cuikjhc rajiit tanin'nta.-i, 0cfi-i-or htuqn'.n. Holt ack. Jfyis. Slave to no sect, who lakes no private road, Lul looks through nature up to nature's God. Po!'j:-K^av on Man. There is a certain amount of grim humour iu the contractor who inters or 'cremates' — pardon the Americanism — the dead horses, bullocks, and dogs for tlie Municipal Council. j ne council nas mauc an agreement with tlie person in question to wipe out tho carcases at so much apiecc, according to tariff— horses and bullocks at one rale, and dogs, as bciug more easy of sepulture, a lower ouc. 1 don't think cats are mentioned 111 the schedule, but by a simple equation— founded probably 011 the algebraic symbol of equality, cats ami dogs being two parallels which cannot meet — the contractor makes one cat — one dog, then, with further ingenuity, says that three fowls =0110 cat, puts in his account aud is paid accordingly. Over-suspicious peopl...

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THE M.T.C. AUTUMN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 12 March 1879

THE M.T.C. AUTUMN MEETING. We would remind racing men that all entries for the forthcoming meeting must be in the bands of the Secretary before 8 o'clock on Friday next. The booths &e, will be sold at the Australian Hotel at 12 o'clock to-day. The Railway Department has decided to issue return tickets, available for a week, at pYc.nrsion rates for the nieotintr. The .an nouncement states that the tickets will be j issued '011 the 17th and ISthfrom Goulburn : and all intermediate stations.' As the 17th is Monday, on which day no morning train . arrives in Wagga, the Committee of the M.T.C. will do well to communicate at once with the Commissioner of Railways 011 the subject, and that gentleman will, 110 doubt, , causc the tickets to be issued on Saturday. Otherwise the concession would be practically useless. Acceptances : — ; Arrr.MX iianimcai'. I st. lb I Mr. M'Ponnld's br h Albyn, yrs .. ..SO! Mr. .1. B. Murrnv's b orbr h JJespuUh, nge»l .. S 0 i ..lr. .L Day's h ni Lnmviu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 12 March 1879

? ? ? , WANTED, Wood Carters and Cutters, at tbe Snowball Copper ; Mines. J. \V. Bryant, Manager. It WANTED, a Housemaid ; one who 1 thoroughly understands waiting on table. Apply, with references, to Mrs. J. O. PmLLirs, Commercial Hotel. Iu WANTED, by a Married Couple, with out incumbrance, Situation ; man as generally useful, woman as ooolc and laundress. Apply T. S., lioy.il Hotel, Newtown. lit RACES ! RACES !— Races will be held on the Course at the rear of GOUGH'S ROYAL HOTEL, NARANDERA, on MONDAY, the 17th MARCH. Post cn- , trances. T. Couch, Treasurer. XOST, from the Commercial. Bank, a I J COCKATOO PARROT. The finder ?wiil be rewarded on returning the same to F. W. Gowl land. Iu ( STRAYED from our Stables at North Wagga Terminus, one BAY MARE, uot branded, near hind leg and face white. . REWARD on delivery of the above-described mare to Wright, Heaton, Baiiuek, & Co., North Wagga. Iu OO REWARD.— STRAYED, from the [7 Bank of Now South Wales, a BAY COB, white mark ncar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 12 March 1879

LAND NOTES. COMING LAND SALES. Albuvy ? Mnrch 12. CootnmunUra . . . . March 12. Corowa ? March 12. Dctiiliquin .. March 12, 10. Hny ? March 12, 17, 10. Nnrnudorn . . . . March 12, 10. (Tj'ana ? March 10. WosgnWngBa.. .. Mnrch 12, 10. Yonug ? March 12, 10. Land Omens.— ' Tlio following sclcctiniig were taken up nt tlie undermentioned ]-lacea r.n Thnrsilny Inst : — VOI'XG : Graves 50.i, Tliuddunirrn ; A. S. Weill) 40a, JiurriinHliidii ; 'J'. (I- lltird 44a, Wombat.. Tl'jii't:.!. Dnv Mi, Cuimilmyn ; W. Wallace 40a, llatlmv ; W. 1'. liil'warils 00a, Woildnlifa ; 1!. Kltcy 40a, Wjimslo : J. Kilev 40a, do.: W. Kllev 40a, do. Gn.vlullAI : W. M. Harris, 40a, Cnone.v : 1*. Opsin' «0a, Money Money ; W. Ilnx-I ar 40a, Tenandra ; M. Mailer 40n, Doligongo long ; 1*. Mallei- 73a, do. Cuowx Lands Sat.kh.— Crown land sales will be lield at tlie inidenneiilinlied places r.n ilates nnmcil Wacoa Waooa, April IB l.nt A, portion No. 4S. 138a 2r, li, No. 49, 100a, county Boulkc parisli Boljleuigbie, resp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 12 March 1879

Special Advertisements. j Goldsbrougli's Wool Warehouses, I Melbourne. R GOLDSBROUGH & CO. i B1CG to aininur.ee --? tlie \Yrn-kT'\verp nnil Merclr.uits of the Australian Colonies, Tasmania, and New Zealand, that their Warkiiouskh am; now Rkady For the RECEPTION' ANI) SALE OF WOOL DuringthcSeason,and that they are prepared to make LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES, ON FAVOl'RAULB TKRMij, I On the ensuing Clip of Wool, either for sale in this j market, or shipment to Loudon. 1 Sales by Public Auction will be held on each Monuay and Whdnksday during the Season, and proceeds will be p:*id on the Tuesday following. ?liiey act as Selling Brokkiis only, and Constituents mav relv on their best endeavours to obtain the fullest nia'rket'valuc for any consignments with which tliev ma\ be favoured. Their well-known Warehouses have been constructed specially for the STORAGE and DISPLAY of WOOL to the best advantage, the Sample Kooins being lighted on an improved principle. Tlie various U'.otns ate c...

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CRICKET. ENGLISH ELEVEN v. VICTORIAN ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 12 March 1879

CRICKET. English Eleven v. Victorian Eleven. English Eleven, first innings, 2-iS. Yictoriin Eleven, first innings : J. Slight, b Emmett, 1 ; Alexander, c Webbe, b Km mett, 0; Horan, b Sohultz, 46; Campbell, 0 Hone, b Lucas, ii : Blackham, c Harris, b Emmett, 39; Baker, c Royle, bEminett, 10; Boyle, t- Lucas, 17; Motile, b Lucas, 13; Mullagh, b Emmett, 4; Palmer, not out, 0 ; W. H. Cooper, b Emmett, 0 ; Sundries, 11 ; Total, 146. Victorian Eleven, second innings : Slight, c Royle, h Emmett. S; Baker, c Royle, b Enimett, 17 ; Horan, c Royle, b Emmett, 31 ; Campbell, c Royle, b Emmett, 2 ; Alex ander, b Hornby, 31 ; Blackham, Ibw, b Absolom, 4 ; Mullagh, b Schultz, 36; Boyle, b Hornbj', 2 ; Palmer, c HJirris, b Emmett, 0 ; Motile, b Schultz, 2 : Cooper, no-) out, 1; Sundries, 21 ; Total, 155. Euglish Eleven, second innings : Lucas, not out, 15 ; Hornby, b Alexauder, 2 ; Mackinnon, b Palmer, 2; Ulyett, b Palmer, 0; II arris, b Palmer, G ; Webbe, not owt, 5 ; Sundries, 1. Four wickets do...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 12 March 1879

Thk vagaries of a New Year's mob arc of the jollicst- The happy fellows roam about in the sweet exhilaration of youth aud colonial beer, the latter being supplied gratis by the fortunate publican whom they honour with their prceenco. Tlie glorious fun of tearing down tlie Christmas greenery and spreading it over the streets, and the subtle witticism of inscribing upon every door tlie year of our Lord, serve but as preliminaries to the real business of the night, which is to get as drunk as possible at anybody's expense but their own. So far there is no particular reason to object to their enjoying themselves after their own particular fashion. The strewn trees can easily be cleared away, the chalk will readily rub off, and they them* selves in due course will probably get sober. But the license permitted on JS'ew Year's J5ve very often goes rather too far — witness j the case at Isorth 'Aagga, where a hotel keeper had his windows and smashed and tlie exterior uf his bouse disfigured...

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V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. THIRD DAY—SATURDAY, MARCH 8. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 12 March 1879

V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. Thirj- Day — Satl'UPay, Makcii S. N u 1 » s i! 1 1 y Handicap. — A sweepstakes of 5 sovs. each, half forfeited, with 130 added. For 2 years old. ^ mile. Mr. C. 15. M'F.vnvs - e Mercurv ? 1 Mr. M. Pearson's hr c Tho Czar ? 1 Mr. M. Pearson's Chesterfield ? i- Caractacus. A vernus, Tumult, Hooton, Caspian, Don Carlos, Pollio, Black Diamond, Queen Uee, Nightmare, Sunnysidc, Canard, and Conservative also started. Time, lmin. lT^scc. Newmarket Handicap. — A sweepstakes of 20 sovs. each, 10 forfeit, or 5 if declared, with 300 added. For three years old ami upwards. The winner of the Australian Cup to carry 71b. extra. £ mile. Mr. II. Hiiincs's h h Darriweil .. ? 1 Mr. A. K. F inlay's hi h IVal .. .. ) Mr. S. Walker's eh h Lc Loup .. .. Dead hc:;t. Mr. S. Million's eh g Dol- Sawyer . . J Newinini'ster, Burwood, Lady Ellen, Napper Tandy, Nina, Jokes, The Hook, Norissa, Japan, Diomed, Naomi, Murrabinna, Lexicon, Criehton, Fleetwing, and Hotspur also started. Time, lmin...

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TELEGRAPHIC. SYDNEY, Tuesday 12.10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 12 March 1879

TELEGRAPHIC. SYDNEY. I Tuesday. 12. 10 P.m. I A meeting of creditors in the estate of Horace, Woolnough, and Co., warehousemen, was called yesterday, the statement sub mitted showing liabilities £ 1 ft, G00, the greater portion due to Home creditors. It was re solved that the firm continue business under a letter of license pending further advances I from England. J lie overlauu telegraph line is interrupted. A public meeting took place yesterday at the Exchange. The Mayor presided, aud an j address to the Governor was unanimously adopted. Speeches were made eulogistic of his Excellency's career. Mr. P. A. Jennings entertained the Governor, and also a number of Inhibition Commissioners at an official dinner last night. The only toasts proposed were the Q.uceu and the Governor. In the trespass action, Huugerforl v. Davenport, a verdict was returned for : idaintiff, damages £10.000. The steamer Barrabool, from Newcastle, run into tho steamer B mnic Dundee off lied I Head early this mo...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. RAILWAY EXTENSION TO HAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 12 March 1879

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. RAILWAY EXTENSION TO HAY. A meeting of the Committee of the Southern Extension of the Railway to Hay, was held at the Court-house 011 Monday night, called for the purpose of giving the Committee au opportunity of hearing Mr. Maclcay upon the present position of this question. The chair was occupied by Mr. H. E. Russell, the other members of Committee present being Messrs. Fitzhardinue, Copland, Cruickshank, Horgan, Hardy, Minohin, Croaker, E. Shaw, n,. -vr.r m.m* ii Wil.lmnn (T T Briknr. aud Moran. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed, and tho Secretary having reported that the letter to the »S\ -1/. Th-rald therein referred to had been written and published, it was decided to take the letter as read, the Secretary then proceeding to read the correspondence. Letters were read from Mr. Goodchild, requesting a copy of the circular issued by the Committee and the map referred to iu the IM'ahf ; letter of the Secretary iu reply thereto, explain...

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SALE OF THOROUGHBRED STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 12 March 1879

SALE OP THOROUGHBRED STOCK. The anuual sale of yearlings from the Willow Vale, Brian O'Lymi, Rapid Bay, Lacebj', Bayswater, Grange, and Mitta Mitta studs, was held on Friday afternoon, at the Pastoral hotel, Fleni iugton, when, notwithstanding the high character and breeding of the young stock to be submitted to competition, f.liprfi W8R a vpitt limited :itf pnrl;mpp of sporting men, and tbe bidding was limited in the extreme. The Willow Vale youngsters were the first sub milted, and Mr. Johnstone opened the ball by securing a line colt, out of Blooming Heather, for 325 guineas. The. brown filly out of Gwendoline by Maribyrnong, which strongly resembles The Diver, and also possesses all the characteristics of the Richmond and Bosworth family, fell to Mr. Dakin for 325 guineas. This filly is undoubtedly the gem of the lot. Mr. Jellett lasted the longest for the bay filly by Angler, out of Rose de Florence, and his bid of 300 guineas was not topped. The Brian O'Lynu yearlings were a t...

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YOUNG. Tuesday. BURRANGONG PASTORAL AND AGRICULTURE ASSOCIATION'S SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 12 March 1879

YOUNG. Tuesday. BuiiKANOoxr. Pastoral and Agiucultuki: Association'^ Show. j The annual Show was held to-day. The attendance was only small, notwithstanding the pleasant weather. In thoroughbred stallions, Grosvenor's Saladin gained rirst prize, also champion prize ; M 'Kennies Solicitor second. Under two years old — Grosvenor's Rataplan first. Thoroughbred mares— llill's Miss Jane first; do Vixen sccoud. Thoroughbred marcs with foai Thompson's Patty first. Thoroughbred lilly | — Thompson's Pomona first. Draught stal- j lions— Watt's North Richmond first, together j with the champion prize ; do Metkin second, j Draught mare with foal — Forbes' Violet, j second prize only awarded. Shorthorn bull — Gibb's Fairy Prince first ; Jenkins's Claro commeuded. Shorthorn cow — Jenkins's Blossom, which also gained champion prize. Under two years — M'ICouzic first ; Jenkins second. Hereford bull — Lewington, first ; Mackinnon, second. Ram over two-tooth — Gibb and Son, first ; John Allen, second...

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POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MARCH 10. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 12 March 1879

POLICE COURT. Monday, March 10. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Drunkenness. — Three charges of drunken ness were dealt with by caution and dis charge Tuesday, March 11. (Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. L. A, Foshery, J.P.) Protection. — John Smith, who was in cp^tody for protection, was discharged. Breach of By-La. ws. — Peter James M'Alister was fined 5s. with costs 4s. 10d., for erecting a stack of hay within 100 yards of certain buildings, aud was ordered to re move the stack within 14 days. Settled out of Court. — Ah Canu v. Weston, held-over tenement. Mixins v. Peacock, insulting language. Cattle Stealing. — Adolphus Stead v. Thomas J. Giles ; Sauie against Spronle. 5 lie Court was engaged all day hearing evi dence in these cases, in which defendants were charged with having cattle in their possession the property of complainant, reasonably supposed to have been stolen. Mr, Morgan appeared for the complainant, aud Mr. Fitzharduige for defendants. The Bench i:i the first o...

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POST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. ARRIVALS. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 12 March 1879

POST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. ARRIVALS. Sunday Sydney, via fbufway Station P.0 ? 10 a.m Melbourne, via Albury nud Germanton .. 2.30 p.m Denillquin nhd Urana ? 4 p.m Clarendon ? 0.30 p.m Monday. Hay and Narandera ? 8 a.m Albury and Germanton .. .. ?? 2.80 p.m Tuesday. Tarcutta ? 1 o.m Kindra, Cowabee, Ariah, Broken . Dam, Uimosa, The Rock, and Marrar .. & a.m Sydney, via Railway Station P.0 ? 10 a.m Melbourne, via Album Germanton, aud Oookardinia . . . . .. ?? 2.30 p.m Dcniliquiu and Urana ? 4 P-m weaneeaay Sydney, via Railway Station P.0 ? 10 a.m Vi'all&cctown and Bruccdalc ? 11 &.m Melbourne, via Albury and Germ&ntou . . 2.30 p.m Dcniliquin and Urana ? 4 p.m Thursday. Tarvutt-a ? 1 fun Hay aud Narandera ? 8 a.m Sydney, via Railway Station P.O. . ..10 a. in Mcll-ournc, via Albtiry, Germanton, and Cookardinia ? 2.30 p.m Clarendon ? ? ,, .. C.UOp.m, Friday. j Sydney, via Railway Station P.0 ? 10 a.m i Melbourne, via Albury and Goruiaiitoii .. 2.30 p.m 1 Den...

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WALGETT. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 12 March 1879

WALGF/fT. Tuesday. Fine rain has fallen throughout this dis trict. Tho rain gauge shows live incbcs. Grass is everywhere abundant. The mail roaches have been unable to travel regularly. The Nanioi and Barwon rivers arc rising moderately fast. The Brcwarrina steamer is expected here to-morrow. 1000 fat cattle are to leave Mr. James Tyson's Tinniburn station, Warrego river, consigned to Messrs. Sullivan and Simpson, of Sydney. 300, Mr. Herps in charge, have left ; Mr. Mason brings the next tto 0, and the remainder will follow without delay. The weather is now warm and fine. 10,000 sheer arrived at Goongra.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express — 12 March 1879

DEATH. Bu-;iia.kak. — On tho StU inst., at Argyle Farm, Margaret, wife of Donald Buchanan, agedj»4 years.. WAGGA WAG&A EXPRESS. . W-iDNJiSDAY, MARCH 12, 1879.

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