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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 May 1875

IMPOUNBINGS. , . . - MURitUMBUitRAn.—On tho . 18th day of'April, 1876, from AVallendbeenf by order .of Mr. A. Mackay, «T.I\ ; aum duo at date of notice (17th April) 15s • eachChestnut marc, W 0 C off shoulder, bald facc, two whito feet ; chestnut Ally, W (sideways) .near shoulder; brown horse, J K near shoulder, short ; tail, off hind foot whito ; brown maro, X over I Foff shoulder, A L over T M near shoulder, stnr, broken ; . - bay Ally, IS near shoulder, near hind foot white; boy Ally, like spur over spur o/r shoulder, off hind •. foot while ; brown colt, c M or GM noar shoulder; gray horse. JL neat shoulder, I M off shoulder, saddle-marked, broken, aged; bay marc, It in dia mond off thigh, R J K near shoulder : and thigh; •chestnut marc, R over n near shoulder; bay mare, . hind feet white, "W (sideways) over W off shoulder, W off rump; bay mare, white spots on buck, star, W over W off shoulder, L over V over S s S noar shoul der, broken ; black ftlly, AW off shoulder, blotched br...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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" IN THE DEAD HOUSE." [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 May 1875

IN THE DEAD HOUSE.» " Dead, in tho Morgue !" They brought her in Last blight.. Her garments old and thin, Are dripping from the sea. What more ? She "/died as the fool dice." No Wu Will cmnc to claim that child of sih— JJufc I have seen that face before 1 In pure, white robe, like angel drcst, Half gathered to the mothers breast, Half kneeling at the mother's knee— With thy tiny palms together pressed, And byes upturned in holy quest— As sweet a sight as well could be, So,'through the shadows of my brain That childhood vision comes .again— The baby-girl at evening prayer ; Whcro gold and crimson beams, liko rain, Flooded the western window-pane,: And sunset glory filled the air. And Iatoryefc, as one might paiufc ■ 'A spirit with ho mortal taint, j I ecc her as she rose to chant i • In the old choir seats, brown and quaint, Framed like somo pictured singing saint, - With, sunbeams onhor form aslant. And Jajer still, with orange bloom And clustered jewels to illumine The darkrfefes o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 May 1875

SPECIAL NOTICES. < TO SQUATTERS, &c. ;• ' WANTED, by a Steady, Activo, Middle: aged Man, a sitmitum ok a STATION ... ns Tutor, Storckecpcuf or Over seer; ia a good tyijtcioxrfij/W of aotivo business liabits. twod^^fefoi/ncea given.' Address H.M., care of \r. ^r^SHELLY, ®_Ailelong. I IP? Adclong, April 22, 1S75. • GENERAL and a WHEELWRIGHT/ ffpply to A. M'MULLAN, ; j"4. tc North Wagga \Vagga. A WANTED good _ B Railway \J AVagga Wagga. A ing, or to Josopl works. QJCLAYERS on Yass and Bown an on tlie A. R. AMOS & Co. JLOHN CROWE, EURONGILLY, CLAR NURSERYMAN ORNAMMT! SEJfK.y OKDEBS {orfcjcik flesenptiin of .Xurscry, Stock, suclras OrftunimitnlTrees, Slipubs,^ Fruit Tree.*, Flowerhfc JJiilbsJ vriU recnaiyo every enro in packing and forwarding/ nt Ruling Pricce. ' ~h Gardens, &c., formed and stocked witlvtlie clioiccst collection of Trees and Shrub?, &c.{ Fruit Trees and Vines Primed* .j 'r ' . ]Ji . «'•<. M4IT nfc Priiiocsaf-if/'eM^nr...

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THE VEN. ARCHDEACON POWNALL AND THE DERMODY FRACAS. (To the Editor of the Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 May 1875

Tins YEN. ARCHDEACON POWJTALL j.:; AjS'D 1'ILE DEItMODY FRACAS. • ■■ J To the Editor of. the Advertiser.) . In: commenting. on tho charge of T^ermo'dy~agh in9fc Dr. O Connor, in your last issue, you were, kind enough'to mention my name, and stated among the peculiar-features of /the ctiso threothings. 1 ■ !. 1st. Tlie going of tho man to the '!Rgt; Archdeacon Pownall to lodge a cliargc against, Dr: O'Connor." ,J 2nd. It wns strange the reverend gentleman did not in tho interests of tho Hospital, and cripplod humanity,ioppear. at the meeting to defend the victim of cold medical negligence and incompetency. ' 3rd. The maiij though incapable of signing • his name, wtis sufficiently learned to; ask Dr. } O'Connor whether ho (l)r. O'Connor) was a Physican or a Surgeon,. . In replying, to the above I would observe :—' . 1st.Dcrmody did not come to mo, and did not lodge with .me ft charge against Dr. O'Connor. The..facts are these : I,1 casually met Dermody in tho street, who told me the s...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE STREET WATERING RATE. (To the Editor of the Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 May 1875

ORIGIN^ L CORRESPONDENCE. MIE, STRKET-WA'J'ERING RATE. ' (To the kUilor of the Advertiser.) Sin,—As tho Mayor has stated Matt theldgal ,r. advisers of the Borough Council Imvc given J as their opinion'that the Gonchil Rntes may be applied to the payment of ,t-hu i Strect L'' ' watering Itntc deficiency, and to jaurlt special expenditure as lighting, &e., I shall feel obliged if the Council Clerk will wait upon 1110 -with a cheque for tho amount of watering ra4f I hove paid. For I argue that if ,frljis opinion bo .u correct one, and. the deficiency : If? Qfjhe: watering rate maybe charged to the ,/ jpytcnil' rates, the'Councii hare made a Bcction . of theratepayers pay: twice over hrsome niea - : suro.for a sorvico which ought to have boon charged to the whole. Throughout the dis ,\cvwsion about tho special watering rate, it ./'seems to mo to have been erroneously takcii 'V for granted by every one, that- the benefit .arising,from tho laying of dust was confined to the inhabi...

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YASS. MESSRS JONES AND BROUGHTON'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 May 1875

vass. i ',w,r MESSU& J0XE3 AND BROUGIttoN'fi REPOKT 1?at Cattle,—Thcro is a good doihaud for priino quality. , Our lots this week have ' •l)con:by auction, at our yards, on an average forcows, very light,. £5 68, to Mr. Harinan, on-account of Mr. Johnson. Wo quote— • Good bullocks; £7 to ;C8; cows, .-G4 loa to to; £6 108.: Stohe Cattle. ~ Business in . this class of stock is now improving.; Wo :; Bold at our yards, email lots of heifers nt an - average of £4 4a, somo with calvcs at foot, ; on account, of Mr. Edwards, Mr. J. Robin son, and othors, to Mr, Garner and others, in small lots. f Fat Siieep.—Wo sold on : account of Mr. J. M'Beau, by auction, 50 .fat sheep to Mr. T. Comins, at 8s, and have somo under offer for private sale. Stoke Sheei*.—Ewes, from 5s to lis,-according to quality and. ago j weddcrs, stores, 0s Cd to 7s Gd. iWo have inquiries for!weanora and . young woddors. Houses.—Wo sold several at our yards ou; Saturday of a very superior , stamp, at from £2 to £7...

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COOMA. MR. J. J. HOWELL'S STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 May 1875

COOMA. , ' ' • /• Mil.' J. J. HOWELL'S STOCK :IU3PORT. Fat Cati-lb....Market rathpr bare. I sold a few .yesterday on account of Mr. W.' ' 'Wallace j bullocks, £0 lGs. STorb Cattle.1 —I sold a few also on account of Mr. W. Wallace—Steers, from £2 3s to £3; milcK cows, (good), £0 5s. Isold also during tho week '200 bullocks on account of Messrs. • Harnett, and Dolaney, at satisfactory figures. Fat Sheep. —Market well supplied ; none • yarded this week. Store Sheep.—My stiles at auction this week liavo been 300.mai den ewes at from 8s to 0s j 107 ewes, 2 yoars at 8s ; 184 owes, 4 years, at 7s Gd, on account of Mi1. M. Harnett, of Roscbrook. Houses. —I' sold' on Thursday, 10 coltB on account of Mr. McLuro, from £1 10s to £0 10s, • average about £4; also, hacks on account of ■ Mr. T. Wliito, from £1 la to £3 5s ; also, on account of various owners, hacks from £2 Cs to £5. April 25, 1875.

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LAND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 May 1875

I/AND NOTES. The Government Gazette,'oi1 the 7(h inst., contains a. .notification; of • the following re serves from ealoMurruinbidgee District, No. 310, Northerly extension, forms portion of Taramiah Run, Laehlan District; No. 756, area, about 45n., forms portion of Mar ongo Bun j No.; 7o7> forms portion of Boiuu* : Bun} No. 758, county 131nxlivml; about 350a., forms portion of Euabolong Run. Information from Brisbane says ;—" The ^ Government of Queensland propose to resume ^ aud throw open 700,000 acres of Iiuul in the districts of Morctpnj DaMiiig Downs, I'ort Cuvtis, Burnett, and Kennedy. ■ At tho Crown Lmid'eale at Alburr, on flic j 2Gth inst., tlio bulk of tlic lots were knocked ^ down to Messrs. .Menzios, Nieol, Nicol, and Douglass, of North Yanco. whoso purohuso ^ nearly amounted to £12,000.. ... ' 1 At tho laud sale at Jlay, on tho mmo dnf c,M; Messrs. Stantridgo aud McGaw, oi! Cuba,-' j bought 3440 acres, and. the. Messrs. Lear month, of Groongnl, bought a small lot.

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MELBOURNE. HASTINGS CUNINGHAM AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 May 1875

MELBOURNE. ; HASTINGS CtfNINGHAtf AND CO. "Wool.—Thoro is a good . onquiry for all descriptions, aud any consignments arriving would mncfc with ready sale at full rafcea; owing to tho shortness of supply however, , no transactions have token place sinco last? report. Quotations are nominal, but values are fully up to those recently given,; Sheep skins.—Wo observe no alteration in this market, last week's prices having been main tained throughout the sales. Quotations are as before, viz.—Butchers' grccnsluns, 3s Gd to 5s Gd each ; and dry skins, 5d to 8d per lb. . Hides havo sold well during the past weolc, tho high ratos last iquotod oeing lully sustained, ox hides are worth 27s to 3Ds each ; cow-hides, Ids to 2U : salted, 44d to 5^d per lb. ; calfskins exhibit a slight; falling off, but are saleable • at Gd to 7d per lb. Kangaroo Skins.—I'rinie lots are easily saloablo up to 13£d per lb • but in* ferior and small skins are cxtromoly difficult to sell. Tallow.— Atour salo:of 22nd in...

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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 May 1875

PASTOIVAL MUMS. ; Wo firo informed that Sir. Halliday, of Brookong, 1ms sold 8000 six and eight tooth wethers at'a high figure, but wo are not authorised .to give particulars. Messrs, W., II., M., hrid Co., agents. Messrs. Ryan mid Ilmnxiioud report Hie sale of North Juneo station, with 30,000 sheep. Wo lcnrn that n, very large sulo of stovo cattle is boing coinplotod. by Mr** G. Mair (E., IS., niul Co.), unci shall bo in a position to givo particulars in our next.; ) ■ Wo Jicar tJinfc n station in tho Laohlau district is about to ehaijgQ ^owners,, but wo arc not nt liberty to mention particulars. Mr. AiG. Joiics has sold Iiis herd of eattlo nt Jimalong, on tho Laehlan, including tho stud cows, 2nd Dako,of Brunswick and Turk 3rd, to his lato partner, Mr. George Smith. Wo understand that £1200 Svhs piiicl for 2nd Duko of Brunswick, and the majority of his youngsters ivoro ralrcd ot .-ClOO por licad. Wo oro informed upon reliable authority that very heavy and Keasonablo rains have fal...

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J. H. CLOUGH AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 May 1875

J. II. CLOUOfl AND CO. Wool.—Sinco our last report tbero hns been a littlo moro business done iu tbis market. Sales, hoivover, nroi confined to asy, aud * folliuoiigora and handwashed wools, which are Belling at lato rates, the de mand is good, and all lots coming forward meet a ready sale, Shkbpskinb.—We havo ' no alteration to note. Our usual sales of the week havo been well attended, and we havo disposed of an average supply at the follow ing rates, viz,, for butchers' green skins, 3s Gd to 3s 9d each ; aud dry station skins, 5d to 8d per lb. Hides.—The market continues ! iirm for both clcan and wet salted, and we | have sold at tho following prices, viz., for green ox, 24s to 35s ; cow, 103 to 24s each ; I Victorian wot salted, 4jd to 5jd ; New Zca-, land, 5.1 d to fli|d ; kip, fid tn 54d j and calf- \ skins, 7d to 7id per lb. Tallow. -The im-. provemeut noted in our last. has been well | maintained, and there is a good demand for both shipment and local use. Vfo have sold infer...

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RICHARD GIBSON AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 May 1875

ItlCUARD GIBSON AND CO. : Fat Cattlh.—1,G86 head entered for tlic week's supply, About 8G head did notcome forward, and out of the balance 120 head were sold to .ill graziers, so tbab the actual number passed into consumption was about 880- licau. Tho market opened brisk at a rise in values of about 16s per head, and as the sales progressed the advance gradually rose to IGs and 20s per head, lato sales being ciTccted at a latter quotation. Fat Siibf.p— 13,500 yarded, a larger proportion than usual being good to prime qnality, for which a brisk demand oxisted, ana all such sold at satisfactory rates, vbilsb middling and in ferior lots were, as usual, n drug at lato low prices. CroBsbreds wero in better request, and realized higher prices, ono extra primo lot, from the Drceite Estate, made tho. nigh* est figure this season, viz.. 25s. Best merino wethers brought up to 15s; no good owes offering. Stork SropK--Up to the present time Bales have been vory dull in consequence of the dry st...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PHESS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, April 29. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 May 1875

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PHESS TELEGRAMS.] LATBST~BY CABLE. LONDON. April 29. The mails from Australia, via Torros Straits, were deliyored. oil! tlie 24th inst. Arrivals.—Prom Sydney: Brucklay Castle, January 16; Tyburnia, January 21; Duke of Sutherland, January 1; Sir John Lawrenco, December 31., 3?rom Molbourno: Gt-reat Queensland, January 14; Cambridgeshire, January 8; . also, Doretta, Ben. Cruachan, Martiibari, Ethel, Denny, Columbus> , and Sir John Lawrence. LONDON, May 1. An influential deputation yesterday had an interview with tho Earl of Car narvon atthe Colonial Office, and urged upon him tho annexation: of New Guinea. Lord Carnarvon acknow ledged tho importanco of tlio subject, but thought that the Government must proceed cautiously, and ho desired that there should bb a manifestation of more interest in tho proposal by Aus tralia. Sir Arthur Gordon has received ex tended powers for the protection of tho coast tribes of Now Guinea. The banquet given to Sir George ...

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WOOL, STOCK,'AND STATION REPORTS. SYDNEY. HARRISON, JONES, AND DEVLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 May 1875

WOOL, STOCK,'AND STATION EEPOETS.. SYDNEY. I/ARKISON. JONES. AND DEVLIN. Wool,—There have not been any public sales of wool this week. The season having no\v pretty well drawn to a close, it has been arranged between the selling brokers andtho purchasers to hold the sales fortnightly during the-winter months. Thero is still a good de.il of wool to arrive from sonic of the far outlying stations, which has been kept back through the scarcity of carriage. •Siikbp kkins.—The remarks under the head of wool apply equally to sheepskins, the public sales for which during tho next few months will only he held every second week. Tali.ow. —Owing almost to an entire absence of ton* nago for London, the buyers for export woro shut out of the market. Trade tallows were hardly so firm as last week. Quotations— Best mutton, 301 to £37 10a; beef, 321 to £33 ; mixed and station, £28 to £31. Hides. Prices were hardly so. firm at l^riday's sales, except for good heavy hides, which maintained last week'...

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YOUNG. BROCK AND BROUGUTON. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 May 1875

YOUNG. BROCK AND BROUGUTON. Fat Stock.—Forcattlo; wo have not had any, inquiry; there is a fair demand for Erime mutton for local consumption. "Wo avo forwarded 1000 wethers to our Bathurst , .agent for salein that market. Wo quote — ' Bulloolts, £7 to £8; cows, £6 to '£7; wethers, .9s to 10s ; cwb, 8s to 9s. Stokr CXttlis.—Transactions in this class of stock arc becoming more numerous, and good 'prices are maintained. We have a large number o.u our books, for which we shall be glad to treat. Our sales have been 40 head for Messrs. Starr, Brogan, and others, at from £2 JOs to £4 lGs for steers ; cows, £3 10s; to £5 lUs ; yearlings, £1 17s Gd to £2. - Quotations—Bullocks, • £4 10s to £0 ; cows, £3103 to £4 10s. Stork Sheep.—The in quiry lias beeu uuusually brisk lately, espec ially for young sheep. We have sold 800 mixed weaners for Mr. John JL'ring, to Messrs. Kelly and Tout, and 2U0 aged ewes, for Mr. Oraves, to Mr. Hutchinson. We quote— Aged owes, 5s to 8s ; young ewes, 9s to 12s ...

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GOULBURN. COHEN AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 May 1875

GOULBUKN. COHEN AND CO. , , Pat Cattle.—Market steady and firm, and supply about equal to trade requirements. Quotations.—Best bullocks, £8 to £9; medium to good, £7 to £7 10s j cows, £5 10s . to £7., Stoke Cattle.—AVo have numerous enquires for'full-grown bullocks and good ■ (breeding cows; and are glad to note a dis position on the'part of investors to speculate in this description of stock. Quotations.— All bullocks 100s to 110s; .equal sexes, 80s to 90s ; cows, 70s to 90s. Fat Sheep.— There is a large demand for really prime weighty wethers, but middling quality can, ■only be sold as stores. Quotations—Best 5G-lb wethers, 10s Cd to lis Gd ; lighter weights in proportion. Store Siiekp.—We could place any number of good sound brced iug ewes and young store wethers, which we quote as worth—tho former 8s to 12s-; the latter 7s Gd to 8s Cd. 'Horses.—'fhoro is a good. demand for good upstanding colts showing some amount of breeding, but weeds nre difficult fco soil. We sold this week ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 May 1875

Holloway's Pills. — Swimming of the bead, nausea, distaste for food, nnd a feeling of lassitude and exhaustion, are infallible indications of n torpid stomach and general sluggishness of tho secretive organs and the circulation. But it is not therefore necessary to send for a doctor. A course of Holloway's great cathartic, alterative, and' tonic remedy will remove every unpleasant symptom, and imbue both tho body and tho mind with unwonted energy. Every animal; fluid will bo purified, every obstruction in the evacua tory channels swept away, every organ re generated. These may seem to bo strong statements, but the testimony of the sick of all nations is their source and basis. Positive Virtues.—Tbo most of the so called great remedies possess only that sort of negative or passive virtue, which, while it may not often euro disease, will Seldom endanger life./- Bristol's Sarsaparilla is equally safe; tut it is possessed of that posi tive or aggressive virtue which will not tolerate th...

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Wagga Wagga Advertiser "This is true liberty, when freeborn men, Having to advise the public, may speak free," MILTON. WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 May 1875

fcjgp &jb&c vlisn ** Tills Is trn© liberty, when frccbom roon, . Having to advlso tlio public, may speak froo,M Miltom. WEDNESDAY, MAT 5, 1875. Titat tho mooting of the Hospital Committee which ought to have boon held oil Monday night should fall through for want of a , quorum, will occasion little surprise to anyone who has taken the trouble to read tho analysis of the attendances of tho Committee published in our Inst issue. Nothing , short of what Lord Dus dueaut calls " a wow,1 a wumpus, or a wiot," it appears has tho power to attract anything like, a full or punctual attendance. Given the prospect of any amount of moral shillelaghs flying around, and it is wonderful to note the alacrity with which men, who scarcoly ever put in an appearance at ordinary meetings, will rush to the"Bpard room on the appointed night. We would point out to the subscribers to the . Hospital that if the number of attendances set opposite each' Committeeman's name were published in the ...

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SCAMPS. (Globe.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 May 1875

SCAMPS. (Globe.) Once 'a scamp always one, and the only thing to do is to make him the best one you can; Tom gets: plucked at college; he is forthwith called a Rcamp, provided with,a steerage ticket and a £10 note, and packed off to Australia, leaving an impression be hind him that be Will probably get hanged for horse-stealing. He does well enough in Australia or. California, but then he has wasted many1 precions years and hundreds of ponnds. At college he was a ronnd man in a square hole, and ought never, to hare been Bent there, but ont on the plains of the West or a cattle station be is thoroughly in his element; and there is always this about a true Bcamp, that when his heart is in his work. he can buckle to like a Trojan. It is perfectly astonish ing the amount of work one of this claBS can do when he is in the right groove. Who discovered, and still I discover, the gold mines ef the world ? Who ferret out new lands ? Who are ever ready for any enterprise of daring and adventu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 May 1875

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY A UCTION This Day.—"Wilkinsok, XIann, tfiKcniN, and Co.r Prlmo fat cows, Pastoral Hotol Yards, 12 o'clock. Ufty fl. — WfLKOMON, HaNN, MiNCTIJH, Atld Co.— Vnluablo town property, Criterion Hotel, 3 o'clock, v . May 8.—"Wilkinson, IIahn, MrKcnm, and Co.— Storo and fat cattle, Pastoral Hotel Yards, 12 o'clock May 13, — "Wilkinson*, ITan.v, MiNomw. and Co — Storo cattlo. Pastoral Hotel Yards, 1 o clock. May 20. — Etxeusuank, Eaqlestone, and Co. — Britannia Mills, North Wagga. ;May 20. — PmrBRfi.'KuTHEiiroRD, and Co. ~ Pure bred cattlc, &c., at "Wagga. May 27.—Wilkinson, TIan.v, Miwoni.v, and Co.— Store cattle. Pastoral Hotol Yards," 1 o'clock;

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