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MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. MR. SLATTERIE'S LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 August 1875

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. Mr. Si.A'itkiuk'h Lkctdre. According to announcement, Mr. Slaltcrie delivered his Iccttire upon " Mind, matter Sleep, dreaming," nt the Institute on Tues day. In addition to the lecture, which was divided into two parts, a musical entertain, menb was given, iu which tho baud and somo gentlemen assisted. There was a crowded attendance, a fact which spunks well for tho growing interest in the Institute, and one which might well have excited surprise, looking at tho great attraction of Mr, Barlow's performances in another plaoo; For the concert wo will merely say that tho singers wcro all favourites among our amateurs, and acquitted themselves so as to give great pleasure to the largo audience. After the baud had played an overturo, Mr. Fitzhardingo, tho occupant of tho chair, introduced Mr. Slattorie, who said that the subject ho had announced for consideration this evening had been very keenly discussed of lato by some of the loftiest intellects of tho day. lie ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 August 1875

.WANSBD. WANTED, a Smart HOY for Citsli Desk. Apply l'\ llOl'Ell, Victoria House, Wagga Wagga. tub.a WANTED, MEN, with a Bullock Team, to erect Chock-and-log Fencing., Apply to I:!. 0. PEARSON, Sandy Crook; or to WILKINSON, II ANN, M INCH CIS', and Co., Wagga Wagga. -/ANTED, FOUR MEN, to Split Posts VY and erect 25 miles of Wire Fencing; 111011 with Teams preferred. Also two Bush men, or Bough Carpenters. Also, Dam makers and Tank-sinkers, having horses and drays. Apply at oncc to A. G. JONES. Wagga Wagga, 5tli August, 1875. TTTANTED to purcliaso a TEAM OF VV BULLOCKS. Tackle, and Dray. Apply to A. G. JONES. Wagga Wagga, 5th August, 1875. ATOTIGE.— SHEARING will commence at IN COWABEE oil SEPTEMBER 11, 1875.- JAS. C. HAWKINS, Mannger. : tmo.l w ANTED, ft DRAPER. Apply CITAS. AVALL, Riverino Stores. '■ : tmu.c ' • "TTTANTED, by a Middle-aged Woman, a YV situation as ft GENERAL SERVANT, in , Town or on a Station. Address F. T*, •Advertiskh Office.. tma.t XT7 ANTED, a MARRIED COUPLE, V...

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THE CHINESE AND AUSTRALIAN WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 August 1875

THE CHINESE AND AUSTRALIAN WOOL. Mr. Moncton Synuofc soncta the foliowing to tbo Argus j—^The enormous quantities of wool annually poured into London, from many countries as well as from Australia, has occupied a very considerable share of at* tention for some years pu&t, chiefly because until lately, when tho Americans came here and commenced to buy and ship direct to their own ports, every ounco of our wool wont to tho London market, and I felt, and still feel, that Australia has too many eggs in one baslteb. It also appears while the quan tity of wool entering London for sale is con stantly and steadily increasing year by year, tho facilities for the exhibition and sale of our great staple are by no means increased in a corresponding degree. The great number of bales opened daily, and the short time al lowed for inspection, render it impossible that buyers can examine one half tho lots sold during each series. Even in Molbourne, whc'i several hundred lots arc opened for t...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, August 13. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 August 1875

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PJWSS TJiLKGRAMS.} LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, August 13. ' Turkey lias resolved upon the adoption of •inoro vigorous measures for tlio suppression of the insurrection of Herzegovina, and largo reinforcements have boon despatched to the scono of action. Dalmatian and Montenegrin bands arc joining the insur gents. Tho rato of discount is 2 per cent. (PIIOU OUR OWN CO It It Bti I'O N DI! NTS.) SYDNEY, Tuesday Night, Mr. Mitchell's estate, 3700 acrcs, has been purchased by Mr, Dunoan McCrae, late of Victoria. Tho criminal libel case at Maitlaud—Soil ing v. Thackeray and -Sweot—has resulted in tho committal of tho defendants for trial. Joseph Finch, charged with rape .at ltaglau, has been committed for trial. Gold Ins been found within 35 miles of Glen Iuucs. Tho Animal Protection Society have written to .tho Magistrates of the colony asking their co-operatiou for tho improve* ment of tho pounds. "NVhito has boon convicted of an attempt to bribe a Member of Pa...

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THE [?]agga [?]agga A[?]ertiser "This in true liberty, when freeborn men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." MILTON. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 August 1875

THE Wn^n Mnggit " This in Into liberty, wlion freeborn men, Having to ndviso tho public, may spetik froo," Mii.ton. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1875. Although ivc never for a moment imagined that tlie Eoiiijutsox Ministry was capable of conferring a boon on the colony by legislating wisely, wo did think that tlicy would liavc pos sessed sufficient common honesty to allow tliein to stand their colours. In other words, we did not anticipate they would have shirked enquiry, and shuffled out of the responsibility of their own acts. But time, a short time too, has shown that they are and have been, capable of both. The public of Now South "Wales has scon that when the Government had brought forward a measure, which they knew would not pass, some of the most prominent members of the Ministry were not present at the division. "\Ve allude to the bill to increase the number of Supreme Court Judges, and their salaries. Then again, when another 'measure—the Stamp Duties Bill—was introduced, and thro...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 August 1875

ITEMS OF NEWS. Tiill weather took a most decided change on Sunday morning from win Ivy cold to summer heat, or rather closeness; and it has lasted so up to the present-. As a natural consequence, fclio sudden change alluded to lias caused illness among the residents of the -town, and has mndi the grass spring most wonderfully. In order to enablo our reader to have the Atnonded Land Act, just passed, in complete form for future reference, wc publish with this issue a supplement containing it in its entirety. Tin: Committee of the Murrumbidgcc Pas- 1 toral Association invite tenders for the right to erect a refreshment booth upon the Show ground, for the Sth and 9th September. It has been decided that one booth only will be , allowed, and the tenders will ho opened at \ 10 o'clock a.m. on Tuesday, the 31st iust. Tub inimitable " i31uc Tailed Fly" Barlow, has performed hero, and has succeeded, as wc felt sure be would, iu impressing the pub- I tic of Wagga with the idea that lie is a r...

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LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 August 1875

LAND. The following selections were made lasfc Thursday at the various places named. It will be observed that the number of selec tions taken up at tho various places are few compared to previous weeks, but this is ex plained by tho fact that people were waiting for tho Amended Land ActGundayat.— Nicholas H. Carberry, 3 luts 40a. each, South Gobarrnlong ; John Morris, 3 lots 40a. each, Nangus;. James Franklin, 40a., Willie Ploma; John Hatley, 4 lots, 40a. each, Jindalce; Chris. Sullivan, 40a., Cowctimbla ; William Clarke, 49a., Mitta Mitta j Edward Faunt, 43a. lr. 30., Cungegong; I?. F. Horsley, 40a., Muudarlo; John Green, 40a,, Willie Ploma; Michael Dwyer, 78a., Cooney ; Ann tasia Maher, 40a.. Ironbong; J. H. Argaet, C0a., Stony Creek • William Hawkins, 40a., Gobarralong ; Patrick Keane, 40a. each, Money Money ; W, J. Givney, 2 lots 40a., each, Gobarralong. Hay.—Wilfred Lough liaii, IGOa, on the La:hlan, adjoining Philip Sorcnsoii's c. p ; William j. Donohoe, 320a., west of tho c. ...

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PASTORAL ME[?]S. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 August 1875

PASTORAL MEHS. The sale of Mr. Donald Stewart's Jvoorl moolung estate, near Campcrdown, con taining about 4500 acres, to Mr. W. 15. Ochiltree, at satisfactory price and terms, is reported. Messrs. James Forsyth and Co., Hay, re port having sold for tho Hon. W. Campbell, of Clare station, 120 yearling rams to John Brougham, of ltajuligah; also, in conjunc tion with George Aitltcn, of MclCourne, «*K>00 five year-old ewes for Colin W. Simson, of Mungadal, and 20,000 ewes, same age, for Messrs. Godfrey and Chambers, Pcvensey, to G. Hislop, Esip Mr Brown, manager for Mr. C. B. Fisher, inspected Mr. Moore's Wallaby station, Booligal (says the Hay Grazier); in the event of the property changing hands it will be converted into a sheep station, for which it is said to be admirably adapted. Messrs. Dal* Campbell, Hepburn, and Co. report the sale of the Werribeo estate, con taming MOO acres, on account of tho trustees of the late'Mr. John Kiddle, to Mr. William llobertson, of Moyhall, at a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 August 1875

IMPOUNDING?*. Apklon'O.—On tho Hist day of .Inly. 1875, from tfacki Nackl, by Air. SI. Cowan ; sum due at date of notice «et after cach animal Wrick home. Illegible brand like K off shoulder, near bind foot white, Rtar, pulled tail: 0.i. fid. Also, on liio 3rd August, from Nacltl Nocki, by Sir. T. FanntHay horse, 11 (side ways) over I! nearnhoulder, near hind foot wldtc, star and snip, pulled tail ; lis. ToboBold Augusts. Tumut.—On the 2>ith day of duly, 1B7"i, from (iobrcRandra, by Mr. "VV. Atkinson ; sum due at date of notice set after each animal <»ray hor.se, long tail, 1' (i off rump ; 125. 01, : bay horao, star In fore head, A over 2 near shoulder, V-^ off shoulder, brokcn-ln ; 12s. tid. ; bay horse, blaze in face, oil hind foot white, HO near shoulder ; JIM. Od.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 August 1875

TEE SQUATTSRS' GUIDE HOW TO PURCHASE J?OE THE APPROACHING SEASON. GrEO. HFOIiSTrTH & CO., ITH the viow of enabling Bayers and those ordering, to obtain the exact quantity , and the correct thing desired, publish the following comprehensive list of most . Valuable Property (in all to hand 150) one hundred and tifty tons, respectfully invite perusal of same. All orders will be executed with carenrid despatch^.;; ' 1 No. 1: She Squatters' Guide in the Ironmongery Boom.. . . "Woolpacks—Best Dundee Packs, in lOj and 10&lbs.; from olio to three thousand packs, in. Bales of 25, 50, and 100. Sheepsliears—Ward and Payne's, No. 3S and 81; Sorby's and other good brands in boxes of half-a-dozen. . v'*.1 ' • • » •. Oils.—Castor,-Boiled, Raw, Colza, and Neatsfoot, in 5 nndJIO gallon drums. Tar—Stockholm and Coal, in 5 and 10 gallon drums. • . ^ ■■ Pitch/--In 7* 14, and 281bs. parcels. i'. f Turps—Best American, in 4-gallon tins or S -gallon cases- • Twine—Seaming in bales of 25, 5...

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SYDNEY. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 August 1875

SYDNUY. (FROM OUJt OWN* CORRB3POXDUST.) At length wo arc treated to a respite irom Parliamentary business for a few mouths, and certainly not before members had fully earned a rest. The past session has been a lengthy and tedious one, and when wo came to look back at tho really small amount of actual business that lias been got through we commcuced to wonder how 011 earth the time had been jotted away. Irrespective of the Land Bill what other measure of real im portance has been originated. The whole acts of the session may be fairly said to have been wrapped up iu this one measure, which after all tho time and labour expended upon it is one in which tho majority have but littlo faith, for after all said and done it is but a patched up Bill, and one that will fail to express in its integrity tho opinions of oither branch of the Legislature. Commencing with the avowed object of redressing one or two glaring discrepancies in the existing Land Act it became so altered and amended by th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 August 1875

WANTED. WANTED, to Hiro or Purchase,- EX PRESS WAGGON, HORSES, and HARNESS capable of taking Fifteen hun dredweight from Wagga, cn route for Partes. Covered, if possiblo; break, io., on waggon^ i liccessai'y. Also,- Covered Buggy, Horso,' " and Harness. R. BARLOW, Criterion Hotel, Wagga. toe.t ;; WANTED.—A CARPENTER just oorao . to town wants Employment. Apply; Tradesman, at this olliee. Wagga Wagga, August 20, 1875. WANTED, MEN, with ;> Bullock Team, to erect Chock-ami-log Fencing. Apply to E. C. l'EARSON, Sandy Creek, or to WILKINSON, IIANN, MINCHIN,; aud Co., Wagga Wagga. ■ rP-°' TTTANTED, FOUR MEN, to Split Posts YV »nd erect 25 miles of Wire Fencing; men with Teams preferred. Also two 15usu mcu, or Rough Carpenters. Also, Dain HKikcrjj and Tank-sinkers, having horses and' drays. ' Apply at oueu trjl-jv.tL JONES. Wagga Wagga, Otli Auguc 'S75. ^ ■VTT.IK'rilD to pu.';i^B^'*fEAJl OP VV BULLOCKS, xauuTo, aiul Drny. ' Apply to A. U. JONES, Wngga'Wagga, 5tU August, 1875. NOTICE.— S...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 August 1875

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The ordinary meeting of tho Council was held on Thursday. Present—His Worship tlio Mayor, Aldermcu Forsyth, Hardy, Burgin, and Cumroings. Apologies were re ceived from Aldermen Wall and Mumford, The minutes of the previous meeting wcro read and confirmed, together with copies of tho outgoiug correspondence of tho Council, no letters being read as roccivcd beyond tho apologies for non-attendauce, Tho Works Committee reported recom mending soino formation on the Narnndera road, and a log crossing in Peter-street, at Boon's Itctrcut Hotel, both reports being adopted. Alderman Forsyth in illusion to tho pro> ceedings of tho Council at its last meeting, by which certain proposed work on tho cemctry road, was ordered to lie over for future consideration called attention to tho state of that road, which was now so bad that funerals wcro of necessity passed through Mr. llardy'8 paddock. Ho re minded the Council that thoy wcro pledged to keep this road in an eilicicnt s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 August 1875

Special Advertisements. WOOL. . WOOL. WOOL. GOLDSBllOUGII'S WOOL WAttE HOUSES, MELBOURNE. R.: GOLDSBROUGH AND CO. T)EG to annouuce to the Wool Growers and Merchants of the Australian Colonies, Tasmania, and New Zealand, that their Warehouses are now ready for tbo lleception and Sale of Wool during the Season, and that they are jjrepared to. make LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES, : ON >'AVQlT.RAJ3LE TEItMH, On the eusuing Clip of Wool, either ior sale in this market, or shipment to London. Rales by Public Auction will be held on each Monday and Wkdnksday during the Season, and proceeds will be paid on the Tuesday following. Tlioy act as Selling Brokers only, and con stituents may rely on their best endeavours to obtain the fullest Market Value for any Consignments with which. they may be favored. Their extensive Warehouses have been eonstrnctcd specially for the Storage and Display of Wool to the best advantage, thn Sample Rooms being lighted 011 an improved principle. The various Rooms are ...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 August 1875

ITEMS OF NEWS. Again wc have to apologise for tho absence of tho Melbourne wool and stock reports, owing to tho late arrival of the Albury mail last night. Mit. Barlow again performed on Thursday night, aud enjoyed the felicity of a good bouse. As wo have already complimented Mr. Barlow to the fullest extent, it is only necessary to atato that his performance on tho night referred to was fully up to previous efforts, aud obtained enthusiastic applause. Air. Lewis did some new magical tricks, which were clever. By an announcement appearing in our advertising columus it will be seen that Mr. Barlow will give, in conjunction with the Wngga Band, under Mr. J. S. Smith's conductorship and Mr. Osborne, a iinal performance on Monday night. Mr. Barlow intends to reuder a lot of new songs and dances—iu fact give a complete chauL'o. of programme. No extra chargo will bo made, and it is to be hoped that a large attendance will confirm the opinion that Mr. Barlow is a 41 small" wonder in his wa...

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RIVER GAUGE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 August 1875

P.IVER GAUGE. Showing the height of the Murrumljidgee above summer level ab AYagga "Wagga:— Ft. hi. August 20 (falling) .. .. 10 0

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. SUMMARY OF NEWS. SYDNEY, FRIDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 August 1875

AKIIIVA.L OF THE ENGLISH MAIL.i | SUMMARY OF NEWS. SYDNEY, Fjiiday Night. The Golcouda arrived at Adelaide tliis morning, bringing news to July 9th. The 7th Company of lloyal Engineers lias embarked in the Whampoa steamer far Fiji, An animated controversy lias arisen re specting the credibility of Captain Lawson's discoveries in New Guinea. His statements are generally regarded as mere invention. On the 1st July a deputation waited on Earl Carnarvau to obtain from him au assur ance that the ecclesiastical policy of Lord Kimbcrley should not be pressed by Govern ment iuflueucc on reluctant colonies, espec ially as regards the encouragement of Roman Catholicism. Whilst declining to commit himself to any definite engagement, the Earl expressed a general .agreement with the principles and object of the deputation. The appeal from the decision of Supreme Court, Sydney, in the case of Australian Insurance Company, v. Jackson, has been dismissed by the I'rivy Council. The Australian United...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 August 1875

ON SALE JgY THE UNDERSIGNED EX VICTORIA Bolts aiyi Nuts, all sizes and Eye Hinges Engineers Hammers Farriers' do Rivetting do Claw do ' ' Spalling do Masons' do Napping do -,<■'> Galvanised Wire clothes lines Mattheson's Augurs, \ to § Mattheson's Bits, ^ inch Navvy Shovels Tar Buckets Sharp's Axes s Brick Trowels, 13 inch Wire Nails, 2, 2£, 3 inch '1"';'' Knife Boards Enmd. Basins Pulpit Latches Lamp Scissors Grooving Planes Rabate Planes Gimblet and Shell bits Fire Irons Saucepans Socket Spades Hay Lashing Stocks and Dies, 3-16 to 5-8'' 59 bags splendid potatoes 51 bags Sugar 50 boxes Candles 2 cases Cheese (New Zealand) 1 case Sago 1 bag Canary seed 1 saclc Oatmeal 1 do Coffee 12 pkgs Red Herrings 2 crates Earthenware 2 lihd Glassware PER C O R O W A 2 cases single Bedsteads 1 case double do Hoop-iron Carriage Candles Planes (assorted) : Mackay s Augur Bitss J to |in Marple's Sliell do. 3-32. E. SHAW, GURWOOD STREET, Wagga Wagga, . i(8j70 J BISCUITS! BISCUITS! BISCU...

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WAGGA WAGGA HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 August 1875

AVAGGA AVAGGA HOSPITAL. Visitinrj Committee, for t1io month :— Messrs. \V« A. Cofctee and F.jW. Gcnvlland. Sub'CommUtee—Messrs. J. T, Roberta aud 0. Bergin. I

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ALBURY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT]. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 August 1875

ALBUEY. [FROM oun OWN COKKEsrONDENT]. Jivcn though 1 should have political and social news of importance to communicate, it is right- to giro a few remarks on ilic weather. Tlio frost, cold, and rain are on the wane, or rather spring has commenced both in appear auec and reality • If there be anything to find fault with all the week, it is that the weather has on a sudden become too mild and balmy. The change which must be expected in grass and crops must bo soon very cheering, and that change is anxiously expected by those who are interested in husbandry. Some think the crops must be under the average of past years, but an Australian climate has influences, or rather capabilities, which tend to surpass ordinary speculations. Except in some low or marshy lauds, which suffer by redundant water, crops in general look well. I do not think there is any need for gloomy anticipa tions about a stingy harvest. At the same time, even if the crops were under the average, it is only what must ...

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