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Magga Magga Advertiser "This is true liberty, when freeborn men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." MILTON. SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 May 1875

SSfajgp Mujjp ^bfrcrtifj c r SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1875. Tiie Legislative Assembly of the colony of New .South "Wales has lately been the sceno of slang-whanging of no mean description. One, two, or more of its enlightened members have been exchanging incivilities of a most polished kind. Notably among such lirebrands may be named Messrs. Buchanan, and Fohster. Those lights of our Parliamentary 'world have distinguished themselves in no common way, and have proved to the entire satisfaction of all that they ore men of exceptional abilities in hurling abuse in every direction. But, ■whether or not, their displays of keen, .not to say bitter, language arc appreciated by the outside public, is a very doubtful question. However, as it is not fair to expect men any- more than the brute crcation to belie their nature, we will not suggest that they should do other than after their kind. Still wo think we can point out where an improvement mightbo made by them even in their own lino of business...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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LI A R S. (Observer.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 May 1875

LI A R S . (Observer.') The Devil is said to be the Either of Lies. Now we come to the lie proper —the lie vicious, the lie doaijjiiing, and the lie ensnaring. Here the liar, influ enced by the spirit of Evil, may perpe trate his lies ou6 of a love of wrong doing, or from motives of selfisli gain. As the type representing Evil, we have Ingo. The disposition of lago was a malignaut and cynical one—it ex pressed a cynicism too vigorous for these days. His mind was, in some aspects, a great ono. Ho possessed large perception, immense constructive ability, with an utter absence of prin ciple ; and conjoined to great powers of reflection, were those of untiring malice. Your most dangerous liars are of this order. Tho generality of mankind are no match for them. Tame moralists Bay that lying is not profitable, because it is wrong. The fact is, it is not profitable becauso it is so often found out. Only those can afford, from worldly motives, to invent lios, who command not only tbe imagi ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, May 10. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 May 1875

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST~BY CABLE. LONDON, May 10. The steamer Scliiller was wrecked by ruiining ashore. The number of persons who perished was 311; '14: persons and a portion of the mails were saved. The Emperor of liussia arrived at Berlin to-day. The result of his inter view with tlio Emperor of Germany is being anxiously awaited. The Italian Parliament has been engaged during the week in discussing a motion blaming the Government for undue leniency towards the bishops, and allowing the law of exequatur to remain a dead lottcr. Signor Meng hetti promised to introduce legislation, to protect the state, aed to administer ecclesiastical property. He also stated that the relations with Germany were excellent. A voto of confidence in the Government was passed. (from our own correspondents.) SYDNEY, Tuesday night. The second, reading of the Land Bill was carried by 3-1 to 7. Several additional failures are re ported. "The Government intend dealing with the...

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NEW PHRASE IN THE BEECHER TRIAL. (New York Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 May 1875

NEW PHRASE IN THE BEECH ELI TRIAL. (New York Time?.) Tlio opening "speech " of Mr. Tracy in tlio Beechor cnso is likoly to attract tlio attention of lawyers at liotno nnd abroad. Solomon said that there was nothing now under tlio sun, but as Mr. Evarta has already aeked, what has Solomon to do with this cnse ? To many lawyers it will scorn something new/or nil advocato to plead to a jury from a written manuscript which has apparently been weeks or months in preparation, and tho "advanco sheets" of which have actually been published —in part at least—before they wore read in court. It is a fact that an evening paper printed on Thursday a considerable portion of tho wondrous «' speech " which was to bo addressed to tho jury on Friday. This gives the usual recommendation to the jury " not to road tho newspapers " a totally fresh significance. It will also bo quito new to " old fogies " at the bar, to find an ndvocate devoting a largo part of bis written narrative to a vin dication of h...

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URANA RACES. THURSDAY, 13TH MAY. TRIAL STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 May 1875

TIRANA RACES. .Thursday; 13xii May. trial stakes, .Three-quarters of a mile. Mr. C. M. Lloyd's eh gSonnettoor... I Wou very easily. UllANA TOWN PLATE, Two miles. Mr. H. Kefct'a cli gPlanet .. ... 1 Mr. H. Kelt's g g Snowdeu 2 Mr. C. Edgchill's br li Oassio - ... 3 A good race. MAIDEN PLATE, One and a half miles. Mr. H. J. Dercpas's Kathleen ... I Right Bower ... 2 HUIIDLE RACE. Mr. A. Boylo's g g Groystanea ... 1 . Mr. E. Liutott's b g Counterjuinper 2 Course very heavy and wot. Tub latest startling movement, which com pletely puts in tho shade "Woman's Bights, Tompcranco Crusades,-' Moody-cum-Snnlcoy I{«Yivalists,<Src.,is tobo credited toAVoodsppint in Victoria, where, it is paid, lias been estab lished a " Grass "Widows' Association.1' "Wo should think tlioro was a deal of greon About tliis society, and bachelor patronngo. The Paris papers announco tho arrival of a now phenomenon in tho shapo of a veritable Cyclop says tho Anglo-Australian; that is to say, to tlioso uni...

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LIBELLING THE DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 May 1875

LIBELLING THE DEAD. It has been recently staled by " A Critic," in a letter written to the Pal) Mall Gazette, apropos of "Grevillo's Memoirs," that to libel a doad person is a criminal offence. And it is, no doubt, so laid down, remarks the La'v Times, in the case De Libellis Rmo.i (5 Coke 125), the reason given being; that tho libol "stira up others of the same family blood- or society to re venge, and to break tho pence." In R. v. Topham (4 T. R. 128, A. D. 1791), in which tho defendant was in dicted for publishing a libel of Earl Cowper, then decoasod, and for " caus ing it to bo belioved that the said oarl in his lifetime was destitute (inter alia) of filial duty and affection," Lord Chief Justico Konyon delivered tho considered judgmont of the court thus: "To say that the conduct of a doad person can at no time bo can vassed ; to hold that oven after ages aro passe.1, tho conduct of (\ bad mrin cannot bo contrasted with tlio good, would bo to exclude llio most useful part- of h...

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STOCK AND STATION REPORTS ADVERTISER OFFICE, Friday Eening. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 May 1875

STOUK AND STATION RliPOims ADVHRTIflKIt Office, Friday livening. Wo lmvo to record a3 our weather report for tlio week almost continuous rain, as scarce a day lias passed without some sliowcra, and for the past two or three days tho rainfall has been considerable. Cold bleak winds havo accompanicd the rain, and the weather has altogether set in with a full wintry aspect. From our exchanges wo learn that tho rain has been general, and thoro is much rejoicing thereat in places where hitherto tho gloomiest forbodiugs existed as to tho prospects of grass and water. At Dubbo tho Despatch Bays that all' fears of tho draught havo now passed away. A great deal of vain had fallen. If frost holds off for a few weeks, there will bo plenty of feed for the winter months. From Ooonaiuble we hear there was some fine showers last week, and on Saturday night it set iu steadily and continued, raining heavily on Sunday, when our correspondent wrote. Tho ^rass is growing, and tho squatters can look int...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 May 1875

BANKS. AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK. INTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at current ratep. Drafts issued on all the Branches and Agencies in New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, Adelaide, Tasmania, and Now Zealand; also, on England, [rcland, and Scotland. ■\V. A. COTTETC, Manager. Wagga "Wagga, 2Sth September, 1SGS. THE COMMERCIAL BANKING ^•COMPANY. OF SYDNEY. WAG GA WAGGA BRANCH. DEPOSITS Received on Current Accounts, Interest Allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current RatuB, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits Granted, Advances Made upon Approved Security, and all other usual Banking Busi ness Transacted. The Bank issues Drafts and Letters of Credit upon its various Brandies and Agon cies throughout NEW SOUTH WALES, VICTORIA, ^ QUEENSLAND, - . SOUTH AUSTRALIA, TASMANIA, AND NT3W ZEALAND. Also upon all the Principal Towns in tho United Kingdom. / ' FRED, W. GOWLLAND, Manager. INSURANCE. The Australian alliance ASSURANCE COMPANY. .Established for The and Marino Insurance, Assurances of Live3, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 May 1875

IU.VISH GAUGE. Showing the height of the Murruinbulgce above summer level at NVaggiv "Waggn

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 May 1875

SPECIAL AD VBIiTIS11MEN'l'S. "Wool. ' H A. STINGS CUNINGHAM AND CO., WOOIi-BROKBRS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, AUSTRALASIAN WOOL STOKES, Collins-street West, MELBOU1WK. WE'beg to notify tho Woolgrowers of the Murrumbidgec, Lachlan, and Darling ' districts that we ore prepared to make liberal advances on the most favourable terms upon the Ensuing Clip of Wool, and also upon approved station securities. . Having made fcxtcnaive additions to our already commodious warehouses, by which their storage capacity has been doubled, we nro enabled to offer facilities for conducting tho trade unsurpassed by any firm in tho colonics; aud as wc strictly confine our business to that of SELLING BROKERS ONLY 'ON COMMISSION, wo have no interest, either directly or indirectly, in the to our constituents the surest guarantee that the extreme markot value will nfc all times be secured for their consignments. ; Our Sales, during the ensuing Wool Season, will be regulated according to the -tone of the mark...

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FLUKE IN SHEEP. (The Leader). [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 May 1875

FLUKE IN SHEEP. (The Leader). The experiments for the euro of fluke in sheep by a process of treatment devised by Mr. Joseph Sullivan havo been somewhat abruptly brought to a closo through somo dogs obtaining entrance to the enclosure and worry, ing the two remaining shoep in such o manner that they had to bo destroyed. Still, the experiments have been suffi cient to lead to valuable results, and a full report from Dr. Graham MitchcII will be submitted to the Govormnont shortly, through Mr. Cnrr, tho Chief Inspector of Stock. In order that tho nature of tho experiments may be fully understood, it is necessary to state that some time ago Mr- Curr had his attention drawn to the increasing importance of the subject of fluke in sheep by a rapid spread of the disease through the flocks of tho couutry. Ho therefore applied to the Government for a grant of money to enable him to havo some experiments made with a view to ascertaining' what could be done to cure or prevent the disease. Mr. F...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 May 1875

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The ordinary meeting of the Council was held on Thursday. Present:—Tho Mayor, Aldermen Hardy, Bolton, Bergin, and Wall. Apologies wero received from Aldermen Mumford and Cummins. The minutes of the former .meeting were confirmed, and copies were read of tho out going correspondence of tho Council, directed at the last meeting. Tho following letters were read as received by tho Council:—From Department of Pnb lio Works announcing tho raising of the classification of . tho Albury road; from William Smith, stating his inability to pay tlio watering rate, and asking for time ; from Department of Justico and Public Instruc* tion, stating that the bye-laws of the Free Library had been confirmed ; from Hon. W. Forster, acknowledging receipt of petition, with Mr. Scarr's report, pointing out certain informalities, and stating tho steps ho pro* posed to take ; from James Clarke, stating that the ftneing complained of had been re» ' moved j from Mr.-J. Holloway, statiug tha...

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MECHANICS INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 May 1875

MECHANICS INSTITUTE. Tho Annual General Meeting of tho mem bers of the abovo Institute was held on Wed nesday evening, for tho purpose of receiving tlio Itoport for the past your and tlio election of ofllcors for tlio ensuing year., Owing to tlio inclemency of tlio weather tlio attendance was Binall. Present—Messrs. H. 33. Fitz hardinge, President (in tho eluxir), II. J. Williams, E. Shaw, «T. 11. Garland, P. Dune, Cfr. II, Tempest, J. J3entloy, W. S. Mitchell, 0. llenry, W. A. BiuotV,U. 11080,0. Hardy, It. Nixon, and 0. Biggall. The Prcsidonfc briofly elated tho object of tho meeting and congratulated tho members upon tho improved aspect of tho affairs of tho institution. Ho also spoko in very high terms of tho manner in which their lato Treasurer, Mr. Ramsay, had fulfilled the duties of liia office, and of the great loss tho Institute had sustained by his resignation, an called upon tho Secretary to read tlio reports of tho General Committee, tho Treasurer, and tho Library Sub-coi...

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MELBOURNE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 May 1875

MEL130UENE. [FliOM OUR OWN OOIiriEarO^DKXT.] Fearful and wonderful arc tho "ways of some of those who go down to tho sea in ships, particularly thoso whom good luck or other causes luvvc placcd over tho head of their fel lows, mid made into officers. There bo, of courso, officers and officers, as tlicro bo also sailors and sailors. Some, captains and masters are kind, so far as their duty will permit them to be, and considerate to their mop, others arc fiends incarnate. fJCho captain of a merchant vessel on the high seas is an auto crat and no mistake, he is, to a very large ox lent irresponsible for his actions, and has almost absolute power over tlioso uudor his command, and when, as is too often tho caso, lie chooses to exercise his aut hority in an arbi trary and oppressive manner and to treat tho sailors like dogs, his ship becomes, to use tho familiar expression "a hell upon earth." Many arc tho tales fearful and terrible that have come up from tho ocean, and of tlicso wo have...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 May 1875

mpouNDixas. South "Waocia.—On April 21 (rom Berry 'Terry, by Mr, J. LcitcU ; expenses to date, 153. Od. Uay Filly, liko AW nc.ir shoulder. off hind foot white; white horse, Mil or IJII conjoined near shoulder, girth Balled ; bay horse, star and snip, like Wit conjoined near shoulder, S near node, scar near ribs, like f over ^ near saddle; Bay filly, liko .ID over J sideways near 'shoulder ; chcsnut colt, star, liko J or O f,lf shoulder*-;, notice sent to supposed own era. To bo sold May 20.' Adei.oxo,—On 19th April, from Gadara, by . R K. Broughton, sum due at date of notice, 10s. Od each:~Bay m»»e, no visible brand ; gray filly blotched brands near shoulder. To be Hold according to Impounding Act, North Gundaoai. — On 10th April, 1875, from Back Station Creole, by Mr. D. Murphy; re-advertised; sum duo at date of notice, .CIJted-slded bullock, indescribable brand near rump, slit near car, a worker. To be sold 20th May. Ten-mile Cubkk.—On 20th April, from Cookin dlna, by Mr. William ...

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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 May 1875

PASTORAL MEMS. TitEbuBincssintholocolmarkothasbcon very dull during tho past wcok, no sales, wo must, suppose, worthy of noto having been effected, qb the agents lmvo not forwarded their usual weekly reports. Tho Wilcannia Times roports the following sales:—Messrs. Kirkpatrick and Frew hnvo sold 5,000 breeding ewes belonging to tho Bililla station to Messrs. Cowcll and Spicer at a satisfactory prico to be delivered on the sta tion. Tho somo firm in conjunction ■with T. W. Ilaschvood and Co., sold on account of Mr. T. 13. Came, 4000 breeding ewes (o Messrs. Bates and Sous, delivered at Wil cannia. Mr. Clias. St. Baker (Forbes) reports that he sold by auction, on account of Mr. Joseph Strickland, 50 head fat cattle at from £7 Is. to £7 14s. for bullocks, and ;CG to £7 15s. for cows j and, on account of Mr. C. E. Pearson, 19 head, nearly nil cows, at from £o l'ls. to £G 8s. Mr. A. Stokes (Forbes) roports sale by auction of 45 fat bullocks and 5G0 fat wethers j and, by private sale on a...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 May 1875

J THUS OF NliW'S. A mkbtixg of Hie Commifctco of tho Murrumbidgco Turf Club, waB held at the Australian Hotel yesterday evening, Pre sent—Mr. J. Leitch (in the chair),, Messrs. J. (,'ux, John King, G. A. .Elliott, U. Berlin, E. C. Pearson, M. Callaghan, A. T. Bolton, .»nd »S. Jiawkins. The meeting was called for tho purpose of arranging the programme for the forthcoming races. The dates for the races weie fixed for the 8th, 9th, and 10th December, and a programme was cut out as follows :-Tlie added money fortho Wagg.aOup was set down as £000 j Town Plate, £300; Grand Stand Handicap, £200 ; Steeplechase, £150 ; two Hurdle itaccs, ,0100 each, and one £50 ; Maiden Plate, £123. These awns, with the amotinfc to be allotted to the All aged Stakes and several minor races, bring the added money for this year up to £2000. Mr. J. Gormlcy was appointed Handicapper, and the following gentlemen were named as stewards :—Messrs. John Cox, E. C. Pear son, John King, Jauies Gormlcy, and M. Caliaghau...

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ALBURY. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 May 1875

ALBUItY. (FHOJt OUIl OWN CORItBSrONDENT.) Taking off attention from mere petty, squabbling, I should respectfully propose that tboso who consider themselves the leading men of Albury," should pay duo at tention to the place assigned to bo tho Kail way Terminus. 1 lb is highly improper to leave all such things to tho Engineer and. Surveyor. They may do what is strictly right, bub there arc instances whero tho in terests and conveniences of tho public liavo been sacrificed to individual advantage. A meeting should be called, a Committee ap pointed to suporvise this important matter; of course it will be said the member for tho district is suro to attend to the business. It is by 110 mcaus either safe or fair to be leaving all things to an M.L.A. Very often tho same partiality lias been laid to the charge of a member that has been proved against Government officials. In many ro spccts it would bo better for tho people of Albury to be like their friends of tho Mur ruuibidgoe, who will s...

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LAND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 May 1875

LAND NOTES. The following reserves from sale nro notified in the Gazetto of the lltli instant:—For Water Supply, Lachlan District, No. 750, county of Bland, situated on tho Thcago and Boga Bogalong Runs, Barbingel Creek at the Long Reach, Gl-0 acres; No. 7G0, county of Gipps, at tho Gum Waterholes 1G0 acres, East Torrogalan run 5 No. 7G1, comity of Gipps, Gulgo ran, Lachlan River at Chilgo GIO acres. No. 7G2, county of Forbes, parish of Cudgelong about 2 square miles ; No. 7G3, county of Forbes, parish of Cudgelong about 1 square mile; No. 7G1, county of Forbes, parish of Cudgelong 2 square miles ; No. 319 North extension, county of Bourkc, Kolkibitoo run 1320 acres. Murrumbidgeo District, No. 1029 eastern extension, county of "Wynyard, parish of "Woomahrigong, 10 acres; No. 1029 western extension, ditto, ditto, 10 acres ; No. 13G2, count y of LTrana, TJrangcline Crcok, parish of Kiss, portions 51 and -13 and easterly continuation thereof 1120 acres j No. 13G3, county of Townsend, p...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 May 1875

MARRIAGE. DONNELLY-LAMBERT.- On 7th May, at St. Michael's Church, Wagga Wagga, by the Rev. Dr. Berming- ham, Edward Wilfred Donnelly, to Selina Mary Ida, fifth daughter of James Lambert, Esq., Auburn, West Tamar, Tasmania. DEATH. McKEE.—At Carcoar, on the 10th inst., Emily Eliza- beth, daughter of the late Rev. W. McKee, and sister of Mrs. T W. Hammond, of Junee. Aged 20 years.

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