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MESSRS. GEORGE FORSYTH AND CO'S. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 13 March 1869

MBS3HS. CEOnc.E FORSYTH AND CO'S. REPOUT. FAT CATTLE.-No large transactions ; sales limited to local consumption. In the Melbourne markets, prices are well sus-' tained. FAT SHEEP.-Fat wethers are enquired for, but there are none really prime in the market. We quote prime 7s to 7s 6d. STORE -CATTI.E.-Buyers are waiting for rain. Prices will rule high, as the demand for this description of stock will exceed the supply. STORE SHEEP.-We have sold 40 rams for Messrs. Peppinand Son., Wangonilla; and 16 rams for E. W. Westby, Esq., Pullitop, at satisfactory prices. Stores are held for higher prices ; it only wants a change in the weather to create a; large demand for good store sheep, for which an advance on present prices is likely to be obtained. STATIONS.-No transactions since our last report. The inquiry for well-watered and improved stations, not over-stocked, continues. We have several properties under offer, and expect shortly to report sales. NOTE.-As we are revising our list of s...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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SELECT POETRY. THE ANTIPODES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 17 March 1869

SELECT POETRY. THE ANTIPODES. A TOWN, a river, hills and trees, Blue-bounded by the lioundles3 sky Is this the far antipodes, That baffled young credulity ? » Oncc on a time, of childhood's dreams This was the very cap and crown; ' But now how natural it seems That down is up, and up is down I Things on the whole don't look a8kew : It's all serene somehow or other; And yet 'tis veritably true That I am treading on my mothor. Oh mother, dear ! forgive the act, Great Nature's laws my steps control; Love leaps o'er all. We are, in fact, Now more than ever solo to sole. - Sydney Punch.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 17 March 1869

AD VERTtSEMENTS. A Wanted. : FEMALE SERVANT. Apply at tlio Storo of 1 . GEORGE FORSYTH & CO., WaggaWagga. Wanted, A SITUATION, BY A MARRIED COUPLE, without oncumbranco. Wifb as Laundress or Cook; Man, as Boundary Rider, or generally useful. ADDRESS-W. F. Oiliee of this Paper. To Fencers. ' ANTED, FENCERS, with or without; TEAMS, for BRUSH FENCING. Apply to JOHN MACPHERSON, Tomora, Morangerell, Young, W "Wanted, MEN WITH TEAMS, FOR BRUSH FENCING. Apply to a. FORSYTE AND CO,, or , \V. SINCLAIR, E imony ahreenyali. Female Servant. WANTED IMMEDIATELY, a Respect able Young Woman as, a General Servant. Apply at Waterview to ' MRS. F. A. TOMPSON. March 12, I860. A GENTLEMAN of long experience both on roads and station is anxious for'an engagement in either capacity. Good refer ences, &c.,&c. ADDRESS-Care of GEORGE FORSYTH AND CO. William Brett. IF WILLIAM BRETT will communicate with his Friends at WANGARAT.TA, he will hear important news from England. £1 Reward. LOS...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 17 March 1869

GENERAL NlftVS. , TIIE COUNT VOX ATTEMS. - A Batavian paper of November 29, states that an attempt Was made by the "Count Von Attorns,", whose real name is Kurt Sehmalz, to cseapo from the gaol at Sourabaya ; he was disguised in tlio clothing of his servant, and had got as far as the outer gato of the prison, when a Javanese watchman laid hold o£ him, aud with the assistance of tho military guard, brought him back to his place of confinement. It is also stated in another paper that tho Hamlet's Ghost was sold at public auction 011 December 4, for 2500 guilders, which is about £208. A HATTY MINISTRY.-Tho Empire1 a Bris bane telegram says :-At the banquet at the opening of the railway line to..Allow, yester day, Mr. Taylor, tho Minister for Lands, grossly insulted the Hon. Mr. Macalister, the Minister for Works, and the. Hon. Mr. Douglas, the Postmaater-General. calling the former a paltry attorney. TIIE: BORDER TKADE. -Last "Wednesday, in tho Victorian Assembly, in reply to a stateme...

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WOOL. (From the Dubbo Dispatch.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 17 March 1869

'WOOL! ; (From the I) ubbo Dispatch.) THE flock masters' eyes are now open tothc real cause of the fall in viool and its present unremunerative price; also to the necessity of exercising more care in breeding for pay able qualities and getting up their clips. Now that the breeding season is close at hand, there is nothing else talked about but culling, but there appears to be some difficulty about this operation. Soma say that Jfc is impossible to tell what sheep to throw out of their .flocks until just before shearing; others, that all that has to be done is to cull out all light and open-woolled sheep. If we agree to the same, and go on breeding this season as we did the last, will not the runs be eh. cumbered with the progeny of the very sheep that ought to be culled out now, and to fat ten when there is grass, for market or the J pots. And if wc think with the others, will j not the sheep producing the "miserable heavy sorts " lie left to produce perhaps still J more " miserable...

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DISEASES IN SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 17 March 1869

" DISEASES1 IN SHEEP. Tills followingds a bill to amend tlio Diseases in Sheep Act of I860, introduced into'tho Legislative Assembly by Mr. Forstcr : Whereas it is expedient that the disease in slioep known as catarrh or influenza should ' bo dealt with nnder the provisions of the Diseases in Slioep Act of lSGG. Bo it there fore enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty by a'ud with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council and Legislative Assombly of New South Wales in Parlia ment assembled and by the authority of the same as follows : 1. The unrepealed portion of tlio Act seventeen Victoria number twenty-seven and the twenty-sixth and seventieth sections of tlio Diseases in Sheep Act of 1860 thirty Victoria number sixteen are hereby repealed. 2. Subject to tlio exceptions and provisoes hereinafter declared the provisions of the said Diseases in Sheop Act of 1866 shall bo applied carried out and enforced in respect of sheep infected with catarrh or influenza as if such ...

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MESSES. GOLDSBROUH BURT, AND Co.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 17 March 1869

MESSES. GOLDSBROUH BURT, AND CO.'S ,, REPORT. FAT CATTLE.-A fuller supply this week; prices rather easier ; prime heavy weight bullockB worth 61 10s to 71 10s. FAT SHEEP.-Market heavily stocked; any thing below prime quality hard to sell, and best quality wethers are not worth, this week, more than 8s 6d. We do not ap prehend more than a temporary depression ; and as the large quantity of inferior sheep now close to hand will soon disappear, prices will again advance. Our sales this week number, in all, 2000 head, in various lots, , at market rates-say.Gs 9dto 8s 6d. STOEE STOCK -Numerous inquiries for store pattle, which can be readily sold at good rates. . March 12.

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STATION AND THE FARM. WHEAT-SOWING. (From the Economist.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 17 March 1869

STATION AND THE MRM; ?? . « WHEAT-SOWING. (From the Economist.) Tiie period for sowing wheat ia fast approaching-, and us the annual uutinnn grain shows form the principal attrac tions this month, agriculturally spoak iuo*, wo may presume, that the exhibits wfll be of sufficient quality to satisfy all those in search of seed. The principal question will be, which is the bost sort to encourage, so that the greatest yield may be obtained without the liability to attack from " rust," which is so periodically fatal to the majority of our wheats ? The divided opinion which exists as to the cause of rust, atn6ng our scientific and practical farmers, will, no doubt, long continue to agitate the agricultural mind ; it appears to be one of those subjects, which the more it is studied tho mote we are bewildered. While ,somo able and talented farmers contend that the fungus is solely duo to atinosphenc changes favourable to its establishment I and growth, others assert most posi tively, that s...

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MUDGEE. MESSRS. CROSSING AND COX'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 17 March 1869

MUDGEE. ' 1 MESSRS* . CROSSING AND COX'S REPORT. I FAT CATTLE.-A fair supply was brought forward for the week, the greater portion of which were from fair to good quality, with some few prime. About last week's rates have been maintained, at which the market shows a decided firmness, especially for good useful quality. And which is likely to continue for some time to come, having almost solely to depend upon the Goulburn river paddocks for the supply, and from which locality late arrivals have shown a decided improvement in quality. We quote best pens bullocks 130s to 140s : best cows, 110s. to 120s-; medium mixed lots, 80s to 95s. Fat; SHEEP.-Good quality scarce, and much inquired for, and may be quoted. Best pens wedders, 8s 6d to 10a, according to weights. We have no sales to report. 9th March, 1869.

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WAGGA WAGGA POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, MARCH 16. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 17 March 1869

WAGGA WAGGA POLICE .COURT, . V . R THURSDAY, MARCII 16. i UNLAWFUL USE OF PROPERTY.- John Delanty was . charged, and appeared on siniimons to answer the complaint of Patrick Murphy, for liaving unlawfully retained and used-one st'rawbeery heifer, his property. Mr. Gibbes appeared for the prosecution, and Mr. Fitzhardingo for tho dotenee.-Pat rick Murphy deposed that he was the owner of the strawberry heifer in question, and that ho kept her in a paddock of Mr. Warby's, ,'\ and that no one had authority of any kind to ; remove her; that he became aware, casually, from Mr. Mackay, of tho bridge, that Delanty had possession of tho heifer, and, ; that he had 110 claim whatever upon her. John Mackay, jun., deposed to having, seen defendant pass over the bridge ; took tha. toll from defendant for a lieiier which he said he had driven over previously.-Edward Kemp deposed to having seen the defendant j remove a heifer from the paddock, which he had previously put in ; there were two calves ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 17 March 1869

JIASiGttPIiAII ANNUAL RACES: ,: 18 69. THE ABOVE RACES will take place on the Mancoplah. Course ....... On EASTEIt MONDAY,;., 29tli March instant. ! First Race. ' The MAIDEN PLATE, of 10 sovs., for all:; horses that have never won an advertised : prizo at tho time of cntranco; ono inilo and a half ; weight for age. ' 11 Second Race. , The MANGO PL AH TOWN PLATE, of ! 15 sovs. ; for all horses, to he handicapped by the Stewards or whom thay may ap-l : point; twice round and a distance.- ? . ? t. > Thii'd Race. The LADIES' PURSE, of 8 sovs., for all' horses; one mile and a half; weight for. ; age. Tho winner of the Mangoplah-Towu Plate to carry 5 lbs., extra. Fcmrtli Race. r The HACK RACE, of 5 sovs., for aU hacks; to be approved of by the Stewards ; heats ?,, once round; catch woights. . ? Fifth Race. The BEATEN STAKES, of 7 sovs., for:all; beaten horses during the meeting. . RULES. . ' " Randwick Rules strictly adhered to, a - . ! Entrances and qualifications, ten per cent, each ...

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MELBOURNE. THE LONDON AND AUSTRALIAN AGENCY CORPORATION (LIMITED) REPORT: [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 17 March 1869

MELBOURNE. /THE LONDON AND AUSTRALIAN AGENCY CORPORATION (LIMITED) REPORT : WOOL.-The competition at our sale this afternoon was very brisk. All the lots offered were competed for with great spirit, and in several cases a further advance was obtained than that already reported. The catalogue submitted amounted to 345 bales of wool, of which number we have to re port the sale, by auction and private con tract, of all excepting eighteen bales, held over for further instructions. We sold greasy from 4d to lid per lb; scoured from 9d to lod per lb ; and fleece, from lOd to 16d per lb.

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THE TURF. ST. PATRICK'S BAY MEETING.—The [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 17 March 1869

THE TUItP. ST. PATRICK'S BAY MKETINO.-Tho -entries for tho various ovouta to be deciueu. to-day were declared last night at the Aus tralian. Tho fields aro rathor small; {but perhaps quality will make up for quantity. So far, "there has boon little or no speculation, but possibly tho excitement of tho course, and the presenco of tho nags may make a' ?'cliango for tho bettor in this respect also. In any case, thcro aro all the materials for a very pleasant day's amusement. Mr. Callaglian will cater at the Grand Stand for the comfort, internal and otherwise), of visi tors ; and we are glad to observe that he has lowered the tariff to 5s. This piece of good management alono : ought to crowd tho saddling paddock ; and we sinoerely hopo that tho pluckiest of our Grand Stand cnlrepeneurx, will be well rewarded for ,liis enterprise. We subjoin a list of the entries for tho several races : 1 FIRST RACE. M. The MAIDEN PLATE, of lOsoVs.,. with, a sweep of 1 sov. each for second horse ; for al...

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DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND Co.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 17 March 1869

DALMMIOV CAMPBELL AND CO.'S REPORT. 'j; FAT CATTLE.-1100 were yarded for the ; week's supply, nearly the whole of which ij i were from good to prime quality, and we j : have seldom seen so many of this descrip ?j!.; tion in the market in one day. Prices ; ruled all through at about 20s under last C; week's rates, which was caused principally fij by the large number of good cattle. We {j! quote-best bullocks, from 9£ 10s to lOi A j 17s 6d ; second, Cd 10s to 11 10s ; inferior, 41 to 51 ; best cows, 6/ 10s to 71 las ; l;'5! second, 41 10s to 51 10s; inferior, from 31 ri | upwards. We have sold 71 for Mr. James jj i' Tyson, the bullocks from 81 17s Gd to lli. .!(? 2s 6d, averaging 91 15s ; cows, from 61 2s 6d to 81 17s 6d, averaging 61 4s 4d ; 69 .*:;i for Mr. George Watson, from 81 2s 6d to to 10? 17s Od, averaging 91 3s ; 40 cows, 4<) for Mr P. Poole, Cranbourne, and 80 in ?";? ? odd lots at quotations. /ill FAT SHEEP.-17,200 were entered for the week, but only 15,669 were...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 17 March 1869

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ;TIIE WEATHER.-For tlio last few days the weather lias beon suffocatingly. hot, more oppressive than in the hottest days of the summer. On Monday night heavy black clouds.passed over' from the westward, and for some time there was every indication of 'a storm ; but beyond a slight sprinkling no , rain fell.' Yesterday morning it rained "heavily for a short time. Heavy clouds hung' about all day, and the licat was as the1 heat of a vapour bath. The country is in a wretched state, more in need of a thorough soaking than over, with apparently as little chance as ever of getting it. We have almost begun to despair of even again having :the good fortune to record such a phe nomenon as a wet week ; but in the absence of large-blessings, it is as well to bo thankful for little ones; and we have accordingly much pleasure in stating that it is at least very like rain. We endeavoured yesterday to obtain from the principal pastoral districts reports'as to tho state of the w...

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BALLARAT. BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. MESSRS NORMAN R. MACLEOD AND Co.'S REPORT:— [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 17 March 1869

BALLARAT. BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. MESSIIS NOKMAM R. MA.CI.EOD AND CO.'S UKPORT PAT CATTHE.-557 were yarded for tho week's supply, and the quality, without being particularly prime, was generally good, with a small proportion of inferior. Buyers mustered ill great force, and tho demand was in excess of the supply ; sales were consequently very animated, and the prices advanced 20s to 30s a head, those at tho close of the market being the highest. Quotations :-Best pens bullocks, £8 10s to £11 ; second, £7 10s to £9; medium quality, £5 to £7. FAT SHEEP. -10,578 passed through the yards yesterday, and of theso 1,828 went out unsold. Very few good sheep came to hand, and these were inferior to the best oflered for several preceding weeks; in fact, nearly tho whole of the supply con sisted of second quality mutton, and sheep in little better than store condition. There was a fair attendance of buyers, and dur ing the earlier sales the rates obtained for sheep suited for the trade wer...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 17 March 1869

COMMERCIAL. ! In. the London-wool market'' prospects are considered good.' i; '? w .. ; i ; j The'stiles were to commbnce'ori-the 25th February with, a hundred ^ and tliirfcy thousand bales. 1 ; Money is.[plentiful, ;. Consols 93j ; discount 3 . per cent. ./. = .; v. : ;; . i; = ? i Trade generally is depressed - 'and there are several! failures reported,, in the Australian wool trade.

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WOOL, STOCK, AND STATION REPORTS. MESSRS. MORT AND Co.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 17 March 1869

WOOL, STOCK, AND STATION REPORTS. MESSRS. MOHT AND CO.'S REPORT. WOOL.-The quantity offered yesterday was below tile nrefago, and the catalogues con tained nothing calling for special notice. Fleece realised from !)^d to 14ijd ; scoured, lojd to 19.' d ; and greasy 5d to 7d. Sheep skins were in fair supply, and in good de mand at about late rates. We quitted about S000 skins at from 2d to 4.M per lb, pelts, Id to 1.U1. Hides : Good sound lots continue in brisk demand, and for really first-class parcels extreme rates were realised at the sales to-day ; but inferior cut and badly carod-for lots are not saleable, unless at comparatively low figures. The principal lots on our catalogue were taken at 15s Gd, l(is 3d, 17s, 17s 3d, ISs 3d, 19s 3d per hide. Tallow.-The supply to-day was not large, but prices obtained show a decline on last week's quotations. Prices ranged at from 3M 15s to 34/ 17s Gd per ton for beef and mixed tallow. March 12th, 1SG9.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 17 March 1869

®(rje 8&H00K l&ujp IS PUBLISHED every Wednesday and 'Saturday, at the Office, Traill-street,: Wagga Wagga, and delivered at an early; hour to subscribers in the town, and by mail throughout tlie colonies. TERMS: ; SUBSCJIIPTIOK; Por Quarter, in town, Payable In advance 8s. Qiiartor, posted .. ditto .. . 103. Per Quarter, posted, credit .. .. lis. N.B.-The quarters terminate on the 31st March* 80th Juno, 30th September, and 31at December, at Which periods only can subscribers dcclinc, by giving notico, and paying tho amount due to tlio end of tho curront quarter. Now subscribers are received at any timo, and charged proportionately to the termination of the current three months; but unless persons order ing the paper are known at tho office, we do not guarantee that it will be forwarded if tho order la I unaccompanied by a remittance of at least one quarter's subscription in advanco. ADVERTISEMENTS: [ First Inch 3s. Kvcry additional Inch, Is. Gd. ! 25 por cent, allowe...

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MR. THOMAS DAWSON'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 17 March 1869

MR. THOMAS DAWSON'S REPORT. FAT CATTLE. - Yesterday's salos show a decline of 10s to los a head as compared with those of last Monday. This is owing entirely to the want of central sale yards, which, if established, would neutralise the effect now sought by inserting dummy advertisements of sales of cattle (which were never in existence) to take place at different yards. The reason for doing this is obvious. .FAT SHEEP.-Market very full, and prices have receded Is to Is Cd per head since last quotations. My remarks on the cattle market will, in a great measure, apply to this ; in fact, from the thorough " rigging the market" system now adopted, squat ters need not expect fair prices for their stock, and their remedy is in their own hands. STORE SHEEP,-Very much in demand. HORSES.-Market dull and unsatisfactory. March 12.

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