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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 25 August 1875

DEATH.         HANN. — On the 23rd August, at Alma Villa, New- town, Stanley Phineas, the dearly beloved son of   Phineas and Isabella Hann, of croup ; Aged 14 months and 8 days.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 25 August 1875

p.jt stoi:al_ mic ms. We publish.in' our telegraphic column, news .dated 2lsfc mid 22ml inst., about the state of fch'o wool market in London. ' Wo learn that 114 head of cattle were sold by-auction at ■ Jjeeclnvorth for Mr. i\ M'^AIiatcr, of this town, at from ;C7 5a to ;C10. Mr. l\ Tyson, of Corrong, lias purchased IS,01)0-1 and G-tooth wctliors, delivery frtftn the shears, from Messrs. W. MeGaw and Co., of Burrabogie. The sale was effected by Messrs. W., K., M., and Co., Hay branch, in conjunction with Messrs. It. Gibson and Co., Melbourne. Mr. .Tames Weir, of Widgiewa, has sold 100 2-tooth rams to Messrs. Audits Koberfc son Bros., of Varrabee, and 100 do., to Mr. J. C. ITitwkius, of Cowarbee—Messrs. W., H., M., and Co., agents. Messrs. V. Davis and Co., of Naradhim East, have taken delivery of 250 rains, pur chased from Mr. J. Weir. The rams are now travelling in charge of Mr. ,H. Latnpey, to Naradliun—Messrs. W., II.*f M., and Co., agents. Mr. John .Smith, of Kyninjba," has sol...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 25 August 1875

LAND. The following selections were taken up at the undersigned places on Thursday last:— Young: John Pring, 200 acres, Bendick Morrcll; same, 294£ acrcs, Marengo ; Steel Caldwell, 320 acres, Thuddungra; David Barry, CO acres, Corauiundra ; Henry Med calf, GO acres, Murrumburrali; Elizabeth A. King, 100 acres, Murrumburrali. Albury: .Tames Whittakcr, 505 acrcs, Walbundrie ; James Mitchcll, 320 acrcs, Yatnbla ; William Everett, 40 acres, Moorwatha; Susan l'lunkctt, 50 acrcs, Cumbcroona; James Bassntt, 50 acres, Hovell; Alex. Anderson, SO acres, county Hume, parish unknown ; Samuel G. Cox, 40 acrcs, Iiovcll ; Robert Seignior, 200 acrcs. Maragle ; David Black. 200 acrcs, Maragle; Tryphcna Pettiford (minor), 40 acrcs, Brocklesby. Total 1,550 acrcs. Jfay: William Godfrey Buttcrworth (minor), 223a. 2p., county Waradgery, parish of Waradgery, being his own lapsed c. p. .William Rochfort Elliott, 100a., adjoining liis previous c. p. John Dobson's c. p. of last week was on M 'ICinley's Sandh...

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EDITORSHIP OF THE TIMES [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 August 1875

EDITORSHIP OF TEH TIMES Apropos of Press matters, there has boon much talk lately in newspaper circles of the probable retirement of Mr. Delarie from tho editorahip of the Times says tbo Home News, but that gentlemen has contradicted tho state ment, which has most probably had its origin tn bis prolonged and frequent absence from his business duties. During Mr. Delano's absence the editorial dueies have been performed by Mr. W. Stebbing, a gentleman of great ability, who, it is generally be lieved, will occupy tho editorial chair wheuevor it may become vacant, Some people had named Mr. Leonard Cour tenay as the probable future editor of tho leading journal, but this is not correct. Mr. Courtenay is the Par liamentary leader writer of the Times, and in that peculiar duty he is con sidered to be unrivalled on the London Press. In keeping with all this gossip abo.ut tho Times, we may observo that it is also correctly re ported that a baronetcy awaits Mr. Delane whenever that gentleman ...

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SAINT AND SINNER. (The World.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 August 1875

SAINT AND SINKER, (The World.) May is tbo mouth of social trans formation-scenes, of Biidden changes, and of sensational effects. Id a twink ling, tlio treo which was a skoleton form of leafless boughs becomes a mass of rich green foliage ; the Park, which was a solitude, is converted into tbo most populous promenade in Europe ; and the windows, which lately presen ted nothing but an expanse of browu holland or a waste of newspapor, are swathed in muslin, and decked with many coloured flowers. To the peni tential disciple of Lent succeeds the jubilantly devotional gatherings of the period of Pentecost, and by way of a I farther and more dramatic vicissitude, the May meetings are scrrcely over before the Derby week begins. Exeter Hall hasjhardly yet witnessed the final assemblage of the various societies for the salvation of refractory heathens, the dissemination of tracts, the build ing of chapels, and the foundation of schools; the last usual-accents of the fervid orator of the Eva...

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COFFINS. (Home News.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 August 1875

COFFINS. (Home News. J An exhibition of wicker cases, sug gestive of tlio modo of sepulture advo cated by Sir. Seymour Haden, took place recently, in Ihe gardens of Staf ford House, the town residenco of the Duke of Sutherland. A numerous company were present on the occasion. Lined with turf, these wicker caskets looked pretty ouongh. A moro com plicated species of basket requires rather longer description. A moment's thought will reveal that the simple basket of very open wicker would hardly suffico for the removal to their last earthly homo of those who had perished from contagions diseaso. To meet this difficulty considerable inge nuity has been exhibited. Within a vei'y largo long basket of closer mesh than that just describod is enclosed a smaller basket with double top and bottom. The space betweon the two baskets—an uniform three inches—is to bo fillod in with charcoal, broken into pieces about tho size of ordinary blasting powder—forming, in fact, a disiufecting wall through...

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EARTHQUAKE IN SOUTH AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 August 1875

EARTHQUAKE IN' SOUTH AMERICA. Tho Now York Tribune of Juno 26 publishes information respecting Iho disastrous cartliquako in South America, derived from private letters received by merchants doing business with the country in which the calamity took place. It says:—"The locality where the earthquake occurred is the great coffee district of South America. The region affected by tho shocks covers five degrees of latitude, and is .500 miles wide. The shock extended in a north-oast direction along the northern range of the Andes. It was felt first very perceptibly at Bogota, the capital of New Granada, thence seemed to travel north, gathering in tensity as it advanced, until it reached tho south-east boundary line of Magda leno, where the work of destruction began, continuing as it advanced along the eastern boundary of Magdalena, following tho lino of tho mountain range, and in destroying in part or whole the cities of Cucuta, San An tonio, Bl Bosario, Salazar, San Cristo bal, San Caye...

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FEMALE SQUABBLING. (Home News.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 August 1875

FEMALE SQUABBLING. (Home New8.) At the last soiree given by M. "VYallon, the topic of conversation among the fair sex was a tilting match which lately took place in one of the most aristocratic salons of the Faubourg Saint Germain between two ladies belonging to the Upper Ten. The weapons used wero not swords, bnt oven sharper—tongues. Both of the ladies are strikingly handsome, and a sort of rivalry for beauty hns sprung up between thetn. Tboy are neither of thera French by birth, but it would be unfair to name them ; suffice it to say that one of them bears an English name, and the other, who is married to a French gentleman, comes to us from a colder and more northerly clime. At an ovening party recently given in the Faubourg, tho first of these two ladies, conspicuous for a magnificent parure of pearls, seemed to engross tho entire attention of the gentlemen present; she was surrounded by a regular crowd of admirers, while her rival was almost entirely neglected. The second lady...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 August 1875

MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. . Fat Cattle.—1,007 were penned for the week's sup ply, only ft small proportion of which were prime and gootl, tho balance being of sccond and middling quality, 'l'hero was a brisk demand, especially for the best lota, and tho prices advanced about 15s per head on last week's rates. Prime pens of bullocks realised from £1-110s to £18 2s Gil; good do, from £12 to £13 ; second do, from £10 103 to £11 10 ; inforior do, from £H. Messrs. Dal. Campbell, Hepburn, and Co. sold 0 cows for Mr. It. Krcjmborg, JJntrnedale. Messrs. Iticliard Gibson and Co. sold 142 bullocks for Mr. Win. Pearson, Kdmany-jmrk, at from £11 2a (Id to £1410s, averaging £12 0s ; 01 cows and bullocks for Mr. John Calvert, ISairnsdule, the former at from £1 12a (id to £7 8s. averaging £0 : the latter at from £7 03 to £12, averaging £0 Is ; <"y bullocks for Mr. Alex. Smith, Baimsdale, at from £10 17s Od to £14, averag ing £12 Is Cd ; 23 cows and bulJocks for Sir. Win. Calvert, Ite...

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QUEEN VICTORIA'S CROWN. (Professor Tennant) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 August 1875

QUEEN VICTORIA'S CROWN. (Professor TennantJ Queen Victoria's state crown was made by Messrs. Rundoll and Bridge in the year 1888 with jewels taken from old crowns and others furnished by the command of her Majesty. It consists of diamonds, pearls, rubies, sapphires, and emeralds, set in silver and gold. It has a crimson velvet cap with ermine border, and is lined with white silk. Its gross weight is thirty nine ounces five pennyweights troy. The lower part of the band above the ermine border consists of a row of n hundred aud twenty-nine pearls, be tween which in front of the crown is a largo sapphire (partly drilled), pur chased for tho crown of King George IV. At tho back is a sapphire of smnllor size, and six other sapphires (tbroo on each side), between which aro oigbt emernlds. Above and below the seven sapphires aro fourteen dia monds, and aronnd tho eight emeralds n hundred and twenty-eight diamonds. Between the emeralds and sapphires aro sixteen trefoil ornamonts contain ing...

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MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 August 1875

MELBOURNE WOOL MARlfET Messrs. It. Ooldsbroupli and Co. report:—Wool.— No sales have been held during the week, the tjuan tity of wool sent forward bcinp so small, find quota tions arc tiiurcfnrc nominally the same. There Is a good Inquiry, more particularly for scoured parcels, and any lots forwarded for sale would realise well. Our .London advlccs are very satisfactory, the second ! series of nates having terminated with firm prices and j a steady demand. By later telegram, we learn that 1 the third serbs of pales opened on the 17th nith a | pood attendance of buyers and active competition, j although prices were slightly lower. The quantity in j time for these sales reached nearly .'{00,000 bales. \ Sheepskins—We held our usual weekly sales, and j quitted the supply offering at satisfactory prices. ! We quote butchers' skins, from -is to fisfid cach : dry, ] Ms Cd to fiscach : station, 4d to 7{d per lb. Hides.— A large uiunber of hides were offered (hiring the week, ami wo dispos...

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FRESH MEAT FOR ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 August 1875

FRESH MEAT FOR ENGLAND. Tlio following extract from tho Ontario Free Press shows tlint stock holders in Canada nro making as strenuous olTorts as those of Australia I to dispose of their produce in tbo Eng lish market:—"'The transportation of animal food in a fresh state from Canada to England," sayB the paper in question, "is a mattor of somo interest to the agricultural community. The grazing lands of this country aro eminently suited for the production of beef and mutton, but the market hns been thus far so limited in extent that but a vory small portion of the spaco at tbo disposal of the farmer has been made available lor tho purpose. It is true that pork can bo efficiently treated by means of packing in salt, but beef and mutton, in order to bo salcnblo at remunerative price, must reach tho market in a fresh state. Already several attempts have been made in order to accomplish this end. A Com pany is in oxistonce in tho province of Quebec for tho exportation of meat in a livo ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 August 1875

Special Advertisements. WOOL. WOOL. WOOL. GOLriSBHOUGH'S WOOL WARE HOUSES, MELBODKNE. E. GOLDSBROUGH AND CO. BEG to announce to the Wool Growers aud Merchants of, the Australian Colonies, Tasmania, and New Zealau'd, that their- Warehouses are now -ready for the Reception and Sale of Wool : during the Season, and that they are prepared to make. LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES, ON FAVOUKABLK teums; On the ensuing Clip of Wool, either for sale in this market, or shipment to Loudon.. Sales.by Public, Auction "will bo held oh cack NIonday and AVkdnesday during the Season, and proceeds will be paid on the TuiiSDAY following. They 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 constructed specially for the Storage and Display of Wool to the bust advantage, thb Sample Rooms being lighted on an improved principle. The various Rooms are con venie...

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THE DISPOSAL OF AUSTRALIAN WOOD. (Australasian.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 August 1875

THE DISPOSAL OF AUSTRALIAN WOOL. (Au8lralan\an.) From time to time tlio discussion of tbe various questions affecting the dis. posal of colonial wools in Britain and elsewhere is revived through the dis covery of soma new point which lends fresh hope to those who have so long been agitating for reforms in the manner of soiling and in tbo estab lished ■customs -of the trade. Those discussions have not been altogether wasted. They have led to certain useful reforms, although to none, per haps, of great magnitude, and it is not quite certain that the whole of the positions which havo been gained now remain in the possession of the re formers. We have seen, within the last few months, a reversal of the now castom having reference to the number of sales to bo holden within the year, and wo have heard the well-founded complaints of those who timed the despatch of their wools to meet that particular series of sales which was deferred and amalgamated with the proceeding series, thus causing...

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RIVER GAUGE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 August 1875

RIVER GAUGE.' Showing the height of tho Mnmtmbulgee abovo summer level at Wagga Wagga: Ft. In. : August 27 (falling) .. .. .. GO

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 August 1875

IMPOUXDINGS. Muiihu.miwiuiaii. — On 2nd August, from Tiic Plains, by Mr. D. Jl. Campbell, J.P.; sum clue at date of notice (14th August) sot after each animal 3'rovrn mare, I'M near shoulder ; £1. Also, on the Oth, from Cunningham Creek, by Mr. D. II. Camp bell. J.P.:—Strawberry working bullock, PQ off rump and ribs : 12a. Red and white steer, ►-« over GJ of!" rump and ribs, off ear marked ; 10«. Also, on the 11tl», from Hack Creek, by Mr. Neville f/rahnm:— Rlack mare, hind feet white, white patch off ribs, long tail, broken, slightly collar-marked, like writing M over J3 over near shoulder, aged ; 10s. Also, on tame day, from grass paddock, by order of Mr. D. H. Campbell:—Chusnut horse, 11> near shoulder, broken, aged ; 109. To be sold September 2. MofiAsnAiiELL.—On f»th August, from Currabur ruraa, by Mr. "SV. Regan ; sum due at date of notice, 11a. 6d.:—Dark bay liorae, collar-marked, frosty face, «1\V over s nearshoulder, like ~ over W sideways off shoulder, "\V off neck, oge...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 August 1875

MARRIAGE. Mackinnox—Lkn'V.—June 20, at Bryanstoh-Bfjiirire, London, tho llev. D. H. O. Mackiimon, son of Col. D. 31. Mackinnou, to Jctnima, (.laughter of Into J. M. Lony, Esq., of Dalawinton, Dumfriesshire.

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POST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. TIME TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 August 1875

FOST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. TIME TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. AI'.niVALS. Sydney.. TarcuttA JuilCC .. YaRB Deniliriuin Urana .. Hay .. Narandcra Albury.. Cookandina Clarendon Wed jThu. x>Bi'AitTt;nns Sydney., TarcutLa •Tunco .. . Yftsa .. . DcniKquin . Unnn .. . Jlay .. . Narandcra Albury.. . Cookandlna. Clarendon . Mon. Tue.l Wed Thu.l Fri. Sat.

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STOCK AND STATION REPORT. ADVERTISER OFFICE, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 August 1875

STOCK AND STATION REPORT. Advkiitisku Officj?, Friday ISvcuine. The weather during the past week has continued fine, and at present there arc no indications of a. change again to wet. Just now it is very much desired that we should not he visited with any rain, as the success of the forthcoming Pastoral Show will lie to a great extent influenced by the state of the weather, and the condition of the roads/The business of the past week has shown an im provement over the previous one, the demand for good sheep being still brisk, whilst an in creased activity is to be recorded in the enquiry for store cattle. Shearing at most of the sheds in this neighborhood will com jnence in a few days. At Gobbagumbalin, it is stated operations will be^in on the Gth, Etmonyhareenyah on the JSth. AtWolhm dry they commence on the Oth, and at Cowarbee on the 11th. The reports of onr exchanges generally speak of fine weather, and of the promise of an excellent spring. About Dubbo feed is said to be plent...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 August 1875

Banks. AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK. INTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at current rate?. Drafts issued on all the Brandies aiid Agencies in New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, Adelaide, Tasmania, and New Zealand; also, on England, Ireland, and Scotland. THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY OP SYDNEY. W'AGGA WAGGA BRANCH. r\EPOSITS Received on Current Accounts, u Interest Allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Rates, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits Granted, Advances Mode upon Approved Security, and all other usual Banking Busi* ness Transacted. The Bank issues Drafts and Letters of Credit upon its various Branches and Ageu cies throughout New Soufcli Wales, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, and New Zealand. { Also upon all the (Principal Towns in the United Kingdom. THE AUSTRALIAN ALLIANCE - ASSURANCE COMPANY. Established for Fire and Marine Insurance, Assurances of Lives, and Fidelity Guarantee, Endowments and Annuities. Principal Office—75, Collins-street West, W. A. COTTE...

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