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MR. G. A. ELLIOT'S (POWERS, RUTHERFORD AND CO.) REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 August 1875

MR. G. A. ELLIOT'S (POWERS, KUTIIERFOIID AND CO.i REPORT. Fat Cattle.—Demand still brisk, but supply unusually limited. High prices rulo for prime stock. Quotations.—Bullocks," £S to £0 10a ; cows, £0 to £7 10s. Storo Cattle.-—There is still great difficulty experienced in disposing of this ciaBS of • Btock, and sales nro only effected by inalc . ing reductions in prices asked, so as to meet buyers' valuations. I have 6old another small lot of store bullocks for Mr. Gcorgo Smith, at a good figure, for casb. Quota tions—Bullocks, £4 to £0 j cows, £3 to £3 10s. Fat Sheep.—Very few enquiries. Store Sheep.—Buyers do not seem very anxi ous to invest at present, Borne few sales are being made for delivery after shearing. Quotations—Wethers, SstolOs; ewes, 7s Gd to 12s Oil. Stations.—I have sold the Penbeyau station in. the Murrumlwlgec District, without stock, to Mr. T. H. Bear, of Grong Grong, at satisfactory price and terms. Wagga Wagga, August 27.

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MESSRS. WILKINSON, HANN, MINCHIN, AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 August 1875

MESSRS. - WILKINSON, HANN, MINCHIN, AND CO.'S 'REPORT. Fat Cattle.—\Yc have no transactions in 1 -either-'sheep or cattle to report this week! 200 prime bullocks sold by us for Mr. John Donnelly, of Bcrambula, were delivered yesterday. -; . Stokk Cattlk.—The demand for this class of stock continues to increase, and we have • enquiries from Victoria for fattening bnl» looks of good ages. Wc have sold to Mr. .- K.. Cummiugs, of Darlington, on account of Mr, John Davison, of Oura, 49 head of bullocks. Stohe Suhkp.—Wc still have to report a fair demand for good ages, either iu the wool or . shorn. We have sold this week 3000 mixed weaners for. Air. John Smith, of Kyambn, to'Mr. Wm. Love, of Egari Creek ; and through our Hay branch, iu con junction with Messrs. Gibsou and Co., oil account of Messrs. M'Gaw and Co.; of Burrabogie, 10,000 four tooth and 8000 six tooth wothors to Mr. Jauics Tyson, of Corong. Rams.—Wc have sold on ncconut of Mr. Joseph Weir, of Widgiewa, 100 pure bred merino ...

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

"WANTED. WANTED, WEN, with a Bullock Team, to erect Chock-nnd-log Fencing. Apply to E. C. PEARSON, Sandy Creek, or to WILKINSON, HANN, MINCHIN, and Co., Wagga Wagga. ro WANTED, l'OUR MEN, to Split Posts nuil erect 25 miles of Wiro Fencing; men with Teams preferred. Also two Bash men, or Rough Carpenters. Also, Dam makers and Tank-sinkers, having horses and <lrnys. Apply at ouco to A. G. JONES. Wagga Wagga, 5th August, 1875. WANTED to purchase a TEAM OF BULLOCKS, Tncklo, and Dray. Apply to A. G, JONES. Wagga Wagga, 5th August, 1875. NOTICE.— SHEARING will commencoat COWABEE on SEPTEMBER 11, 1875. JAS. C. HAWKINS, Manager. tmo.l > SHEEP-WASHING \d SHEARING will commence at ^ LLONDKY on the (1th SEPTEMBER. MVautcd, SIX TEAMS, cart wool to Wodonga or tlio Springs. ■^JWi^lieat price given for carriage. THOMAS WANTED, n woolslied To competent men Apply a. mack a August, 1875. WAS W .. nil), atpURSE-GIIiL. Apply to MRS. M//JKINNON, Traill-street. jrrrANTED, turkeys, ducks, an...

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SALE OF STUD SHEEP. (Argus) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 August 1875

SALE OF STUD SHEEP. (Argus) The experiment of holding annual sales of stud sheep in Melbourne has proved fairly . successful so far ns it lias been tried. It is . mucli more convenient for stoekowncrs from, the neighbouring colonies ns -well ns those in the different portions of Victoria to attend sales hi Melbourne than to go n long journey, often in uncertain weather, to the great ram sales in the Western district. The sale of stud sheep, both mcrinocs and long-woolled, held on Tuesday by Messrs. Fiskcn and Gib* eon, at the wool stores of Messrs. Hastings. Cuninglinm and Co., wis very well attended, and though the condition of many of the lots of merino rams -was anything but creditable to the fine pastures they came from, still n fair amount of business -was done. The sale com menced at 11 o'clock and lasted till nearly . live o'clock. The first sheep offered were 20 two-tooth rams, bred by Messrs. T. Russell and Co., all of winch were bought by Mr. G-. Carmichncl, of the Retreat...

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CORRESPONDENCE. ALBURY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT]. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 August 1875

C 0 B B EStoNDBNOB. ALBUE.Y. [FROM poit 'owx COKREsroNDBNT]. . A fow wcoks ago it Tvaa much talked of among our newsmongers thai, this town /was to be soon favoured villi a visit from jv benevolent gentleman, who ha? talked to the cause and advocacy of teetolalisiu. llowitis thntrinc cultivation can lie so higldj' recom mended in opposition to I'echabite principles, I am somewhat at n loss to understand/ Frinciplcs are very good in the abstract, bub in general tastes and circumstances cany the day. The crime?, follies, and miscrie's'of man* kind are generally placed to the credit of tho demon drink, but I fear inucli tlio world's re generation would not bp thoroughly offected by the sole agencies of kHUe and teapot, oven if united to the highest effort? made in -thcj y temperancc reading room, with free library ' added. I noticed in tho Advert iser that' the' gehcr-/ oii.s and well disposed people of Wngga' aro progressing to that state of modern civilian- : tion, by which it in qui...

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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 August 1875

PASTORAL MUMS. Mr. T. H. Bear, of Grong Grong, has purchased the Penbeyan Station, in tlio Murrumbitlgee District, without stock. Mr. G. A. Elliot (P. 11. and Co.) agent. Mr, G. A. Elliot reports the sale of a small lot of bullocks for account of Mr. George Smith, at a good figure for cash. Mr. G. B. Maokinnon, of North Goonam bil, has sold 20 station bred rams to Mr. Thos. O'Brien, of Cowarbee. Mr. A. T. Bolton (D. U. H. and Co.) agent. Mr. Warby's 1700 mixed wcancrs were at Pomingalarna yesterday, travelling.for tsale.; Messra. W.f 11., M. and Co., agents Mr. Kcighran Cummings, of Darlington, has purchased 49 head of bullocks from Mr. John Davison, of Oura. Messrs. W., H., M. and Co., agents. Messrs. Byrnes and Brannigan took de livery on Thursday of the 200 bullocks pur chased by them from M»*. John Donnelly, of Berambula. Messrs. \V., II., M. aud Co., agents. A Melbourne agent lias sold on account of Hon. W. Campbell the run in the Lachlan district, New South Wales, known as Tie...

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MOAMA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONEENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 August 1875

MOAMA. (l'ROM OUR OWN: COR It ES PONE EN'K \ The wet weather wliich lias prevailed during,, the past fortnight "has considerably retarded sheariug operations and the railway works. - Shearers,,iu-almost.countless numbers,.have been crossing the river daily from4 Victoria, scattering themselves over Kiverina with a view to pick upja cheque; in appearance they, • bear a very favourable comparison with tho . class who perambulated, the country twenty years ago. 'The railway contractor com plains that he cannot obtain labour, and that offering, not of a suitable description, while the EcJi;:caitcs are grumbling that their streets are crowded with unemployed-; such seems to be a peculiar state of matters at this season, and gives one the idea that those in Echuca lookiug for work belong to that class who, while looking for employment, are at the same time time praying that it does not come' in their way. From what lias coma*' under my own observation numbers pf them belong to the runaway...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, AUGUST 23. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 August 1875

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEORAMS.} LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, August 23. The Porto has accepted the proposal of Russia, Austria, and Germany to send foreign consuls to advise the in surgents at Bosnia and Herzegovina to lay down their arm, and submit their case to Server (?) Pacha, who has been appointed special Imperial commis niissidner. . .LONDON, August 24. England, France, Italy, Russia, Germany, and Austria, colloctively, made the proposalto> the Porte advis ing mediation with the insurgents at Bosnia and jHerzogovina; Tha Porle is concentrating a large force near Nissa, a fortified city in the province of Sorvia, in consequence of Uio attitude of Servia—100,000 Sorvia militia having been called out. - LONDOM, August 25. . The San Francisco Mail has been delivered in London. ' ■ The passenger ship'Aurora' has boon burnt, and abandoned at sea. Arrived.— -The'Liverpool;• i

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THE Wagga Wagga Adbertiser "This is true liberty, when freeborn men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." MILTON. SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 August 1875

THE. " Tills is tnio liberty, wliou frecborn men, •Having to advise tho public, may speak fro©."'1'% ' • -MxltonI: SATURDAY, AUGUST. 23/ 1875. ""Watchmax, ■ •what of the night ? " The answer to tliis would, in Wagga, have : to be received from Mr. Echo, because, mirahile dicta, there is 110 watchman. Wc are a too-confiding community to bo watched when Bleep hangs her mantle over pur innocont heads. But a change is about coming o'er, our dreams, if we are to believe what we have been informed. The information in ques tion amounts to this: a few energetic residents of this town have woke up to their senses, and have decided to start a night watchman—a being who exists, we beliove, in every civilised town, and surely wc are civilised in Wagga? Whether we are. or are not, is now, so far as regards the watchman, neither hero nor there. "We are going to luxuriate in the possession of such a nocturnal bless ing. His career will commence next week, and in order that that career Hiay not be ...

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

Positive Vihtues.—'Tlio moat of the so called great remedies possess only that sort of negative or passive virtue, which, while it may not often cure disease, will seldom endanger life. Bristol's Sarsaparilla is equally safe, but it is possessed of that posi tive or aggressive virtue which will not tolerate the preseuce of disease or impuro blood or humours in the human systems where it is used, and thus it is that it ahvayB eftecta complete and lasting cures.—Advt. Holloway's Ointment and Pills.—Ab scesses, Erysipelas, Piles. Unvarying suc cess attends all who treat diseases according to the simple printed directions wrapped round each pot and box. They are invaluable to the young and timid, whogo bashfulness sometimes endangers life. A little attention, moderate perseverance, and trifling expense will enable the moat diffident to conduct any case to a happy issue without exposing sccret niirmities to anyone. TO THE SQUATTERS AND STORE KEEPERS OP RIVERINA. Messrs. permewan, hunt, &...

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THE HAWKESBURY SPRING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 August 1875

THE HAWKESBUIIY SPRING - ' . ' MEETING. Trial Stakes. About a mile and-a'quarter;' Mr. ]!.'Kousu's ISsmeralda, 3 yrs ■... .,1 Mr.-: 11. " Hughes's b g Little. Charlie, 4 yrs 2 mi. J. j. Millar's l>r c Janitor, 3 yis ... 3 Tim IIawkesiiouy Guineas, of 10 guineas ■ each, with 200 guineas added. One roilo. 44 subs. . ,, . , ■ - Jlr. G. Hill's br o by Kingston—Valotta. 1 Mr. W. branch's bl c ltiehinond, ;by 1 Maribyrnong—TheTfawn : 2 Mr. 13. de Mostro's br c by fireworks— Sylvia 3 Valotta, who was a strong favourite, made all the running, attended by Clifton, and won easily by two or three lengths, r Richmond and the Sylvia colt ran a grand rac<j for second place, which.resulted io Richmond just gain ing the honours. Time—xm. 45s. ' Hawkesbury Grand Handicap. A sweep ' stakes o£10 sovs each, with 300 added. Two miles. Mr. Wallis's br m Calumny, 5 yrs, 8st .<■ t :4lb.o;-i-./\ • 5 ... ... 1 Mr. T. Tracy's brm Ladybird, 5 yra, 7st 2 Mr. A. Town's ell e Kingfisher, ...

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CUNGEGONG, COOTAMUNDRA. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 August 1875

CUNGEGONG, COOTAMUNDRA       [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] 643 head of cattle, mixed sexes, belonging to Mr. T.h. Murphy, of Murrumburrah   (Mr. McKenzie in charge) passed here last week en route to Wagga and down the Mur-   rumbidgee. Mr. George Woods and party, from No. 2 section, are about forming a brick-yard here in connection with the railway, and I hear another is to be made at Bethungra. Mr. Maitland, surveyor, has been measur- ing and laying out allotments in the town ship. Cungegong is dull enough at present, several men and families having left for the   Billabong and Junee. Shifting and moving; about appears to be the order of the day on railway works. Cootamundra is still going ahead in the buildiug line. I hear Messrs. J. and E. Barnes contemplate erecting a new building for a public-house, on the opposite side of the street, and having it much more spacious and commodious than their present b...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 August 1875

ITEMS OF NEWS. We arc glad to learn that our friends in and about Wallacetown have, after many attempts, succeeded in obtaining a post office 'for their township. It is announced that a post oflieo will be established there on the 1st September, but the name of the post master is not aa yet published. "We hope tho liethungraites will be as successful a3 their brethren, the Wallacetownitcs. The fishing in tho Murrumbidgee promises to be remarkably good this year.. We have heard of several good " takes," and have seen some line large lish, both bream and cod. One capturc, however, deserves special mention, though we admit he was the victim to the snares of a uet. We refer to a cod caught last wei-k, and which weighed no less than 4olbs,, a regular Goliath—not-a soft one, however, but possessing sound flesh—as hard as could-bo desired by even the most muscular Christian in existence. Tub Quadrille Assembly which was given on Wednesday at the Masonic Hall was a most successful affair. T...

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MR. FORSTER AND THE AGENT GENERALSHIP. (Cumberland Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 1 September 1875

AIR. FORSTER AND THE AGENT, j GBNBRALSI-IIP. (Cumberland Times.) Mr. Forster is admitted by oven tlioso who profess for liim such a sub stitute for friendship as can bo folt for such n cold, cantankerous, crotcbetly, and impracticable naturo as his, to bo uttorly devoid of tact in the ordinary aITairs of lifo, nud that ho has fro quontly, for tho sake of gratifying a splonotic dosiro to carry a trumpery point, of no importance whatevor in iiself, jeopardised tho interests of his party, and shattorod more than one administration. On tho strength of this vory dofeet of character Mr. Fors tor bas, among tho crowd of porsons who look meroly at tho sut'faco of things, ncqnirod a reputation for in flexible integrity and self-sacrificing houesty, while thoy would be infinitely uearor tho truth if thoy lookod on him as an incarnation of selfishness and tho spirit of contradiction. Mr. Forstor has boon for many years before tho country as a politician ; ho lias boon a member of many administ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 1 September 1875

Positive Virtuks.—Tlio moat of tho so called great remedies possess only that sort of u&gativo or passive virtuo, which, while it may not often euro diseaso, will seldom oiulaugcr life. Biiistoi.'h Sarsaparilla is equally safe, but it is possessed of tliat posi tive or aggrossive virtuo which will not tolerate tho presenee of diseaso or impure blood or humours in tho human Bystoina whoro it is used, and thus it is that it always oftects comploto and lasting curca.—Auvr.

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SOCIAL DISTINCTION. (Saturday Review.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 1 September 1875

SOCIAL DISTINCTION. ' (Saturday Review.) Ono of klio most curious fontures of modern life is porbapa tho struggle whioli goes on between porsoual com fort and social ostentation. The writer in tbe last number of the Contemporary Roviow, who signs himself "Etouon ais," and whose identity under any signaturo would be sufficiently ap parent, romarks vory truly that Eng lish society is just now passiug undor some vory subtle, yet vital, cbangos, "It must never bo forgotten," he says, "that wealth is novr in England no longor the possession of a few, but rather what may bp termod a 'drug.' That is to say, it is diDfnsed through a circle so much oxtended, and so fast extending, that to bo wealthy doos not of itself satisfy ; and the keenness of tho unsatisfied desire, aspiring selfishly, not to superiority, but rather to tho marks of superiority, soeka them above all in tho shapo of what wo term social distinction." Tbcro can bo no doubt Unit (bis is an accurate picture of wlmt is now goi...

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FINANCIAL DELUSIONS IN ENGLAND IN 1720. (Harper's Weekly.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 1 September 1875

FINANCIAL DELUSIONS IN ENG LAND IN 1720. (Harpcr^a Weekly.) In London, besidos tbo original South Sea Company, which began tho frenzy, there were started in the coiirso of a few months about 200 joint-atoek schemes, many of which, as given in Anderson's History of Commerce, aro of almost incredible absurdity. The sum called for by these projects was £300,000,000 sterling, .which was more than tho value of all the land in Great Britain. Shares in Sir llichard Steele's " fish-pool for bringing fresh 6sh to London." brought X160 u share! Men paid £70 each for " permit?," which gave them morely the privilege of subscribing to a sail cloth manufacturing company not yet formed. Tboro was, indeed, a groat trade' in " permits ". to subscribo to companies only planned., Here aro a few, of tho schemes :—For raising hemp in Pennsylvania—Pucklo's ma chine gun—settling the Bahamas— wrecks to bo fishod for on the- Irish coast—horse 'and cattle insurance— insurance and improvement of chil dren's f...

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THE VALUE OF PARLIAMENTARY REPRESENTATIVES. (Stockwhip.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 1 September 1875

THE VALUE OP PARLIAMEN TARY REPRESENTATIVES. (Stockwhip,) Tin; record of tho business done iu tlio Legislative Assembly and tho attend ance of members, as published in tho Sydney Morning1 Herald of Wednosdny last, ought to opou tlio oyos of some constituencies a3 to tho value of their representatives' services. But as the more bald statemont of facts soldom furnishes muoh information to any savo tho patient nnalysos thereof, it is well that tho clear lessons of this record should bo distinctly stated. It appears that sotno raembors of Parlia ment Imvo been very neglectful of theii' duty. Sotno seoin to hold their seats for any purpose savo sitting in thorn ; aud upon most important occa sions tho representatives of the largest coustituoncies luivo absented them selvos from tho divisions. Tho Hooso sat for oho hundred and two days, and during1 that time divided (including tho votes in Committee of tho Whole) about two hundred and fifty timos. In only six of those divisions woro tbo 2...

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YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 1 September 1875

YOUNG. Messra. Brock and Bronghton'a reportFat SLouie. Tho demand continues good, hut tho supply is limited. Our stilus have been lo Messrs. Mackenzie Bros, one prize cow, on account of Sir. W. I*. Mylecharano, £8 10s ; flvo prize wethers on account of Mr. F. A. Brock, at 20s, and MO wethers oil account of Messrs. David ion Bros,, of Goraldra; and wo note sale of lf>0 fat cat:lc from Mr. William M'Nicol to Messra. Mneken zio Bros. Quotations—Bullock's £7 10j to £8 10s: cows, £0 to £7 : wethers, Us to 12s Oil: cwci, 0s to lis. Store Cattio — Owing to tho country being in such a boggv state, the r.QG Head advertised by us to 1)0 submitted last Friday could not be mustered, but wo will be glad to treat for them privately. We Jiavc Bold, on account of Mr. Charles Scott, to Mr. James Ousby, (JO head at a satisfactory price : for Mr, Moses Brown 2 Durham bull calves at £10 ; far Messes. Gib son Bros, i ditto ditto, for £l<), £11 10]. £1.0 10s, and £17 10s respectively, and o...

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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 1 September 1875

S;:co.\'j> Dai*. The annual pale of stud sheep Jicld by Messrs. Powers, Rutherford, slid Co. was con tinned on Friday ut. dough's old wool store in Collins-street, when some very line long woolled sheep were disposed of. There was a large atlendanee of stock-owners from all pnrtsof Victoria, and most of tlio neighbour ing colonics. Iu many instances the biddings were not no brisk as might have been antici pated, considering the excellence of the ani-. mals submitted for sale. 'JL'horc is. no doubt' that the restrictions imposed, by the Govern ment on sheep being moved from one part of t he country to another, in order to prevent the spread of scab, hinder many persons living in clean districts from buying rams in Melbourne. If sheep could be moved about the country without it being necessary to take precautions against scab, there is no doubt tlmi the number of buyers would liavc been greatly augmented. Notwithstanding the hindrance to free traffic, a large amount of business lia...

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