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

SANDHURST. juoasra. rowers, Rutherford, and Co. reportFat Cattle,—f>09 yarded, one-half being from good to prime, tlio remainder middling (juaiity beef. There was ft large attendance of the trade, and throughout the markok was the highest for many years Vsf 3 rime beef made -103 per lOOlbs; other descriptions JO* upwards. 1-at Sheep.- 4855 penned, and nearly every lot suitablo for the butcher ivero from Itivorlna The supply was greater than the demand, and prices /ell about Od per head. Wo sold for Messrs. Cunintr hain, Mitchell, CulUn, and others, Sf.O mixed soxes at quotations, which are—-Wethers, 10s to 17s; ewes, 8s tol4sCd. '

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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SALE OF STUD SHEEP. (Argus) FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 1 September 1875

SALE OP STUD SHEEP. |'Argun) FI318T DAY. .The amnuiV sale of stud sheep licld bv Messrs. Powers, Rutherford, and Co. was .commenced on Thursday, at the building onec known at Clough's Wool Store?, Collins etreet. The place was admirably suited for tlio purpose, and tho visitors Imd an excellent opportunity of examining the lots put up for sale. The ealo yesterday was confined to merino sheep, the greater portion of (lie lots being from Tasmania. For qunlity and density of wool and well-developed frames these shcop left little to be desired, and it is very seldom that such a splendid lot of me rinoes lmd been got together in Australia. There wa? a large attendance of stoekowners present, the neighbouring colonies being well represented. It was expected that prices for tho stud sheep would rule very high, but from some unexplained cause the bids were not1 nearly so brisk as the qunlity of the stock well deserved. The consequence was I hnt some very superior animals were obtained at lo...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 1 September 1875

Spaoial Advertisements. W ool. H A.STINGS ~CUNINGPIAM AND CO., ' i "W O OXi-33 ROKBBS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, , AUSTJRALASIAN WOOL STOliES, ; '" Collins-street West, - MELBOURNE. WE beg to notify the Woolgrowcrs of tlio Murriunbidgee, Lachlan, and Darling districts that we arc prepared to makeliboral advances on tljo moat favourable terms upon tho Ensuing Clip of Wool, and also upon approved station securities. Having made oxtensivo additions to our already commodious warehouses, by which their storago capacity has been doubled, we arc enabled to offer facilities for conducting, tho trado unsurpassed by any firm iu the colonies; and as wo strictly confine our business to that of SELLING BUOKERS ONLY ON COMMISSION, wo liavo no iutoresb, either directly or indirectly, in the purchaso of any produce, thereby affording to our constituents the surest guarantee that the oxtromo market value will at all times . bo scoured for their consignments. Our Sales, during tho ensuing Wool Season...

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

^ IMPOUNDWGS. . MuiiuuMmmiuu. — On 2nd August, from The Plains, by Sir. J). H. Campbell, .7.1*.; sum due at rtato of notlco (1-Uh August) sot nfter cncli animnl Urown marc, I'M near shoulder; £1. Also, on the Oth,, from Cunningham Creek, by Mr. J). II. Camp bell. JM'.:—-Strawberry working bullock, FfJ off rump and ribs; 12s. Ked and white steer, m over OJ off rump and rib3, off car marked ; 10s. Also, on the 11th, from flack Creek, by Mr. Novlllc Graham:— Black mare, hind feet white, white patch off ribs, Ion# . tail, broken, slightly collar-marked, like writing M over fi over ^ nenr shoulder, nged : 10«. Also, on game day, from grass paddock, by order of Mr. I). II. ■ CampbellChesnut horse, ID nearshoulder, broken, aged; 10s. To be sold September 2. MoiiAKoAiiKi.L.—On fith August, from Currabur rttma, by Mr. W. Regan ; sum due at date of notice, ,11s. 0d.:—Dark bay horso, collar-markcd, frosty facc, JW over i-5 noarshonlder, like e5 over W sideways off shoulder, ~\V off ncck, aged,...

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RIVER GAUGE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 1 September 1875

1UVEII GAUGE. Showing the height of the M\im\mhi<tgeG above summer level ,ifc AYngga Wnggn Ft. In. August31 (rising) .. .. ... 8 0

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POST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. TIME TABLE OF THE ARRIVALS. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 1 September 1875

FOST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. T I iM K T A li L 13 A1UUVAI, AN J) BIWrATUH OF MAILS. AIUUVAI.X. From Sun. Mow. Tne. Wed Tlim Fri, Sat. Sydney.. . Tarcuita •Tuned .. . Yum .. . DenUitjuln . Urana .. . Jlay .. . Narandcra . Allmry.. Cookandhia. Clarendon . 0 45 n 45 8 no 8 :w p.m. 7 0 7 ( 0 30 1) 0 1) 0 0 0 11 :to 11 30 p.m. 7 0 7. 0 11 .'50 11 30 p.m. 7 0 7 0 U 0 0 0 0 0 8 30 8 30 p.m. 7 0 7 0 U 45 I) 4.* 11 30 U 30 7'n0 « 3C H 4f 0 45 p.m. 7 0 7 0 11 0 » 0 0 0 11 30 11 30 p.m. 7 0 7 0 OKl'AHTUHK-i For •Sun. Mon. Tne. Wed Til u. Fri. Sat. Sydney., x/ircutta •Ttiuco .. . Yasa' .. . 3)cnlHijuIn . Urana .. . Hay .. . Knrn micro Albnry.. . Coofcamlina. Clarendon . p.m. 3 0 3 0 10 45 10 45 2 0 2 0 c 0 p.m. 3.16 3 10 3 IB To G 0 p.m. 2 45 2 45 Smc 0 0 p.m. 3 15 3 lf» » ir, 10 45 10 45 2 0 2 0 a.m. 0 0 0 0 5 45 p.m. 2 45 2 45 10 45 10 45 o"o 0 0 o"o 0 0 p.m. 3 15 3 15 3 lf> 10 45 10 45 om6 0 0 fi 45

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

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY^ A UCTION. September 3. — Kownhon & Behnajid — Town.pro* perty, Blnnlong, 12 o'clock. September (J.—Wilkinson, Hann.Minoiun, and Co. —Ltinded property, Australian Hotel, 3 o'clock. September 7. — Wilkinson, JCann, JIinoiun, and Co.—Horses, Pastoral Hotel Yards, 11 o'clock September 7.—Wilkinson. IIann, MisciiiN.ftnd Co. —Suburban property, Australian Hotel, a o'clock. September 0.—A. T. Bolton—Puro cows and heifers, Pastoral Show Yards. < September f>.—G. A. Elliot—Pure Shorthorn bulls. Show Yards. September 0. — "Wilkinson, Hann/Mtnciiin, and Co.—Pure-bred stock. , - , Soptcmber 0.—Ettkushank, Eaot,e.stonl', nnd Co. • —Puro merino rams nnd thoroughbred horses.

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

TO THIS WORSHIPFUL THE MAYOR OF TILE BOROUGH OF WAGG A. SIR, — Wo; the undersigned Italepaym most respectfully request' that. yjiu wijl -convene a Public Meeting of the Ratepayers ' of the Borough, and all others interested, 1 for tho purpose of urging upon tho Govern ment- the necessity of purchasing the Wagga •Wagga Bridge, and handing it over to the .Municipal Council in trust for the benefit of . tlio Borough, as has been done in other towns in the colony. (Here follow 34 signatures.) i';'i»''In compliance with tho above requisition, ■< I hereby convene a Public Meeting, to bo held in,tho Courthouse, Wagga Wagga, on . MONDAY, the 6fch inst., at, half-past; 7 o'clock p.m. THOMAS HODSON, :r\ . i . Mayor) Wagga Wagga; • 1st September, 1885. tin,a. ■WAGGA WAGGA BRIDGE COMPANY. ; •, fTlENDERS are hereby invited, on'or before JL tho 15th inst., for FLOORING.thd BRIDGE. Specifications may bo seen on ^application to the Secretary, , • ; t ; T., C. HEATH. | Wagga Wagga, Sept. ...

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STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 1 September 1875

STOOK AND STATION KliPOKTS. ■ SYDNEY. Messra. Harrison, .Tones, anil Devlin report (August ! •3-Wool.—101 bales only offered this week, of whic'i 47 were hoM. The less favourable telegrams of the opening of t)»e August-September series of wool talcs, in Loudon, had a slightly depressing cffuct upon our local market, causing buyers to bid very shyly, and restricted operations, although it should be remem bered that the lots now forming the catalogues are un important in their character as well as very limited in quantity. The sales ranged—l*or fleece, l(ld to 17d ; greasy, (Jd to Hid; ono small lot superior, lljd ; scoured, 1-ld to 17d. Sheepskins.—In consequence of the news above referred to, the prices were not up. held, the diminution In value being more noticeable on medium skins; the prices throughout the whole salos showed a decline of about Jd per lb. The rango of the sales was as follows—J Jest, 7]d to Sid ; medium, Ojd to 7d ; short wool, 2d to f>d. Tallow.—1*24 casks off...

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

Banks. AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK. INTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at current rates. "Drafts issued on nil the . Brandies and Agencies in New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, Adelaide, Tasmania, and New Zealand; also, on England, Ireland, and Scotland. W. A. COTTEE, Manager. Wagga Wagga, 28tli September, 18CS. THE COM MERCIA L BANKING , COMPANY OF SYDNEY. . WAGGA WAGGA BRANCH. DEPOSITS Received on Current Accounts, Interest Allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Rates, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits Granted, Advances Made upon Approved Security, and all otlicr usual Banking Busi ness Transacted. The Bank issues Drafts and Letters of Credit upon its various Brauclies aud Agen cies throughout New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, and New Zealand. Also upon all the Principal Towns in the United Kingdom. 7 , ! FRED. W. GOWLLAND, Manager. Insurance. mHE AUSTRALIAN ALLIANCE JL ASSURANCE COMPANY. Established for Fire and Marine Insurance, Assurances of Lives...

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

YASS. Messrs. Jones and Bronghton (August 23) report— ; Fat Cattle.'—We have sold privately, two small drafts of bullocks on account of J. T. Jones, for local trade, at £7 10d, and have other* under offer. We quoto bul locks £0 16s to £1); cows, £5 5s to £7. Store Cattle— We have several inquiries for young heifers, ami havo placed 160 under offsr ; we have buyers for good steers at quotations. We sold at our yards milch cows at £510s ; any young ones offering would bring from £0 to £7.^ Wo quote steers £:i 10s to £4 4s ; cows, £3 to £5. Fat Sheep—None offering at present, but we ex pcct sotno prime to hand shortly. We quote weddcrs 12s Od to 14s. Storo ghecp—Wo have no sales to re port this week, but have some transactions pending. Wo quote wedders 03 Ud to 03 Od ; ewes, 7s to Os Cd • maidens, lis to 12s Od. Jforsc.i—We sold several prlvatoly, but none at auction, those offered being wretched weeds. Uood stock for railway work and coaohcrs, are enquired for.

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

G0UL15URN. .Messrs. F. S. Cohen and Co. (August 28) report• ' Fnt Cattle.—The market is very fairly, supplied. Prom the sales effected by us this week prime beef is worth from 22s to 23s per 100 lbs. Quotations—Best Mullocks, £3 to .CO ; medium to good, i.7 to £7 10i ; cows, £6103 to £7. • Store Cattle—A demand is now springing up for nil classes of stock. Wc liavo no sales to report, but lmvc n tine lot of bullocks to sub mit at our yards'on Thursday next. Quotations- -AIL bullocks, 100s to lis ; equal sexes, 80s to 90s ; cows, 05s to 85s. Fat tfhoep.—l'rhne sdiecp are in fair re . quest. Quotations—Best fiO-Ib wethers, 12s to 1»9 ; lighter weights in proportion. Store Sheep—Now that the shearing season is approaching, owners of this, class of stock are very dillldcnt about selling. Quotations—Good sound 0 and S tooth wethers, 8s (id to J>3 Od ; owes, 7s (Jd to lis. Horses—Good upstand ing colts nro in demand, ns also heavy draught mares. We sold a few light and weedy this week ...

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

■WASHED. WANTED, MEN, with a Bullpclc ;Toara, to erect Chock-and-log Fenciog. Apply to E. C. PEARSON, Sandy Creek, or to WILKINSON, HANN,. MI^.CHIN, aud Co., Wagga Wagga. ,,..V ;r - • . ,'ro.d VTTANTED, EOUll MEN, toSplit,Poata V\ and orcct *25 miles of Wire Fencing y men with Teams preferred. Also two Busli-; men, or Hough Carpenters. Also, Dam makers and Tank-sinkers, having horses and drays. Apply at onco to A. G.JONES. Wagga Wagga, 5tU August, 1S75. WANTED to purchase a TEAM OP . BULLOCKS, Tackle, and Dray. Apply to A. G. JONES. Wagga Wagga, 5th August, 1S75. "VTOTICE.— SHEARING will comniencoat; JM CbWABEB on SEPTEMBER'111,'; 1S75. JAS.pC. HAWKINS, Manager. ... tmo.l ' ' UIEELMVASHING and SHEARING will' 3 commence at WOLLONDRY on the'1 tith SEPTEMBER. Wanted, SIX TEAMS;4 cart wool. to. Wodonga or tho'Springs. Highest price given for carriage. THOMAS JILLETT. ton.c WANTED, a good SHEPHERD, for woolshcd, and Two Wool;rollers, v To competent men good wages will be given.: Apply A....

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THE MURRUMBIDGEE PASTORAL ASSOCIATION AND THE EXPRESS. (To the Editor of the Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 1 September 1875

THE MUmtUMBIDGEli PASTORAL ASSOCIATION ANJ) THE EXl'KES.S. ( To the Editor of the Advertiser. J, Disar Sik, —If the organism mid and opera tion of the sympathetic nerves wercjreduped to a science, it would form'a congenial study for the hypochondriac. I think it lias never been pathologically explained'why the ex hibition of n red rag produces an inordinate secretion of bile in the truculent M buzziun of tho turkey-cock; and Shakespcard was evidently at a loss to understand the con struction of'certain persons, of .'whom he affirms that " when tho bagpipe sings in the nose cannot contain their urine;!- The eluci dation of these extraordinary physiological facts might lead us to understand why any reference to tho Murrumbidgee Pastoral As ; socirttion causes the Wagga Wagga Express to become red in the gills, and spread its martial tail as though it smelt scarlet, or verify the poet's illustration, as thoughsufler ing nervous excruciation under the .nasal twanging'of an iuharmoniotts...

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LAND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 1 September 1875

LAND NOTES. Notification of permission to purchase under the Sth clause of the Grown IaiuIs Act of 1S01 is given iu the Gazette of-the 27th inst. for the following :—Messrs. Ham* moml and Johnston, SO acres, parish, of Borec, on Junee run ; Messrs. Blackwood and Ibbotson, four lots of 100 acrcs, two of 40 acres and ono of 50 acres respectively, parish of Ivor. Junee North rnn ; Messrs. Oshorne and G. Ilebden, 120 acrcs and 150 acres, parish of Muora, Brookong, on Urana Creek run ; doilo, 50 acrcs, pavisbof liebden, ditto. The Government Gazette of the 25th inst. contains particulars of . boundaries of the following runs of Crown lands, to be offered for sale by auction by Messrs. Bichardson and Wrench, at their rooms, Sydney, mi the 27th ultimo; — Albert district—Berawinia Downs, No. 1, 70,000 acres; do, No. 2, (50,000 acres; do, No. 3,40,000 acres; do, No. 4, 01,000 acres ; do, No. 5, 01,000 ncres ; do, No. G, 52,000 acrcs ; do, No. 7, 04,000 acrcs; do, No. S, G4,000 acres; Corriwc...

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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 1 September 1875

PASTORAL MEMS. Messrs. Brock and Broughton report tho sale of Nnrra Allou station, together with 4000 sheep and 705 acres of purchased land, on account of Messrs. Scott and Mulally, to Mr. <*. D. Hay. On our fourth page will bo'found the Argus report of the 'annual sale of stud sheep held by Messrs. Powers, Rutherford,: and Co., in Melbourne on Thursday last. Amongst other buyers wo notice the namo of Mr. John King. Besides this gentleman several Hiverina squatters bought from tho celebrated herds. Messrs. R. Goldsbrough and Co. have re ceived into store their first instalment of this season's clip, from Mr. William Walker's Meilmau Station, near Swan-hill. Messrs. Powers, Itutherford, and Co. re port having sold privately Wonga Lake and Nypo Stations, in the Swan-lull district, with improvements, and 19,500 sheep of mixed sexes and ages, in the wool, to Mr. J. S. Pearson. Mr. 11. Hand, of Mahonga, has sold 10,000 4-tooth wethers to Mr. W. Wilson, of Crowie Creek; Messrs....

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LABOUR AND THE N.S.W. RAILWAYS. (To Editor of the the Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 1 September 1875

L.UJOUR AXJ) TJUH A'.S.W. ItAIIAVAYS. (To Editor of the the Advertiser*) but,—As I Imvo read more Hum onco in your paper, and in others, tlntt the cause of the delay experienced in making railways in this colony is tho scarcity oi: obtainable labour, I should like lo say a few words about* the subject 5 audi think t hey deserve atten tion, as 1 speak as 0110 who lias, unfortunately, had practical experience of Hie matter; No doubt, the contractors can plead excuse 011 the ground that labour is not to bo obtained. 'Xhis is true; but what is tho cause of it? j It is not altogether because labour is scarce, I for though it is not as easily secured us could bo wished, it' is' ucrcrtficlo.4i to bo scoured easier than tho contractors* would liavo tho public 'to behove. The chief cuuec, Sir, why labour cannot bo got in suflieieiit quan tity isowbig • to the - system of sub-letting contracts winch exists in New South "Wales. Instead "of the .first .contract or, responsible to tho ■ Governme...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. A SELF-COMPLACENT JOURNALIST. (To the Editor of the Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 1 September 1875

ORIQINA Jj CO II UBS POND UNO E. A SELF-COMPLACENT JOURNALIST. ( To the Editor of the Advertiser.) Sin,—If I confess to n watchful interest in the doings of that eminent literary purist, your local contemporary, I trust you will not set mo down us an unworthy triiler wiili tlie valuo of precious time. Humanity seeks its diversions by various paths, and to me the study of oxtravagaut pretension staggering nnder itis own weight is as amusing and in structive us the study of the works of ouv greatest caricaturists maybe to other men. In the last issue of your contemporary ho takes paius to inform you—with a feeble offort to bo ironical—that lio feels flattered by some remarks of yours, and asserts that lio was " almost tickled, in fact, into solf-com "placency." Our purist friend has yet to learn that irony is «i- dangerous weapon in the hands of him who is not an adept in its use. lie may bo told with profit, too, that in tho hands of a bungler it frequently casts the shadow of a t ru...

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THE [?] [?] [?] "This is true liberty, when freebo[?] men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." MILTON. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 1 September 1875

THE Wrap 8ftirj0p ^krtiser This is truo liberty, wliou freebom mon, Uavlug to tulvlao tho public, may speak free." Jill,TON. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1875. Tirosi: who have read tlio advertise ments appearing in this journal dur ing the Inst few months/must have ob served tlio announcement*, published from timo to timo, offering, on tlio part of railway contractorfl, "long jolts" and "high wages" lor labour, to make tlio lino of railway now in course of construction between Ynss and AVagga. The very appcaranco of theso announcements argueil that labour was Kcarco; and as might bo naturally expected, tlio cause of the scarcity complained of, was sot down to ho the iiiHulHeionoy of tlio supply of working men in the colony, 'l'lna conclusion, however, seems to bo wrong, if wo are to believo the statements of "a Work man" whoso lettor we publish else where. Ho assorts, from " practical experience," that the real cause why labour on tlio railways in this colony cannot be obtained, is not ...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 1 September 1875

WEEKLY CALENDAR. | Days ok Wkkk. r ^ Sun. RUcs Sets. Moon*. Rises Sets. 11. M. 1I.m. a.m. 1 41 21 r» :»j! 7 (i G 40 2 Thursday <1 2(1 6 4(1 7 «S 7 40 8 Friday ■ • .. (1 in 6 441 7 67 8 30 4 Saturday (1 17 fi 41 « n 0 37 5 Sunday »i (1 1(1 fi 4'.' H M 10 36 . (i Monday (1 lb 6 4.' 0 *M 11 34 7 Tuesday .. G 16 6 43 10 2 Moon's Phases.—September, l'lrat Quarter - Wednesday, 8th, 7.43 0.111. ;Full Moon—Wednesday, 16th, 10.47 p.m. Last Quarter—"Wednesday, 22nd, 5.5 p.m. New Moon—Wodnesduy, 20th, 11.0 p.m.

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