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STOCK AND STATION REPORTS SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 September 1875

STUCK AND STATION KKl'OllTS « A. . SYDNEY. N \ii Messrs.: Harrison, ."Rmes, antlDovlln (September 4), report—W00I.7—No public sales, havo. been lield tills week. Advlccs hovo rcachcd us of some of., the nbtv clip having started from the station* , to our consign ment, which sfmks of tlio approach of the'openingof tho new season : and we think, nfter'thi* montii the1 sales will bo held weekly. None of'the new clip hav-' Jngost yet found its way into tho catalogues. it is (liiUcult to say definitely what values will rule for the coming season, or how far the local market is alfected l)y tlie lower figures quoted for Colonial wool through tho cable*; the wools now being offered here being of such a character, nnd on limited in quantity, to form anything like .a safe guide to the value* .of .tho now \too1s.'" Sheepskins.—Owing to the ahncnee of any public *nles this week, we are left without nny rc . marka tinder thW bead, ftltlHiuklrgnod prices aro still tilling, there wns' barely niue...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 September 1875

Banks. " AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK. INTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at current rate®. . Drafts issued on all the * Branches and Agencies in New South Wales, yQuechsland, Victoria, Adelaide, Tasnmnin, ; 'and New Zealand; also, on England, Ireland, and Scotland. (l 7, ; - ,ff. A. COTTEE, Manager. V "\Vagga Wagga, v ; .V 'j'.,.,- 2Stli.September, 1S6S. : I - COMMERCIAL BANKING 1 ' t , COMPANY OP SYDNEY-; ;; : '"iVi'-VVAGGA* WAG CIA BRANCH.' DEPOSITS Deceived on Current Accounts, ; Interest Allowed on Fixed Deposits at Currant Kates, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits Granted, - Advances Mado upon Approved Security, and all 'other usual Banking Busi ness Transacted. The Bank issues Drafts and Letters of Credit upon its various Branches and Agen«, ctes throughout New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia, .Tasmania, ' and New Zealand. 1 Also upon all 'the Principal Towns , in the / United Kingdom. .... . , ERED. W. GOWLLAND,.. , .. - Mai*3ger. iM. ,;i.: . '-Insurjb.ee.- ;■/...

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YASS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 September 1875

YAKS. Messrs. Jones ami IJroughton reportFat Cattle; —Wc have none on hand : tiie demand is increasing. Wc *aold all in our' bands lust week? rttiquotfttions, • cows, £0: bullocks, J&J fa. Storo Stock —We have several lots of young cattle under offer. The demand Is rapidly increasing for female, cattle, and bullocks, for paddQcklng. / We quote cows,' £.1 10s to £f> f>s : bullocks, £5 ;to £& 10s. . Fat-Sheep.—We have none to offer, and find them very dlilicnlt to get; prime sheep coming forward would realise extreme prices. Wo quote wethers, Us to lfts. .Store .Sijcep. - We have buyers Inspecting, but no sales to report until . next week. We quote ewes, fis (Jd to lis'; wedd'er>j,r 8s Ud to 0d. Horses.—Any good horses coming for* ward sell. We have letters from {Sydney buyers' in quiring for good upstanding stock.

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GOULBULIN. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 September 1875

GOULBULIN. Messrs. F. 8. Cohen atid Co. report:—Fnt CftUle.— j The market for prime boef Is. firm at 225 to'J is pur lOOlbs; but cattle must have quality to realise top quotations. We quote best pnllocks £S H* to £lJ Us : medium to good, £7 10* to £8: cows, £.*» fa toil'/. Store Cattle.—The severity of tlio weather prevented two drafts of cuttlo adverted by us tills week froui , coming forward. We sold n few pens as follows:— . Cows X& 103 to £1 10* : steers, i:i 10s :• young cattle at £2 7s Od.. Fat Sheep. ~The market Ik very bare oJ ' prime mutton.' A flock of really good wethers would now sell well. Wo quote, best Milb wetbera 12a Ud to 1& Od ; lighter weights in proportion.' 1 Store Sheep. —No sales to rcport/nml very few transaction* taking place now tlirit shearing is approaching. .Wo quote, good sound 0 and S-tootli, withers '6s (Id. to Oaj Od ; ewes, 7M;.lki to 10s Od; Horses.—Good upstanding colts sultnblo, for heavy draught are in dcmitud.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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MURRUMB[?]DGEE PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 September 1875

MUBRUMBlD'GEJif' 1'AST ORAL ASSOCIATION. A meeting of tho Committee of tho Pastoral Association was held nfc tho Austra linn Hotel last evening, the chair being occupied by the President, Mr. T. \V. Ham mond. The members present wcro Mr. T. H. Mate (vice-president), Messrs. Ashcroft, Bardwell, Ohisholm, M. 11. Devlin, A. Davidson, sen., Gowlland, Lecch, Ilobcrt M'Entyre, C4. Mair, S. Hawkins, and E. Ingram. Tho Secretary having read tho minutes of tho previous meeting held on 1st July, Mr. Hawkins objected to a portion iti which it was stated that tho meeting decided that tho Secretary might give to the local press infor mation of facts occurring at the meetings of tho Committee, without details, Mr. Hawkins making the objection on the ground that nothing of the sort occurred. After soma discussion tho confirmation of the minutes was put to the meeting and carried uuaui tnously. Mr. Hawkins handed in a written protest against the confirmation of the. minutes, in whfch it was affirme...

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MANIFEST OF THE STEAMER ALFRED. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 September 1875

MANtl'EST 01' THE STEAMER AU'RED. Geo. Forayth and Co., Wagga.-- 1 caso brooms, 2 j axle arms, 1 chalf-cuttor, 1 bundle boards, 4 bundles paperlmnglngs, 2 casus drapery, ifiS.bars Iron, 2;t bundles ditto, 2 plates ditto, 10.bars steel, 2 bundles hoop-iron, 0 irons, 1 cask hardware, 1 package saws, 1 ditto bolts, 1 bag hinges, 2 cases haidwaro. 4 casks ditto, 1 pair ash oars, 1 bale corks, 4 casks ale, 1 case sewing-machines, 100 colls wire, 1 caso galvanised Iron, 12 grindstones, 1 case iron sheets, 0 eases galvanised iron, 2 cases portable forges, 8 anvils. John David son, Wagga.—188 pieces timber. 02 ditto hardwood, 22 bundles timbor, 1 case ironmongery, 2 kegs ditto, 2 drums oil, 1 ditto dryers, 10 bundles timber, 1 ditto window frames, 1 ditto sashes, 1 ditto heads and shoes, 1 ditto elbows, ii ditto spouting, 1 ditto ridgo, 1 ditto pipe, 5 pieces moulding, 0 ditto architraves, 13 ditto scotla, 2 cases iron, 2 drums whito lead, 1st) pieces, 0 bundles posts, 7 ditto timber, 2 dit...

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A.J.C. SPRING MEETING. FIRST DAY, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH. Hurdle Race—2[?] miles. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 September 1875

A.J.O. SI'IUNG MEETING. FirisT Day, 'Saturday, Ski'TKMBRR 4tii. ! Hurdle Race—24 miles. ! j Mr* 11. House's bg Cronstadt, lOst ... 1; | P. GlonisterV g g Gaffer Grey, 10at 2lbs , ... , ... . ... fl. 2 * T.G.'Goyder's bg 'Welshman, llafc lOJbs ... ... ' 3 i Time, 5 miu. 214 . see. • ; ] Trial Stakes—11 miles. j Mr. 13; DeMestre's Sour Grapes Colt, i 7st ... i| Sir ^1. Kobinson's cli f Barbara, Gst. Olb0r ' ... • ... '2i Mr. 11. Kouse's b f Ksuieraldn, G9t;91bs... 3! 1 ' Time, 2 iniri," 18 see, ; ; The Derby—l £ miles, . Mr. W.: Branch's br c Kicbmoml ... al G, Uill, juu.'s Valfetta y6lt ,...: . ... ..2 Sir H. Kobinson's br c Vaieiitia ... ; ... '3 , ' Time, 2 win. 42 4-10 sec. , . , Spring Stakcs-7-l/j miles. • • ' Sir H. Kobinson's b h.ltiugsborougli, 6st 71ba ■ ; y 1 Mr. J. Tait's bh Goldsbrougli, Oat 31 bs 2 • ttWvS.; Cox's ch g Imperial, Oat 41bs 3 lleprieve a good fourth. Time, 2 111111. 42 sec. 1 ' ■ ' ) ■'■■■ ^ Epsom Handicap—1 mile. Mr, J. Tnit's bl m Evangeline, Gst 8ll>s...

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THE WALL ACETOWN POST OFFICE. (To Editor of the the Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 September 1875

THE WALL ACETOWN POST OFFICE. (To Editor of the the Advertiser.) Sir,—1 notice that in your issue of Satur day hist, you congratulate the residents of Wallacetown on boiu<j at lasb successful in gcttiug a post-cHiee, but if you knew the exact circumstances you would consider us more (it subjects for pity than congratulation. It appears that a Mr. Davis lias been np» pointed postmaster, but unless he intends Greeting ;i building at Wallacetown, 1 cannot possibly see how he expccts to (ill up the want we have suffered from so long. Mr. Davis happens to Jive almost two miles from the township, and a quarter of a milo from the main road. His private friends may know where to seek him out, but when a person is looking for a post-office, thoy naturally expect to Hud it somcwhorc in the immediate neighbourhood of a township. Several residents of the district liavo been speaking to me, and seem alike ignoraut of the reason of this appointment. Much iu convcnicnce as we suffered f...

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WAGGA WAGGA HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 September 1875

"WACIGA AVAGCU HOSMTAK.' I ittitwtf Committee, for tliu liionUi :— Messrs. Hodson mul jriiokiiinoii. Suli-C'um ■mitke— Messrs. Nixou, Love, au<l Sciiveii.

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) SYDNEY, TUESDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 September 1875

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [assoqia tjsd. mum rdtmitam.] (from our 'o\vN,'donitKsroNUBNTSi) "SYDNEY, Titkmday Niiliir: Mr;,Searr,.the...bandienpppr of.i tbo Australian Jockey Club, lias been pre. sontod with a ohronoihetor by tlio [num bers of the Club. Parliament has beon furthor prd roguod to tbo 12th October. ' Tbe'Australihu Jockey Club has de clined )o rniso tbp subscription. . ' The Melbourne steamers during tbo pjisfc few days bnvo brought' 'several valunble rains .fpr New South. Wales stations.' |Tbo Exhibition Commissioners bavo invited -wool growers to send boforo the 15th Novouibor 501b. bpxes.samplos of wool, washed or 'greasy,' combing, clothing, or hoggets for tbo Phila delphia Exhibition. .The Official' tiiho for tho Ddrliy is disputed. Privatq limo gives from -tn. 4'isccs. to 2m. 45 4-lOaecH. • iTho: weather w'iis splendid' for 'tho' races, and tho racing was vory flue; tlio Governor nnd Suito''wero presont, and the atcendanco was Inrgo. • , Snow three feet deep full in the S...

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THE Wagga Wagga Advertiser "This is true liberty, when freeborn men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." MILTON. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 September 1875

M Tliin Is true liberty, when frccborn men, - Having to ndvi*o the public, may speak free." Milton. WEOXJSSbAV, SEPTEMBER 8,1873. Timrtu is a good old saying which Bets .fpi'th, that charity begins at honlo. Out- newly, fledged.'contemporary in Sydney—Tho Echo—docs not appar ently-, however recoguisq ! either tho jiistico or the force of tfie adage. Wo say so after reading, by tho merest chance bo it'roinftmb'ered (for we have something butter to'do in consuming timo, than to rend dilnted copies i of that'most grandmotherly ' sheet, the S. M. Bera]d), ono. , of tho, preten tiously brilliant emanations from tho pon of the scribe who sits on his stool and pours wisdom into the public ear, through Iho happy mediumship of tho, latest born cveningiliag in iNew South Wales—tho already nientioned Echo ! Echo ! Echo always ! However,' be this.a? ,.it may,, wo,.h.iyo,.perused tho 'columns of our youthful contemporary and wo have discovered a curiosity iii them—tbo said columns. •, Indeed wo ...

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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 September 1875

PASTORAL MEMS. Wo specially refer those interested to the advertisements, appearing elsewhere, of Btoek to be sold after the Show. Tho following sales of stock belonging to snuattera in Hiverina wo take from tho sales of Live Stock held in Melbourne last Wed ncsday. Store Stock,—lfiO Yauko-brcd rams have been sold by tho Hon. Samuel WiUnn, and have to bo delivered at Tuoralc. Messrs. Shanahan and Jennings, of War hrcccan, havo sold GOOD owes at tho highest figure valued this season. A Melbourne telegram states that at a sale I of *100 puro'bred merino rams, from tho J Ercildoun lloeks, tho lot averaged ;(M •!«. The Corowa Chronicle reports the follow ing crossing ftb that township :—August •20th, 220 fat cattle, from Uogeldrie, for Melbourne, Hebden ami Suns, owners. Messrs. Wei man have sold the Ariah Station, Mcrool Creek, with 2-1,">00 sheop, 270 head of cattle, working plant, horses, etc., to Mr. Edwin Lowe, of Geelong, at a high ligure. Messrs. \V., II., M. and Co., agents i...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 September 1875

BIRTH. NIXON.-On September 4, at Wagga Wagga, the wife   of Frank Nixon of a son.

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 September 1875

• JTEilS OF NEWS. The Eleventh Amm.it Exhibition of tho Murrumbidgeo Pastoral Association, will bo held to-day, and wo are glad to bo nblo to say that thore is every prospect of a good Show. The wcathqr; has boon liiio' enough to favour tlio arrival of a largo number of visitors, and uo doubt the Show ground will present a; lively appearance. The following ure thu numbers of tho entries for. to-day's exhibition 'Cattle—Shorthorns, 44 ex hibits ; Herefords, .9. Sheep—Merino, 27 pens j Fat Sheep, 9 pens; Extra Stock, 17 exhibits. Thoroughbred horses 5, Draught Stallions 7, Baylis' Special I'rizo 9, Cham pion Ram Jfr'&o I, making in nil 128 ox liibits. , i IN our report of tlio meeting of tho Pas toral Associatiou Oommittoc, in another column, it will be seen that,,Mr. A. G. Jones; ill addition to £'50 giveu to tho Asso ciation as a lifo'Member, has pledged him self to give twenty guineas annually, so long as the present Secretary—Mr. i\ A. Tonipson—retains his office, "or a ge...

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AMERICAN HOTELS. (Correspondent Goulburn Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 11 September 1875

f' A ATE III CAIN' HO T E L S. (Correspondent Qoulhurn Ilernltl.) We will begin with the exterior. A site is selected in the bonrt of the city, and: if* magnificent palatial structure^ 1 often six or seven floors in height, is erected,: covering a whole block of land between four streets. The floor on a level with the streets (ox cept at the hotel entrances) is fitted up as elegant shops which bring in a .large rental, the upper floors being ex-' clnsively reserved for the hotel accom modation. Ornamental entrances to the hotel lead into a spacious chamber around which are the liotol booking offices, reading, writing, and waiting rooms.''-'Sometimes newspaper and book stalls, fancy goods shops, and hairdressing apartments are entered from tbis vestibule or chamber. The bar where drink is served is out of sight, although of course it can easily be fonud out .when' refreshment !is ; re quired. The billiard-room is also in some retired part of the building. As may be inferred, tbo chio...

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A STRANGE AFFAIR. (English Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 11 September 1875

A "STRANGE AFFAIR (Enylitsk Journal.) A singular ovont occurred in wliich startled society in gonernl, but rufllod not tho calm judicial mind as to tho' gross nbsurdity of a luw whichj had long rested in 1 tlio archives of feudalism, but was then brought out, and mado use of with oflect. A young girl—Mary Ash ford—was found inur dored under circumstances which fixed tho strongest suspicion upon one Abrahnm Thornton, who had accom panied hor home from a ball, and had been with hor, as bo himself admitted, n , Bhort, timo before tho discovery of hpr body, not far from tho pond of water in which it lay. Notwithstand ing tho cogency of tlio proofs ngainst him, tho accused was acquitted ; but the brother of the poor victim of outrage, boing dinsatisfied with tho result,, proceeded ; to. resort to the antiquated romody known as an appoal of murder—namely, summoningThorn ton into the Court of King's Bench in order to obtain satisfaction for the crime; and to have tho proper punish ment inf...

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MY FIRST SPELLING BEE. (Melbourne Punch. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 11 September 1875

MY FIRST' SPELLING ■ BEE.-* j (Melbourne Punch. Mrs. Jjubkms said tnat it was n pre posterous idea—that it was a downright shnitio lor a married man, tlio father of ■t family ( and such a family !) to go and makij an 'exhibition of himself for tlio gratification of n parcol of scliool children—that I had not tlio remotest chance of winning n prize, and (hut I knew as much about spelling as an oyster knows about tight boots. " My dear Emily," I replied, "I must really bog of you to givo over tlio hurtful practice of measuring other folk's corn by your own incorrect bushel. When the hour,arrives tlio man will not be found wanting. On the .'evening of this literary tournamont your husband, madam, flatters himself that ho will be found in the first row of orthograpli ists." "Yes, in the first row, chucked o/F the platform," reassuringly re sponded tlio mothor of my children. I smiled at her — that comfortable, pitying smile, that tolls of a mind confident of success, and of a stomach in...

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BROKEN-DOWN SWELLS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 11 September 1875

BHOKEN-DOWN SWELLS. The traveller in Australia will find (writes the travelling correspondent of the Sydney Town and Country) ample materials for a work on the marvellous, if he likos to listen atten tively to the stories of the characters he meets. Their life-histories are full of interest,-and if not heroes them selves, tDauy of tbom claim, with more or leBS . trnthfulnoss, to bo descended from'ancestors who were among the greatestEuijope has.^. qver soeu. Queensland, is notod for- the large number of titled men, and rdlatives of titled men, :who atei engaged for the most part in very humble capacities, in " the, heroi'b work of colonisation," if that tneaus wasting their lives -as rapidly as they wasted their patri monies. With Charles Mackay I can faithfully say, that among those-1 uiet Ono was ft poor of ancient blood, , ., The lord o1 ncrosnoncj Ono was ft wrangler from the Cam, In purso awl naino .uudono ; Olio could speak iu the choicest Greek, . And ono was a bishop's son 1...

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TEA SCANDAL—A LIBEL ON THE LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 11 September 1875

TEA SCANDAL-A LIBEL ON THE LADIES. When the piirty commences, all starched and nil glum, ^ They talk of the 'weather; their dress, or Sit mum1; ; They will toll you of ribbons of cambric or lace— ! How cheap they were Bold, and will tell (you the place j ■ •'» They discourse of their, colds,, they ,vhem and cough, And complaiii of their, servants to pass the J time off j > 1 • . • But Tea—that enlivener of wit and of soul, More loquacious by far than the draughts of tho bowl— ; &0011 loosens the tongue and enlivens the mind, And enlightens their eyes to the faults of mankind; It brings on the tapis their neighbours de» • fcots, ; All their shortcomings and wilful neglects, / . Till' good-natured dnuies are converted, by. ' - Tea 1 Into character-manglcrs Tvorsothan a "Fiji.. In .harmless chit-chat their acquaintance • -.tlioy roast, . And servo up a friend as tbeysorve lip a • . "toast, Some gentle fciux'pa#, or some female mis* take, { 1 . Is like sweetmeats delicious, o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 11 September 1875

Spocial Advoitisomonts. WOOL. WOOL.. WOOL. G OIj DSN HOUGH'S WOOL WAKE HOUSES, MELBOURNE. 11. GOLDSBROUGH AND CO. T)K(.i to announce to the Wool Growers .O and Merchanta of the Australian Colonics, Tasmania, anil New Zealand, that their Warehouses are now ready for tho Reception and Sale of Wool duriug tho Season, and that I hey arc prepared to make LIUKUAL CASH ADVANCES, ON l,AVOUltAW,B TKUMS, On the ensuing Clip of Wool, either for sale in this market, or shipment to Loudon. Sales by Public Auction will ho held on caeh Monday nnd Wkunksday .during the Season, and proceeds will he paid on the Tuksday 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 ami Display of Wool to the boat advantage, . thn Sample llooma being lighted 011 an improved principle. The various ltoouis are ...

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