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

fMPOUXJ)INOS. liprirUNditA.—On tlic 20th tiny of August, IS75, from enclosed land, by Mr. C. Smith: sum due at date of notice set after oauh animalBed and white 8tecr, 5 or 8 off rump, 10 off thingh : Da ; strawberry cow, ^ near rump, M near thigh, like .T near ribs, licnr car marked, Os fld : strawberry calf, nnbranded, Os. To bo «oh? September 10. Tbn-milb Ckkkk.—Oii U>th August, 1876, from Gurryowen, by Mr. Lawercnce Garry, sum due at date of notice, 10s -Id Dark bay mare, star, like 2 over JB over C or GIL near shoulder, like C or CJ1C off shoulder, broken-in, long pulled tall, aged, 16!,' hands. To bo sold September 10. Ai>Rf'0N<».—On 20th August, 187». from BiUapalah, by Mr. Ilichardsoii-; sum due at date of notico set after each animalBlack horse, PB off shoulder, white strcak'in facc, near bind foot white, pulled tall, 14s ; brown horse, W.T near shoulder, W G off shoul der, hind feet white, blaze, pulled tail; Ufa, On the same day. from Cowdonblonga, by Air...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 11 September 1875

WEEKLY CALENDAR.' Days of Wkkk. 8un\ Rises Sets. Moon. Rises Sets. 11. M. ii. sr. A. M. A. M Wednesday .. « 12 r> 44 10 4f» 12 32 Thursday .. 0 11 6 46 11 1 20 P. K. Kriil ay .. ft 11 f» 45 r.{ m 1 211 Saturday .. t. « H f> 4(1 1 HI i:t Sunday « V /> 47 » 84 57 Monday .. .. .. (t 5 6 47 :i 4<i 4 .'Ml Tuesday 0 4 5 48 4 •!!> f. 10 Moos'o Phasim.—September. First Quarter- Wcdneaday, 8tli, 7.43 a.m. • Full Moon—Wednesday, l&th, 10.47 p.m. Last Quarter—'Wedneaduy, 22nd, 6.5 p.m. New* Moon—Wednesday, 20th, 11.0 p.m.

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[?]OST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 11 September 1875

: .... FOST OFFICE, WAGGA WAQGA. T I Jl K T A Jl h K UPT1IK AniUVAL AND DESPATCH Of MAIDS. , .AHJllVAI.f). l-'rom Sun. Mon. Tue. Wed rim. Fri. Sat. Sydney.. . Tarculta .Tnnco . VnsH .. . J)cnUii)uln . Tirana .. . Jin/' Nnrandcrft . Albiiry.. . G'ookandina. Clarcnilon . 1) 45 0 45 8 .*50 8 .*{0 p.m. 7' 0 7 0 G SO 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 30 n 30 p.m. 7 0 7 0 11 30 U 30 p.m. 7 0 7 0 1) 0 D 0 0 0 8 30 8 30 p.m. 7 0 7 0 0 45 i> 4f> 11 30 u :m p.m. 7 O 7 . « (5 30 !l 45 9 45 p.m. 7 0 7 0 it 0 0 0 1) 0 11 30 11 30 p.m. 7 0 7 0 DCi'AKTUIIKS For Sun. Mon. Titc. Wed Tim. Frl. Sydney.. - Turcutt* Junco., .. Y«m .. • PoniK'pdn . .Uwna... . ,Hny .. . Narandcra p.m. a 0 3 0 10 45 10 45 2' 0 2 0 p.m. 3 ir> 3 ir» 3 15 p.m. 2 45 2 -If) p.m. 3 16 3 15 3 1 10 45 10 45 2 0 2 0 p.m. 2 45 2 ir» 10 15 10 45 p.m. 3 15 3 15 3 15 10 45 10 15 Allmry.. . Coofcandhm: Clarendon . 0 0 Vo 0 0 0 0 0 0 (i 0 0 0 ft 4r 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 4ft

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WAGGA WAGGA HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 11 September 1875

WAGGA "W'AGGA HOSPITAL. Vinitinu Committee, for tlio mouth:— Messrs. HoiIboii and MacKinnon. Sub-Corn mitltx—Mvmiiy. Nixon, Lovo, and Soriveu.

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

WANTED. "ANTED, to Purchase a BULLOCK DRAY. Apply A. G. JONES. : TTTANTED, TWO BULLOCK DRIVERS,' ' VV steady ami experienced men. Apply" A. Gv, JONES., , ; • ■ WANTED, TIIRE13 :DR OVINO SHEPHERDS, ."VYITJI, HOUSES. Apply immediately, A. a. JONES. TXT ANTED, TENDERS for building d W WOOLSHED at Sandy Creek station.' Full particulars and specifications can be seen at WILKINSON, HANN, MINCHIN & CO.'S, Exchango Buildings. Qnm.b "TTTANTED, a thorough COOK and VV LAUNDRESS. Good wages. Apply to MKS; MIDDLEXON, Post Ollice. SPECIAL NOTICES. SHEARING will commcnco at EUNON YHAREENYIIA on SATURDAY, the 18th SEPTEMBER, JOHN AFFLICK, • ,, Manager, ' tuu.c SHEARING will commence nt 113AIIMED ' MAN 011 the 25tli iSEI'TJttlUKR iust. S1IEARERS WANTED.. NOT! T)1SRS0NS Travelling with Shoop neroae JL tbo Dulla Dnlhi Duny Run will bo required to Givo Notice from this dote to the boundary rider. JAMES DEVLIN & SONS, Dcopwutbr. August *2-1, 1875. . liw.uis LOOK OUT ! LOOK . OUT ! 1-NN P...

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

Wool.. HASTINGS "^CUNINGrHAM AND CO., WOOTj^ROKERS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, AUSTRALASIAN WOOL STORES, Collins-street "West, MKLliOUJlNE. WE beg to notify the Woolgrowcrs of the Murrumbidgcc, Lnchlan, and Darling districts that \vc ore prepared to mahcliberal advances on the most favourable terms upon the Ensuinu Clip of Wool, and also upon approved station securities. Having made extensive additions to our already commodious warehouses, by which their storage capacity ling been doubled, wo are enabled to offer facilities for conducting the trade unsurpassed by any firm in the colonies; and as wo strictly confine onr business to that of SELLING BROKERS ONLY ON COMMISSION, we have no interest, cither directly or indirectly, 111 the purchase of any proilucc, thereby affording to onr constituents the surest guarantee that the extreme market value will at all times be sccured for their consignments. Our Sales, during the ensuing Wool Season, will bo regulated according to the tone ot t...

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CUNGEGONG, COOTAMUNDRA. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 11 September 1875

CUNGEGONG, COOTAMUNDRA. frilOJE OUIt OWN COItltESrOXDKXT.l Xxikbb, is positively very litfclo to commu nicatc,andas far as trade is concerned, it may bo ' summed up in three words—fiat, Bfcale, and unprofitable. Great expectations of a revival in trade were anticipated by the contractors for the railway holding out in ducements for men to work on the lino by, making the'day's labour nine lioura in place often, but the bait docs not take, judging from the few men at work. Several of the older hands have packed up, aud gone shear ing, tank sinking, &c., alleging it pays them far better than taking contracts in the cuttings. In spito of those drawbacks we may hope the Great Southern will be finished somo time—whoever lives to see it. I" have not heard of any movements in stock this week. Shearing docs not com mence in the district before Octobcr and November, when most of the men are return ing from the sheds down the river. ; Wo have had somo very cold nights and days for^he J...

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THE Wagga Wagga Adver[?] "This is true liberty, when freeborn men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." MILTON. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 11 September 1875

THE | (Sffcrg-gnMirgg:i^Murlisn ' Tlilu la Irno liborty, when frecbom men, Having to inlvlao tfic public, may apcftk froo." • JIu.ton. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER IX, 1875. Thb Show of tlio Mtirrumbidgeo Pastoral Association for 1875 has boon bold, and bold, wo nro happy to say, successfully. This statement, wo do not think, will bo contradicted by evon thoso amongst us who aro notori ously known to liavo striven hard to ruin the Association, simply to gratify some personal fooling of a decidedly mean.and contemptible naturo. Hav ing said that the Show was a success, it is only fair, wo think, to add that in a groat measure tbo satisfactory re sult monlioried by us lias boon due to tbo Association's Secretary—Mr. F. A. ToMpson—-who did not leave a Btono unturned to bring about tbo success in question. , The gentlemen connected with the pastoral interests of the dis trict have also to be credited with having, done their best to make the Show worthy of Wagga Wngga. Exhibits wero brought from,...

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THE SHOW SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 11 September 1875

TJIK SHOW SALES. •Tlic Annual sale of stock, at the show'. Yards, took plncc on Thursday. The attend-', unec of buyers was large, but the prices real ; sod for stock suffer by comparison with last •year, a fact to be attributed to the low con dition in - which the cattle offered were found. The following are the pales made by the severa^ agents on the ground :— •• Wilkinson, Hann, Mincjiin and Go;, on ; account of Mr. James Kobinson, (Ivimo)! 2 first prize cows, at £11, to Mr. ICaue, of Becclnvb'rtli 5.2 first prize fat bullocks, to Mr. Win. Walsh, at £1110s. For Mr. M. Sawyer, • C first prize fat wethers at 31s 6d each, to Mr. Hardyman. For Messrs. Watt and Thomson, Cockctgcdong, G young heifers, 12 to 1-i months'old, averaging 35 guineas. For Mr. It.. Smiihwiek, Talmalmo, Bowna, the 2nd prizo imported bull 4th Karl of Oxford, to Mr. J. Donnelly, of Berambula,. for 166 guineas. For Mr. It. Melntvro, of Eunonylta-, reeiiha, the, bull Earl of Morton, by Duke of Dcrrimut, bred by Watt...

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STOCK AND STATION REPORT. ADVERTISER OFFICE, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 11 September 1875

stock and station report. Apvkhtjkku Office, Friday Evening. The weather (luring the past week lins been variable, (ho early part of the week being moderately warm, and up to Wednesday evening bright days ruled. On Wednesday night we bad a smart thunderstorm, Avliicit promised a heavy downpour of rnin. A few slight showers only fell. On Thursday night we bad some heavy showers, and during the night the wind blew a perfect hurricane for a time. From our exchanges we learn that at Dubbo the weather lias been changeable, and some heavy rain hud fallen during the week ending the 2nd inst. The report- accord ing to the Despatch from that district- is most, satisfactory. The lambing is getting on very well. The averages cut f.o far hare been equal to anything in the past; and the lambs arc surprisingly strong and healthy. The shearing is going ahead in the prineipal shed-', but immediately around Dubbo the shears will not be at work till about the middle find end of September. The reports...

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

Banks. AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK. INTEREST allowed 011 fixed deposits at current ratep. Drafts issued on all tho Branches and Agencies in New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, Adelaide, Tasmania, and New Zealand; also, 011 England, Ireland, 'V and'Scotland. ; " ' ' W. A. COTTEE, Manager. WaggaWagga, 2Sth September, 1SG8. THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY OP SYDNEY. -WAGGA WAGGA BRANCH. •'.J "EYEPQSITS Received on Current Accounts, I / :Interest Allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Rates, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits Granted, Advances Made upon Approved Security, and all other usual Bunking Busi ness Transacted. Tlis. Bank issues Drafts and Letters of // . Credit upon its various Branches and Agon-, cies throughout Now South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, arid New Zealand. Also upon all the Principal Towns in the United Kingdom. FRED. W. GOWLLAND, Manager. Insurance. A USTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVI il : DENT SOCIETY. Established 1S40. TOR LIFE ASSURANCE ON THE MUT...

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MR. G. A. ELLIOT'S (POWERS, RUT[?]ERFORD AND CO.) REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 11 September 1875

MR. G. A. ELLIOT'S (POWERS, ItUTlIERt'OItD AND CO.) REPORT. Fat Cattle.—The demand is Blill very brisk but tlio supply limited. Quotations — Bullocks, £8 to £9 ; cows, £7 to £8. Stoke Oattlh,-—There is still great difficulty in disposing of any lots, even prime cattle require n considerable reduction on pre vious mtes to ensure a sale. I have sold for Mv. D. O'Brien, of "Wallnruby, 700 bend mixed ages and sexes, to Messrs, Bennet t and Meuraut. Quotations—Bullocks, &L to i*G ; cows, £3 tc £3 10s* Pat SriEKr.—Very few enquiries. Stork Siikbf.—Sales not very brisk at pre* sent. I am now delivering some large lots from the shears. I have sold 1700 ewes with lambs at foot, on account of Mr. P. Roger*, to Mr. J. O'Brien. Salks of Stock Duinsa Snow "Week.—I help my annual pule of Cows, Bulls, and Sheop at tho Show Yards on Thursday, 9th iust. There was a large attendance of buyers, but owing to the bad condition of the cattle offered, prices were not very high. I sold the followin...

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MESSRS: WILKINSON, HANN, MINCHIN AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 11 September 1875

MESSRS: ^YILIONSOIf, ITAJsTN, MINCIIIN AND CO.'S REPORT.* 1?AT Stock.—Emeries arc numerous for' both sheep and cnttle,. but few lota arc offering No sales to report. Sxoiu-: Cattle.—Tho demand for (bis des cription of stock continues dull, in fact, more difficulty' is experienced in effecting sales, than we have known for souio time past. Stork Sheet.—We have still to report a good demand for fattening wethers and • ■weaners in the wool. "We also have to note a largo demand for .young sheep delivered off the shears, and numerous transactions arc now pending. Houses.—"We have this week sold 12 head on account of Mv. John M'Entyre, at miction ; and 10 head for other owners. Rams.—We have-sold. 120 Merino Hams on account of Messrs, J. and II. Osborne of Momolong, to Messrs. JIuon and Collins of Rolero. Stations.-—The enquiry for all kinds of .station property either stocked or un Btoeked, still keeps up. We have this week sold in conjunction with Messrs. Hastings Cimniugluim and Co., t...

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THE DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 11 September 1875

; THE DINNER. '■In tho evening the usual annual'Shpw dinner took place in the Australian1 Hotel, vv Wo are not exaggerating wlien wc say that ' it was got up in A1 style, and qnito equal to anything of tlio kind to bo seen even in ^ Melbourne. The tables were decorated with ^r' great tasto, the viands were of the best, and vnried as could be wished, ami finally, tlio c* • liquor was prime. In fact, the affair reflects great credit upon Mrs. ttmven and ber as* , aistantf. About -fifty persons flat down to .. discuss tlio dclicacics offered to tbem ; aiid they did discuss tlicm to some effect, as could be told by looking at tbe tablc3 at the end of tbe performance of eating and drink ing. The chair was occupied by Mr. T. \V. -Hammond, the vice-chair by Mr. T. Ill j Mate; Vice-president. After the cloth had been removed, the Chairman put the usual loyal toasts of " The Queen,"" the "Prince of Wales and the • -KoyalFamily," ondthe "Governor," which were drunk with the customary honors. ...

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F—FAT STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 11 September 1875

]?—ivr Stock. Judges—Messrs; Charles Barber and-Wil liam lUrnl. t ;r Scct. 1—Two Beat Oxon (liot workers) ex-' ' hibitiug most symmetry, .fat' and weight. First, £3 ; second, H. C. One exhibit. Mr. James Robiuson, Itimo,'' to which a First Prize was awarded, Scct. 2—Two Best Fat Cows, most symmetry, fat and weight. First, £3;' second^, Honorary Certificate. : Two exhibits. , Air. Alexander J?avzdsou; () Mr. James Robinson. First Prizo—Mr. James Robinson,,Kimo. No other award. ' . Scct. 3—Five Best Wethers, with moat symmetry, fat and weight. First, £2 ; second, H.: C. One exhibit. Mr. Matthew Sawyer, to ; •which a First Prize was awarded. G— Extra. Stock. Judges—Messrs. J. J. Fonnell and Jameif? .. Gormloy, attended by Mr. C. Bardweil; - i v\ J i Scct. 1—Best Hack. First, £2; second, $1; third, H. C. ' * Five exhibits. Mr. Robert M'lntyre's Volunteer, Mr. Edward Ashevoft'a Pvobin, Mr. John Leitch's Jerry, Mr. John Don-" nelly's Spark, Mr. A. "Morley,s Tim WhiiHcr. First Prize—Mr, Jo...

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HORSES: A—THOROUGH-BRED HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 11 September 1875

HO 1! S 13 S : A—Tnonouoit-jiitliD Houses. Judges—Messrs. John J. Fennell and M. H. Devlin, attended by Air. Charles I). Bardwcll, Sect. 1—Best Stallion over 3 yrs. Cham pion Prize, £0 ; second, £3 ; third, Honorary Certificate. Two Exhibits — Mr. J. J. Donnelly's Napoleon ; Mr. .fames Robinson's Snowden. First and Champion lMze—Mr. J. J. Donnelly's Napoleon. No second prize awarded. Sect. 2—Best Stallion under 3 yrs. First prize, £3 ; second, H. C. Ouo exhibit—Mr. W. A. Jacob's New Guinea, to which a first prize was given. Sect. 3—Best Marc. First, £3; second, H.O. Two - exhibits—Mr. P. J. McAlister's Zelinda; Mr. W. A. Jacobs' Beeswing. First Prize—Mr. P. J. McAlister's Zelinda. Beeswing, though entered, did not bIiow, as the mare is now in foal to Blair Athol. B—Draugiit Horses. Judges—Messrs. J. J. Fennel! and James Gormley, atteuded by Mr. Bardwcll. Sect. 1—Best Stallion over 3 yrs. Champion Prize, £0 ; second, £3 ; third, H.C. Four exhibits—Mr. John Keigliran's The Laird: Mr. ...

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MURRUMBIDGEE PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 11 September 1875

MURRUMBIDGEE PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. The Eleventh Annual Show, licld in con nection with tho above Association, took place on Wednesday, at tho Association Yards on tho Itaeo Course, and proved, wo have tho gratification to say, a success, in more respects thau ono, owing principally to _t!io indefatigable—energy of the Society's Secretary, Mr. V. A. Tompson, who desorves great credit for tho manner in which ho has worked up tho affairs of tho Association, aud tho stylo in which the business at the Show was conducted. Tho weather,- which had been threatening during last week, fortu nately changed in time, and was as fine as couldbo wished—tho sun shiuiug with almost summer heat, and a cool wind tempering tho atmosphere, and making it pleasant. Tho at tendance was larger than has been seen at our Shows for some years, people hailing from distauccs av\ch as Melbourne and Sydney being prcseut. I Tho wants of tho visitors in tho matter of drink and food woro oarefully attoudcd to.by | Mes...

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SHEEP: E—MERINOES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 11 September 1875

SIl EEP: 1£—11ERINOES.' Judges—Messrs. Thomas Mitcholl, Samnol Watson, and Angus Robertson, attended by; Mr. John Leitcli. } Sect. 1—Two Best Hams, 4, G, or 8 tooth. First, £1; second, £2 ; third, H, C. ri Eleven .pens exhibited. . Mr. A. N. ;Gilv'T bert, Mr. T. W. Hammond (3), Mr. Henry Henty, Mr. E. C.. Pearson (3), Mr. Alex.., Smith, Mr. John Smith, Mr. E. Iugram., First Prizo-Mr. Henry Honfcy, Hound; ; Hill. Sccond Prize — Mr. T. W. Hammond, Junee. . , , > . . Hon. Certificate — Mr, E. 0. Pearson, Sandy Crek. : i .< Sect. 2~Two. Best Rams, 2 tooth, have been shorn. First, £4 j secoud, £2 j . .. third, H. 0. Three pens exhibited. Mr. T. W. Ham-- ^ mond, Mr. Henry Henty, Mr. John Smith. First Prize—Mr. Henry Henty: Hound Hill. — 1 * Secoud Prize—Mr. T.W. Hammond,Junbc. Hon. Certificate — Mr. Johu Smith, • Kyamba. Sect. 3—Two Best Earns, 2 ^ tooth, neyeiv • shorn. First, £3 ; second, If.vC. l T; Four Pens exhibited., Mr. T.AV. Ham*^l mond, Mr. John Smith, Mr. W. deyer...

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CATTLE: C—SHORT HORNS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 11 September 1875

CATTLE: C—Short Hobns. Judges — Messrs. Charles Barber /arid Thomas Elliot, attended by Mr. Edward Ashcroft. f 1 Sect. 1—Best Bull over 3 yrs. First, £5; second, £2; third, H, 0. Five Exhibits.— Mr. Alexr. Davidson's, Bullcnbong, Nelson ; Mr. R. Smithwick's Earl of Oxford 4.th; Mr. John Donnelly's General Hopewell ; Mr. Georgo Smith's 2nd Duke of Brunswick ; Mr. Matthew Devlin's Wnllargnrang. Champion and First Prize.—Mr. John Doiinolly's General Hopewell. •, Second Prize.—Mr. It. Smithwick's Earl of Oxford 4th. Hou. Certilicafce.—Mr. A. Davidson's Nelson. Sect, 2—Best Bull 2 to 3 yrs. First, i£4; second, £2; third, H. C. Two Exhibits.—Mr. Robert Mclntyro's Earl of Morton; Mr. Robert McEntyro's Mount Devvimnt. First Prize.—Earl of Morton. . Sccond Prize.—Mount Derrimut: : Scot. 3—Best Bull 1 to 2 yrs. First, £3 second, £2; third, H. C. Five Exhibits.—Mr. II. McEntyro's Earl of Derrimut; &3 r. John Leitch's Young Coppin j Mr. F. Chiaholm's Sclim j Mr. George Smith's Earl of B...

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A. J. C. SPRING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 11 September 1875

A. J. 0. SPIUNG MEETING. Third Day—Thursday 9th Sex'tember. The Free Handicap—One mile and ft quarter. Mr. A. Town's br g Playboy ... 1 ,, J. Mayor's eh m Express ... 2 „ J. D* Little's b in Myrtle ... 3 The Craven Plate—One mile and a quarter. Sir H. Robinson's b b Kiugsborough 1 Air. It. House's b h Reprieve ... 2 ,, 11. .Sevior's by Cyclops ) Dead W. S. Cox's ch g Imperial ) Heat President's Handicap—One mile and three quarfcors. Mr. T. Ivory's b m Miss Kingston ... 1 ,, A. Bowman's eh h Atlios ... 2 ,, T. Lee's br m Llama 3 Tho Mares' Produce Stakes. Mr. W. Branch's b c Richmond ... 1 Sir II. Robiuson's b r c Valentia 2 Mr. E. "Do Mestrc's b c Sylvia colt... 3 The Sydney Handicap—One mile and a half. Mr. T. Lee's br m Llama . ... 1 ,, T. Ivory's blU h Saltan... .. 2 ,, Little'8 br h King of the West... 3

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