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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) SYDNEY, FRIDAY NIGHT, [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 11 September 1875

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. | [ASSOC IA TED PRESS TELHOHA MS.) (FltOM OUIt OWN COItlinSI'ONDENTS.) SYDNEY, FitiDAY Night, Iii the application for a now trinl in Krefffc v. Hill, their Honors Judges I^tivceli mid Hnrgroarcs disagreed, llio verdict consequently stands. A subsequent application for a rehearing boforo llio tliroo Jndgos was rofused. Tlio sleoploclinscr, 'Pallyho, was killed oil Wednesday jumping. A boat raco between Luyeock and Triukett was wou by tlio latter easily. Cattle supply quite up to require ments. Best worth 2Gs. per lOOIbs ; sheep miliar beyond demand—5Glb wethers, 15s. (JUENFJiLL, Fiiidav, Night A pnblic meeting was bold at the Oddfellows' Hall last night in support of tho erection of the now Catholic Church. Tho meeting was a great succoss—£320 being subscribed in the room. Fiitbovs Finnogan and O'Dwyer and soveral lay gentlemen addressed the meeting. MELBOURNE, Friday Night. Tho reof lias boon struck in tho Mugdala shaft, at Pleasant Creek, nt a depth of 1G80 feet, ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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DEAN STANLEY ON THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 11 September 1875

DEAN STANLEY ON THE PKESS. Tbo New York Herald Buys :—Tho Denn of Westminster's speech on tho Press, at tlio annual dinner of tbo Newspaper Press Fund, ou Saturday evening, was marked by many happy and characteristic tonchos, and by n general kindliness and warmth which pressmen well know bow to appreci ate. . . . Tho responsibilities of tbo press must bo admitted. Tbo law definos some of tbom, but most of them are ombodied in an unwritten ■code, which vaiiesin different quarters, and cannot well be rigidly defined. The martyrdom of reporting was humorously described by the Dean, and his historical additions were nil happy ones. The theologians owe much to :the faithful ten aud sixteen, -who ac companied St. Jeromo and St. Augus tine, and our statesman of to-day, who persist in regarding , Parliamentary reporters 1 as "strangers" ciwe to these intelligent friends some of the .'sources of their highest instruction and tbo models of tbeir most ambitious imU tntion. The Dean was extrem...

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PASTORAL MEMS, [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 11 September 1875

PASTOIlA'L S[EMS, Mr. A. Stokes, of Forbes, announces in our advertising columns that lie will offer for sale by public auction on the 30th instant Blow dear Station, with 1000 head of cattle, the properly of Messrs. Watkin Brothers. Blow clear is, we understand, on the Billabong Creek, about eighteen miles north-west from Forbes. It is, perhaps, without except ion, the prettiest picec of country in the Laehlan district, consisting chicily of myall undula ting country. It is well-known for its heavy carrying capability and fattening properties. There in no doubt that there will be severe competition for it, as it is a first-class run, well-improved and abundantly watered. Messrs. Ilcnty and Balfour have delivered to Messrs. Robertson Brothers, of Bavmed man, 33 hogget ruins by King Billy and Sir Thomas, Tasmanian rams. Mr. A. T. Bolton (D. C., H., and Co.) agent, Messrs. Robertson Bros., of Mimosa, have taken delivery of 2309 ewes and lambs, pur chased l>v them from Messrs. .T. J...

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KEEPING UP APPEARANCES. (Pall Mall Gazelle.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 11 September 1875

. KEEPING UP .APPEARANCES. £ :;(Pa:ll Mall'Gazelle. ), j-J Among the many items that help to swell tlie "cost of living','" that of " keeping up appearances " is proba bly tho lieaviost. At -tbo root of of most of tbo troDbloa *aud many of vices whiph. Weig|i j ion the hearts I and consciences' of'society lies the | maggot "respectability." At any ooBt of poaco and co'mfort, not only the character but the appearance o( respectability must bo kept up. Even self-respect must bo sacrificed For Hie respect of otliors, and this can only be retained and preserved by a certain stylo of living and dressing, often fur beyond tlio means of the victims. A innn leaves his wifo nnd children beggars when be dies ; the moiiey^ bo might hnvo laid asido lor tbeiu through a life of toil has been spent oil respec tability, and no one blames him nor does ho blatno himself on his death bed, but rather does ho take credit for having kept up " appearances " to the last. Wbou ho dies, his family show their...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 11 September 1875

ITEMS OF NEWS. Tins non-delivery of tho Albury mail last night leaves us without the reports of the Melbourne market of Weducsday. We understand that Mr. George Smith, owner of tho2mlDuUeof Brunswick, is so dissatisfied with the position his bull obtained at the Show, that he has challenged to ex* hibit him against the winner of the jirst prizo, Mr. Donnelly's General Hopewell,' before two judges, to bo brought from Melbourne or Sydney. We believe the challenge has been accepted by a local gentleman, the bet being £100, and the loser to pay the ex penses of tho judges. Apart from the local rivalship in the matter, tho bulls represent the two great strains of fashionable blood — tho Booth and Bates. Tub first of tho Drawing Boom Entertain* inents given by Mr, A. F. Bcmmington, in aid. of the Library of tho Mechanics' Institute, came off on Wednesday evening. Considerable interest had been manifested iu the announce ment of M r. Remington's appearance amongst us as an elocutionist, an...

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

First ship for antwerp win sail about 15th november. # Intend ing shippers by this opportunity will please apply early for freight to ri5nard bros., or to WiM. crosby & co., Ship Agents, Queen-street. MOHT'S "WOOL WARE HOUSES AND PRODUCE STORES, CIRCULAR QUAY, SYDNEY, LIBERAL ADVANCES made on WOOL or other STATION PRODUCE for aale-orBhipment. - M 0 It T AND CO., Woolbrokors, Stock nad Station Agents. STRUCK O I L ! W H E R B ? "W ee ~x\ AT SEYMOUR & OO.'S H;o "W" ? BY SELLING THEIR MEN'S & BOYS' CLOTHING CHEAPER Than any house in the town COME AND SEE FOE YOURSELF. NOTE THE ADDRESS: SEYMOUU & CO. MASONIG HOUSE. ON SALE JgY THE UNDERSIGNED EX VICTORIA Bolts and Nuts, all sizes t Hook and Eye Hinges ' Engi neers Tlammers Farriers' do JRivetting do > 1 ' Claw do i Spalling do Masons' do Napping do Galvanised Wire, clothes lines Mattlieson's Augurs, £ to § Mattheson's Bits, J inch Navvy Shovels Tar Buckets Sharp's Axes Brick Trowels, 13 inch Wire Nails...

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

MARA VILLA COCOA. — Taylor Bi!0TJUKRs(the largest Manufacturers of Cocoa ■in Europe), having tlio cxclnsivo supply of this unrivalled Cocoa, invite comparison with any other Cocoa for Purity—fiiio Aroina—■ Sanative, Nutritivo and Sustaining Power— Easiness of Digestion and especially, high delicious ilavour. One trial will establish it as a favourite beverage for breakfast!, lun cheon, and a soothing refreshment aftet a late evening. N.B.—Caution—_'«Maraviu,a" is a registered Trado Mai> _ MA:RAVILLA'0ocoA.-T1>0 Globo says, I ayloh "juoTitKus1 Maravilla Cocoa lias achieved thorough success, and super sedes ever^ 0tj10r Cocoa in the markiet. En tire st» 4v\\)iUty, a delicate aroma, and a varo J.OI\centratiou of tho purest elements of nutri tion, distinguish the Maravilla Cocoa above all others. For Invalids and Dyspep tics, wc coukl not recommend a more "agree able or valuable beverage. For further favourable opinions vide Standard, Morning Post, British Medical Journal, &am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 September 1875

MARAVILI.A. COCOA. Taylor, BnoTiiBtts(tho largest Manufacturers of Cocoa in Europe), having the exclusive supply, of this unrivalled Cocoa, invite comparison with' any other Cocoa for Purity—fine Aroma— Sauativc, Nutritive and Sustaining Power— Easiness of Digestion——and especially, high delicious flavour. One trial will establish it as a favourite beverage for breakfast, lun cheon, and a soothing refreshment after a late evening. N.Ti.—Caution—"Maravilla'1 is a registered Trade Mark. MARAVILLA COCOA.—The Globe says, '$ Taylor Bkotjiurs' Maravilla Cocoa has achieved a thorough success, and super sedes every other Cocoa in the market. En tire solubility, a delicate aroma, and a rare concentration of the purest elements of nutri tion, distinguish the Maravilla Cocoa above all others. For Invalids and Dyspep tics, wc could not recommend a moro agree*' able or valuable beverage. For further favourable opinions vide Standard, Morning •Post, British Medical Journal, &c. ^ HOMEOPAT...

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EXTRAORDINARY DISCOVERY OF A NEW FORCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 September 1875

EXTRAORDINARY DISCOVERY OF A NEW FORCE. ; An English journal exclaims — i" Amid nil the varied topics—political, \imperial, social, and general—wliich ifilled our columns on Tuesday morning last, it is possible that by, farHbe i most (important, in ultimate consequences, jwas oushrined in the report of tbo pro ceedings of the Royal Society at .its' Weekly meeting. That report was ^rief, but described a scientific demon stration that may yet turn out > to 'be one of the most wonderful and far reaching by whioli human knowledge has been enriched. THe'experibent klist on the occasion in question was Mr. William Crooko, F.R.S., to whose genius and subtle sfeill in questioning Nature wo already owe the discovery of the metal thulliurs, along with a: complete establishment of its atonic weight, For some timo paBt this ac complished physicist has been investi.. gating tho action of light and boat upon bodios suspended in a vacuum ; and bo far buck as August, 1878, lie pommunicated some ...

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THE REWARD OF THE RIGHTEOUS. (The Stockwhip). [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 September 1875

1'he ebwaed, of; t:h,b,; righteous;' ; ' .! (The StocbuiliipJ..,. ;v>, A little while ago we heard a patriot give as the reason for 'his' support of the present 'ffiLfniatry,-tl'atflie 'could get more out of Mr. Robertson than,, he could get out of Mr. Parkes j'ahd wo once heard a quondam admirer of the' late Prinier indignantly declare.ctbat :ho was so damnably pure as a^Miuis ter that ho always forgot to reward his; friends.; t (Oue of the most darnag-; iing charges against the late Govern ment was that they had a wilful way of insisting upon fitoosB in their 'ap pointments to public offices, and were guilty of a cowardly unwillingness to tuake^appoihtmonts at all which wore, not necessary. Mr. Robertson is' too. much a man of the world to fall into' this horrible mistake of his predecos-i sors. Ho may condesceud, ;to; copy, 'thoir policy, so far as it suits liim, iu^ dealing with paltry political 'questions,* but he is too astute a> statesman to, follow them iu their pruder...

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THE SPECIAL DANGERS OF HIGH COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENTS. (London, Economist.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 September 1875

THE SPECIAL, . DANGERS, OF.1 HIGH COMMERCIAL' DEVELOP-1'j MENTSiv/:v 1 (Lomlon,Economifit. )tL>.t ■ At a time when we are all somewhat disposed to blaruo ioummorcinl men for what wo call their speculative indiscre tions, people are too apt to'forget how much excuse there is in the high de velopment which modern cbmmcrce has assumed, for the sort of restless activity which, whether you blame it or not, is almost certain to result in indiscretions. Political economy has to a certain extent misled literary men —and, therefore,., popular opinion,, which of course takes its tono very much from what the newspapers say— as to the kind of faculty noeded in commerce. There can bo no question that that kind of :faculty-rrwe speak of course of that engaged in tho higher departments of productive and dis tributive industry—is of', a: very 'rare and'a very remarkable, though also, of courso, of a very narrow kind, and that literary men who are always repeating the old formula of. economical s...

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MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. (WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 September 1875

MELBOURNE "WOOL MARKET. (Wednesday, Sbptemukh 8.) '..-.Messrs. J. H.Clougii and Co. report:— Wool,—The now;e)ip is arriving only very slowly lis yet, ami the season will not open out so early as was previously expected, Rheariiig operations and the transit of the wool from the stations having been consider ably interfered with hy the inclement weather*' We may, however, now look for ward to considerable arrivals during the next few weeks. There is in the meantime very little doing here. We have sold the usual odd parcels coming to hand weekly at full current rates. Sheepskins.—We have had a very largo supply for ward at our sales which have been well attended throughout the week, and we have cleared out at satis factory prices, viz., for butchers' green Bkius, 4s to 8s; dry skins, 3$ to 7s ; and station skins, . in bales, 5d to 8d per, lb. Hides.—We havo no alteration to note in the market. Wo have had an average sup* ply forward, which we have cleared, off at the following rates:—F...

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A GRASSHOPPER E[?]TERMINATOR. (The South Australian Register.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 September 1875

A' GRASSHOPPER EX.TERMI:'' I ; NATOR. ; '"Ifyi'ije 0ouffl'2iut>;aUah Itegkier.) i The increase of grasshoppers1 of late ybiirs; in" 'douatries whore formerly they we're 'comparatively scarco is be coming la very serious, matter for agri culturists. In South Australia they have mOrd than onco nssucnedtlio pro. portions' of a plague, and thero is the uneasy consciousness (hut any season thoy may appear in even larger num bers' (hah before, and inflict dire disastor upon the colony by eating off the crops and evory green thing. The terrible i destruction thej' have com mitted over soveral States of America this year is a painful romainder of the barm which under favouring circum stances lihoy may do bore, and should suggest Iho desirability of adopting evory possible precaution to keep tho country free lVom such u scourge. Various- methods of waging war against the insect posts have been sug gested, . among which may bo men-, tiotied collecting and destroying tho larvns and young of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 September 1875

Special Advertisements. . wool! wool. Wool. ' GOLDSBROtJGH'S WOOL "WARE HOUSES, MELBOURNE. B.- GOLDSCROUGH AND CO. BttCr to announce to tlic Wool Growers and Merchants of the Australian Colonics, Tasmania, and New Zealand, that their Warehouses arc now ready for the llcccptiou aud Sale of Wool during"the Season, and that they are prepared to make LU315UAL CASH ADVANCES, ON PAVOUIiAM.rc TKU.MS, On the ensiling Clip of Wool, either for sale in tins market, or shipment to Iiondon. Sales by Public Auction will be held on each Monday and -Wjsdnksday during the Season, and proceeds will be paid on the Tubhday 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 Disj>Iay of Wool to the best advantage, thft Sample liooms being lighted on an improved principle.-, The various Koom...

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THE PREACHER OF THE PERIOD. The World.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 September 1875

THE, PREACHER OF THE PERIOD.; The World.!) 2*0w, Brit ishcrs of nuditlo elnss, weVe: come: j to save you nil j; ' ' 1 " | Wo'ro;from< the wooden nutgmcg State and i / : lately had n enll j " • •' .• .< i You>may Jlalk • about sensation; .but "we've i w struck' a*patont |ilnn r ' i Tluil lays out brother Beecher, ayc,or any man. r ' I . : , • 1 Chorus— • i ■ Stand: aside, bold Bewligo j Dick i "Weaver; hide your;head :;! ■- i j i i Brother Spurgeon, lake a rest -along with Brother Ned.;^ . . -... j -i i ■)'You 'ciin 'beli your^ bottom dollar wo i will make them groan and cry,■; i lfor everything is lovely, and tho goose i •••"/ ; ivis hanging high.: j,i >:•..«m->■ . i I'll spm.thcm yarns of,honest Abo and pious '"O^toi-oohs," "*■ . r i flhc -dreadful fate of nigger Sam, who-ske- i dadled with, the spoous j r. i And Sankev,.with Ins instrument,what .two i ..can take us down {»••...:•• -.p; • / i At converting .well-dressed, sinners. in , tins | ' • tnrna...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 September 1875

WEEKLY CALENDAR. • Days of Whisk/ 'Su.v. ' WSCS Sct8. Moon; " Uiscs' Seta. Wednesday.." '.V1 .. li M ir »t ,, M s <; ji r» 4 -i of>f r» 41 Thuradtfy ! 0.' 1 & 46 7;« (1 '10 10 Friday « 0 r> 4r> 8 4 11 Saturday .. ,, r. mi f) 4(; n 1:1 Smidny .. .. r. r.7 ;> 47 io ♦>:» i;t Monday ■R «i r» 47 ii u l'ucsday .. ., f» Mi r» 48 — 0 4 Moon's Pimskh.—SnPTKMiinit. First Quarter- "Wednesday, Stli, 7.43 a. in. • Full Moou—Wednesday, 15tlv 10.47 p.m. TiBst Quarter—Wednesday,: 22nd, 6.5 p.m. :Nu\v Moou—"WcilncHduy, 20tb, 11.0 ji.uj.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 September 1875

BKl'iiUNoru.—On the 20th day of August, 1875, from ttucloBcd land, by Mr. C, Smith: amn due at date 6!-aoliCQ gctnttcr o«cJ» animallied and white steer, fi or S off rump, IC off thingh ; J)s ; strawberry cow, fmt near rump, At near thigh, like. J near ribs, near Earmarked, Ps l)d : strawberry calf, uubranded, To be sold September 10. Tr^-mii.K 'Giu:kk.—On l»th August, 1S75, from Oarryowch, by Mr. Lawerence Garry, sum due at date of notice, 10s Id Dark bay mare, star, like 2 over JJJ over C or GH near shoulder, like C or UIC ofr shoulder, broken-ln, long pulled tall, aged, 1G3 hands. To be.sold September 10. Adklonu.—On 2<ith August, 1875. from Rillapr.lah, by Mr. lUehardson ; sum due at date of noticc set after icach animalRlack horse, 1*18 off shoulder, white .streak In face, near hind foot white, pulled tail, 14s ; brown horse, WJ near shoulder, W <* off shoul der, hind feet white, blaze, pulled tail: 13s. On the sanio ([lay, from Cowdenhlonga. by Mr. ScottBr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 September 1875

4/^m, V Wool. HASTINGS CUNINGHAM AND CO., WOOXi-1^J 3. OIC13KS, 3T0CK AND STATION AGENT?, AUSTRALASIAN WOOL STORES, Collins-street "West, MELUOURNK. WE bog to notify the Woolgrowers of the Muvrumbidgce, Lnchlan, and Darling districts that we arc prepared to make liberal advances on the most favourable terms upon the Ensuing Clip of Wool, and also upon approved station secnritics. Having made extensive additions to our already commodious warehouses, by which their storage capacity has been doubled, we are enabled to offer facilities for conducting tho trade unsurpassed by any iirm in the colonics; and as we strictly confine our business to that of SELLING BROKERS ONLY ON COMMISSION, we have no interest, cither directly or indirectly, in the purchase of any produce, thereby affording to our constituents the surest guarantee that the extreme market value will at all times be secured for their consignments. Our Sales, during tho ensuing Wool Season, will be regulated according to the to...

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POST-OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 September 1875

» ,j?ost,. office, wag ga wag ga. ■.**, -J;: a a /.ABRXVAL«. AND"; DESPATCH f OP iiMAIfS. -I-'ji'it'-'ivri; •:!■'.< hi -.v -"AnnivxT^.'f -i x' l^rom Sydney.. TarciitUi : . .wTutiee .'..v, YrssI ,.v ,. Denii/fjttin . Urania ... . ^NArondcra Albufyv. .... Cookamllnn.' • ^'^rcll^on •' Sun. Mod. Thc. WcdlThu. Fri. Sal. 8 aoj p.m. 7 o| 7 ? 0 7 0 7'-n a 30 r;DBrAHTOIllW rfytlnoy.. Tarcntta 1 ; June# , Yftja,!-.. DoniHqiiin i,, Uratm .. Itny 1 .. NaranUer^,, Albmy.. .. ; Cookn.ndftm. Clarcutloh Sun. Mon. Tue. Wed Tim. Fri. Sat.

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WAGGA WAGGA HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 September 1875

•WAGGA WAGGA HOSPITAL. 1 Vmlhirj Committee, for the month:— Messrs. Hodsou and Macldnnon. -.Sub'Com mittec— Messrs. Nixon, Love, and Scriycn.

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