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THE FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 4 November 1868

THE FUTURE. THE next two months will witness a vigorous agitation. Already each party begins to reckon its possible gains or losses. Through out the country canvassers are busy. San- guine spirits at the clubs estimate the Li- beral majority at more than a hundred ; but the Tories have a good cry, of the fine old English Tadpole and Taper sort, and will bring their whole strength into the field. The ballot has a conspicuous place in election addresses, though many thoughtful Liberals are opposed to it. Mr. Bright, in his brief appeal to the electors of Birmingham, regards the ballot as of the first importance, as diminishing expense, intimidation and tumult. He advocates also a further redistribution of seats, in order to secure to the large popu- lations their share of power, and would restore compounding ; he affirms that minority voting was " intended " to deprive the great cities of their proper weight in the consti- tutional scale ; and declares that in disestab- lishing the Ir...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SKETCHES IN PARLIAMENT. BY OLD CHUM. Sydney, 25th October. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 4 November 1868

SKETCHES IN PARLIAMENT. BY OLD CHUM.   A Sydney, 25th October. WHEN the House met 0n Thursday last to hear from the lips of Mr. Robertson the names of the new Ministry, there was a fair sprink- ling of members present. The unwashed too, who are particularly inquisitive about ministerial changes, for they never know what will turn up, filled the members' gallery to suffocation, but the benches in the Speaker's gallery were comparatively bare. This arises, I believe, from the circumstance that the hon, gentleman who fills the chair is somewhat chary in dispensing his favours, and instead of a messenger, as formerly, carrying in the name of any one who chose to spend an hour or two in looking at or listening to Legislative Wisdom, he now insists upon members bringing him a verit- able pasteboard before he will grant the privilege of entrè. Both members and visitors were disap- pointed, A new Government had not been formed. Mr. Martin read a short note from his Excellency t...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 4 November 1868

GENERAL NEWS.       A BUSHRANGER IN OUR DISTRICT.—The Akbury Banner says :-" We hear that a per- son named Thomas Wenfield was stuck up near Urana some day last week by an armed man, whoso name or soubriquet has not yet transpired, and robbed of two cheques ; one for £6 12s 6d and the other for £1 12s 3d. We have no further particulars of this affair,   but reports that have come in from Piney Range state that the bushranger, whoever he may be, visited that township last Saturday night and cashed one of the cheques at Mr. M'Lennan's store, and galloped oft with his booty. Two boundary-riders who happened to be riding past pursued the man for some distance and came up with him ; he then turned round in his saddle and threatened them with a revolver, when the men, being unarmed, gave up the pursuit. The bush- ranger next turned up on Thursday last on the Corowa road, about eight miles from the township, and stopped a Melbourne commer...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 4 November 1868

ADVERTISMENTS.     Wanted, A RESPECTABLE Female SERVANT. Apply to Mrs. THOMAS DARLOW,   Newtown.   TO BRICKLAYERS. WANTED TWO GOOD HANDS. Highest Wages given, J. MARKEY. WANTED.—A GIRL to attend to Chil- dren and do Needlework. Apply to MRS. A. G. JONES,   Wagga Wagga.   Eggs. Eggs. Eggs. WANTED to purchase EGGS in any quantity, if fresh. Highest Price given. H. JOHNSTONE,   Confectioner. Wagga Wagga Pigeon Club. WANTED PIGEONS, in any quantity— 2s. 6d. per pair will be given. For information, apply to A. ARMSTRONG, Hon. Sec. Wanted to Purchase. A WELL-GRASSED PADDOCK, con- taining from 50 to 100 acres, Must be securely fenced, and within an easy distance from town. A. G. JONES. A For Sale, AS SUMMER COUNTRY for SHEEP, the Run " Tantangara."   It commences about a mile from " Old Frank's," and extending on the left towards Kiandra, joins the Long Plain Run. It con- tains 63 Square...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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SELECT POETRY. THK LOVER'S WELCOME. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 4 November 1868

SELECT POETRY.   THE LOVER'S WELCOME. Come in the evening, or come in the morning— Come when you're look'd for, or come without warn- ing ; Kisses and welcome you'll find here before you, And the oftener you come here the more I'll adore you ! Light is my heart since the day we were plighted ; Red is my check that they told me was blighted ; The green of the trees looks far greener than ever, And the linnets are singing, " True lovers don't sever !" I'll pull you sweet flowers, to wear if you choose them ! Or, after you've kiss'd them, they'll lie on my bosom ; I'll fetch from the mountain its breeze to inspire you ;   I'll fetch from my fancy a tale that won't tire you, O! your step's like the rain to the summer-vex'd farmer. Or sabre and shield to a knight without armour ; I'll sing you sweet songs till the stars rise above me, Then, wandering, I'll wish you, in silence, to love me. So come in the evening, or come in the morning, Come when you're look'd f...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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BAR BABIES! ..... wears upon Ma baby brow the round And top of sovereignty. —Macbeth. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 4 November 1868

BAR BABIES !   . . . . . wears upon his baby brow the round And top of sovereignty. —Macbeth, MR. Robertson's travels in search of an Attorney-General are full of interesting matter. It is fortunate perhaps for us that the object of the perilous enter- prise was not attained. It would have been a serious thing in all probability for some of us if more than one of the gentlemen whose names were men- tioned had undertaken the office. Think of it in time. A youngster barristerially unweaned—a suckling of the tribunals—a legally six months old child might be cradled in the first of the Crown Law offices, and toddle out of his nursery into the Chief Justiceship ! There is a prospect of infancy for you. Talk of princes born in the purple— what are their chances to those of the infants of the bar ? Your Royal child is made a Field Marshal or an Admiral, but he leads no armies to ruin, and wrecks no fleets ; whereas your child Attorney-General can file a criminal information, o...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 4 November 1868

AD VER TISEMENTS. THE FOLLOWING- BOOKS Are now on Sale AT W. C. HUNTER'S,     Wagga Wagga :-     SWEDENBORG'S Life and Writings, by White, 2 large 8vo vols, 17s 6d, by post, 20s 6d.       Agassiz's Brazil, 29s, by post, 31s Tyndal on Sound, 13s 6d, by post, 14s 4d Abyssinia and its People, or, Life in the Land of Prester John, 9s, by post, 9s 10d.   Men of the Time, 15s 6d, by post, 16s 4d Adam Smith's Wealth of Nations, 6s, by post, 7s Carlyle's Sartor Resartus, and Lectures on Heroes, 8s 6d, by post, 9s 4d Elliott's Carolina Sports, by Land and   Water, 8s 6d, by post, 9s 4d   Yankee Drolleries, containing Artemus Ward, His Book, Major Jack Downing, The Nasby Papers, Orpheus C. Kerr Palmers, The Bigelow Papers, 5s 6d, by post, 6s 6d The Horse-Trainer's Guide, by Collins, 9s 6d, by post, 10s 2d Hints on Shooting and Fishing, by C. Vale, 5s, by post, 5s 8...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 7 November 1868

[PROSPECTUS.] TO-DAY is published the first number of a new local journal.     This Journal will be published bi-weekly, and the reasons which appear to the proprietors to justify, if not to demand, such an experiment on their part, may be thus briefly Stated :- _ 1. The rapidly increasing prosperity and importance of the district, require, adequate representation by means of the Press. 2. The special interests, pastoral, agricul- tural, and otherwise, of the district, require the special advocacy of an independent organ, commanding the confidence and identified with the fortunes of the interests in question. 3. Neither of the above requisites can be said to be possessed by the district at present. Induced by these considerations, and firmly believing in the old truth that " the gods help those who help themselves," the pro- prietors offer to the people of the Murrum- bidgee district a journal devoted to their ser- vice. Remote as we are from the centre of ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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SELECT POETRY. THE SMOKER. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 7 November 1868

SELECT POETRY. THE SMOKER. Sometimes the big world vexes mo, Sometimes dull care perplexes me ; Sometimes on the son of life   Such storms around me cluster, And roar and rave and bluster, I seem to sink in the strife. No matter ! There's always truce In the heat of the wildest war ; At least I dream or think so, As I smoke my first cigar. Sometimes, when nothing ails me, Except that the money fails me, I envy the rich in their pride ; Though their only obvious merit Is the gold that they inherit And couldn't earn if they tried ; But quietly after dinner I banish such thoughts afar ; What do I care for Fortune As I smoke my second cigar ? Sometimes, in the heartless city, I think it a shame and pity That cash and virtue are one ; That to swindle for shillings seems awful, While to plunder for millions is lawful, If only successfully done. But why should I mend its morals, Or call the world to my bar ? I've dined, and I wish to be quiet— I'll smoke my third cigar !

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THE NON-SMOKER. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 7 November 1868

THE NON-SMOKER. Upon his month, may curses fall, May it be dead to savour, May all his fruits turn cinders dry, And all his wines lose flavour ; May bread be sawdust in his jaws, His teeth grow loose and black O ! And all his sweets turn bitter sour— The wretch who chews tobacco ! Upon his nose may curses light, May odours never charm it ; May garden flowers and woods and bowers Yield noxious scents to harm it ; May all Arabia's spice exhale Foul gas to make him suffer, Who makes a dusthole of his nose— The vile tobacco-snuffer. May never lady press his lips His proffered love returning, Who makes a furnace of his mouth, And keeps its chimney burning ! May each true woman shun his sight, For fear his fumes might choke her, And none hut hags, who smoke themselves, Have kisses for a smoker ! —All the Year Round. A MAN can hardly be at harmony with himself if he is in face a dog, and in soul a cat. IF the ant gives an example of in- dustry, it is much more than a good many uncles do. T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 7 November 1868

ADVERTISEMENTS.     TARCUTTA INN, LOWER TARCUTTA. PETER JOHN HARTNETT BEGS to inform his Friends and the Public that he has become Proprietor of the above Hotel (formerly occupied by Bannan- tyne) and wishes to inform all Customers and Travellers who have previously stopped at the above Inn that things are not now as   they used to be ; every department has under- gone a thorough fitting, fixing, and cleaning, and the good things to be had now at the I Tarcutta Inn are not to be surpassed in any road side house between Sydney and Mel- bourne. P. J. H. has also completed a splendid well of water for the accommoda- tion of his guests. Gentlemen now calling can have the pleasure of seeing plenty of forage for their steeds of the choicest kind to be had in the district dealt out by a steady and ex- perienced groom, who is always kept on the premises. The Spirits, Ale, and Porter are of the best brands. All Drinks at the Bar and in the Tap- room, 6d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 11 November 1868

[PROSPECTUS.] THE TO-DAY is published the first number of a new local journal. This Journal will be published bi-weekly, and the reasons which appear to the proprietors to justify, if not to demand, such an experiment on their part, may be thus briefly stated :- 1. The rapidly increasing prosperity and importance of the district, require adequate representation by means of the Press. 2. The special interests, pastoral, agricul-     tural, and otherwise, of the district, require the special advocacy of an independent organ, commanding the confidence and identified with the fortunes of the interests in question. 3. Neither of the above requisites can be said to be possessed by the district at present.     Induced by these considerations, and firmly believing in the old truth that " the gods help those who help themselves," the pro- prietors offer to the people of the Murrum- bidgee district a journal devoted to their ser- vice. Remot...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WOOL, STOCK, AND STATION REPORTS. SYDNEY. MESSRS. RICHARDSON AND WRENCH'S REPORT:— [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 11 November 1868

WOOL, STOCK, AND STATION REPORTS.   SYDNEY. MESSRS. RICHARDSON AND WRENCH'S REPORT :- WOOL : For very many years past this market has not opened for the said of the new clip under such unfavourable circum- stances for the producer as mark the pre- sant season. Until the arrival of the letters per last mail, the uncertainty of the course of the London market, which could only be imperfectly considered from the scanty tele- graphic news to hand, induced a hope that as the sales progressed a rally might take place in prices ; but the arrival of the letters has entirely dispelled any encouragement, and left speculators and growers to meet their disappointment and losses as best they can. Telegraphic news may exagge- rate, a misprint in the catalogues may de ceive, but the actual result as shown by account sales is of too convincing a character to be gainsaid. There is now no denying the fact, that whilst trade languishes in Eng- land, the imports of wool are over loading th...

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MELBOURNE. MESSRS DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND Co.'S REPORT:— NOVEMBER 4, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 11 November 1868

MELBOURNE., MESSRS. DALMAHOY CAMPBELL, AND Co.'s REPORT :- NOVEMBER 4, 1868. FAT CATTLE.—The supply for the week was the smallest number entered for the past twelve months, viz., 634 head, all of which have passed into the hands of the trade, this day, at an advance of from 15s. to 20s. per head on last week's rates. The des- cription of the lots offered was goodquality, but nothing prime, and as there was a large attendance of the butchers, with only one day's sale for the week, the biddings were most spirited throughout. We quote best Bullocks from 8/ 10s. to 9/ 7s. 6d. ; second,   6/ 10s. to 7/ 10s. ; inferior, 4/ to 5/ ; best cows, from 6/ to 7/ ; second, 4/ 10s. to 5/ 10s. : inferior, 3/ to 4/. We have sold 223 for Messrs. Massie, Darley, and Greene, from Meringle Station, the bullocks at from 7/ 2s. 6d. to 8/ 12s. 6d, averaging 7/ 15s. 1d. ; the cows from 6/ 7s. 6d. to 7/ 2s 6d., ave- raging 6/ 12s. 1d. ; and 154 head for Messrs. G. A. and P. Mein, from Lewah Stat...

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. Wednesday, 4th November. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 11 November 1868

BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. Wednesday, 4th November. MESSRS NORMAN R. MACLEOD AND CO., REPORT :- FAT CATTLE.—Only 313 head came to hand this week, mostly of fair useful quality, without anything very prime. We have seldom seen so few buyers present, the supply was consequently proportionate to the demand. Prices were about the same as last week, if anything a shade easier towards the close of the market. Quota- tions—Best pens, bullocks 7/ to 9/ ; second, 5/10s to 6/ 10s ; inferior, 4/ to 5/. Aver ages—Allan's, bullocks 7/, cows 4/ 17s ; M'Kinuon's, bullocks 6/ 18s, cows 5/ 3s 6d ; Murray's, bullocks 6/ 6s 4d, cows 5/ 6s 8d ; Learmonth's (Groongel), 6/ 8s 2d, cows 5/ 6s 9d. FAT SHEEP.—The supply was unusually small, only 3292 having been yarded More than two-thirds shorn, and the balance, in the wool, consisted chiefly of small lots of ewes. The attendance was about an average one, and the sales opened dull, an advance of say 9d a head on last week's rates was established, and after...

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RIVER GAUGE, [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 11 November 1868

RIVER GAUGE, Shewing the height of water above the sum- mer level at Wagga Wagga, daily (morning and evening) during the present month. MORNING EVENING. Ft In. Ft. In. Oct. 31 .. 3 3 .. .. .. 3 3 Nov. 1 .. 3 2 .. .. .. 3 2 " 2 .. 3 2 .. .. .. 3 2 " 3 .. 3 1 .. .. .. 3 1 " 4 .. 3 4 .. .. .. 3 4 " 5 .. 3 6 .. .. .. 3 6 " 6 .. 3 6 .. .. .. .. 3 6 " 7 .. 3 5 .. .. .. .. 3 5 " 8 .. 3 1 .. .. .. .. 3 0 " 9 .. 3 0 .. .. .. .. 3 0 " 10 .. 2 11 .. .. .. .. 2 11         .. 3 2 . .. 8 1. .. 8 4. ..36. ..30. ..3 6 '. ..31. ..,3 0 . .. 2 11 . EVENING. Ft. In. I.. 3 8 5 8 0 3 0  

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Magga Magga Advertiser. "This is true liberty, when freeborn men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." MILTON. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1868. FINANCIAL PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 11 November 1868

" This is true liberty, when freeborn men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." MILTON. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1868. FINANCIAL PROSPECTS. IT seems more than probable that the next Session will see some addition made to the taxation of the country, already, it must be admitted, sufficiently burdensome. The last speech of the late PREMIER was a melancholy confession of impecuniosity, He admitted that the Government, although professedly an economical Government and boasting as Treasurer the Colonial GLADSTONE, had never theless managed to outrun the con- stable — that notwithstanding they were the immediate heirs to a handsome amount of additional revenue, be- queathed to them by their predecessors, they had yet contrived to run through that, and a good deal more besides. They entered office with the solemn assurance that under their superior management, the revenue should exceed the expenditure—that not only should there be no new debts contracted, but that a determined eff...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Herald Office, November 10th, 8.30 p.m. HOMEBUSH RACES. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 11 November 1868

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Herald Office, November 10th, 8.30 p.m. HOMBUSH RACES.   SATURDAY. THE HOMBBUSH DERBY : The Earl. THE SPRING CUP : Silvertail.     STEEPLE CHASE : Comet. MONDAY.     CORINTHIAN CUP : Flirt. MAIDEN PLATE : Kaizer, 1 ; The Earl, 2. FREE HANDICAP : Young Mormon. BIRTHDAY STAKES : Sailor Boy.   Mr. Sullivan, Minister for Works, was returned for Paddington without opposition.     At Wellington, Mr. Samuel had the   show of hands. Mr. Holdsworth, boat-   builder and protectionist of Sydney, demanded a poll.     Constable M'Gabe, who was so se- verely wounded in a contest with the bushranger Thunderbolt and Rather- ford, has died of his wounds. The Bathurst Agricultural Show was a grand success.

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 11 November 1868

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. FATAL ACCIDENT.—A gentleman who has just come in from the back country between the Murrumbidgee and the Lachlan, reports a terrible accident on Mr. R. H. Clarence's run, by which one man lost his life and another was dangerously injured. Three men were employed by Mr. Clarence to open a spring about fifteen miles from the head station, for which purpose it was necessary to blast a rock. A charge had been put in but had missed fire, and the men were in the act of drawing it when an explosion took place. The unfortunate man who is since dead, was sitting on the rock at the time and was torn almost into pieces. One leg and arm were blown off and his entrails were blown out, but strange to say. he lived for some hours, perfectly sensible to the last. The second man was also much shattered, but is expected to recover. The third man who was comparatively uninjured, started off immediately to the head station, a dis- tance of fifteen miles, and reported the acci- dent. ...

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KYAMBA CREEK ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 11 November 1868

KYAMBA CREEK ANNUAL RACES.   THESE races came off on Monday, the Prince of Wales's Birthday, at Alfred Town. The   day being a general holiday, several of out cits found their way out to the Creek, on horses or in buggies, and for some time the road presented an almost Randwick-like   appearance. The weather was of the hottest, and the dust of the thickest and a ride 0r drive of nine miles under such conditions is dry work, to say the least of it. However,       good horses and a good road soon disposed of that difficulty, and on arriving at Alfred   Town any little unpleasantness in the shape of parched lips, throats, etc., was soon washed down in a draught of host Rogers s particular. We found some two hundred people on the ground, and a variety of nags of every con- ceivable form, condition, and equipment,   billetted round the fences. Two fair Germans   with a mal...

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